Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 13, 2011

Dataran Tahrir Hari Ini…

Opposition supporters carry a soldier at the frontline near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptian protesters turned from toppling a president to rebuilding a country they feel is once again theirs and cleaning up Tahrir Square where many vowed they would stay to hold their new army rulers to account.

Opposition supporters carry a soldier at the frontline near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptian protesters turned from toppling a president to rebuilding a country they feel is once again theirs and cleaning up Tahrir Square where many vowed they would stay to hold their new army rulers to account.

Egyptian soldiers share a light moment with a young anti-government protester as they sit on top of their tank at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptians woke to a new dawn on Saturday after 30 years of autocratic rule under Hosni Mubarak, full of hope after achieving almost unthinkable change, with the army in charge and an uncertain future ahead.

Egyptian soldiers share a light moment with a young anti-government protester as they sit on top of their tank at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptians woke to a new dawn on Saturday after 30 years of autocratic rule under Hosni Mubarak, full of hope after achieving almost unthinkable change, with the army in charge and an uncertain future ahead.

Opposition supporters carry a soldier at the frontline near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Pro-democracy activists in Cairo's Tahrir Square vowed on Saturday to stay there until the Higher Military Council now running Egypt after the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak accepts their agenda for democratic reform.

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Opposition supporters carry a soldier at the frontline near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Pro-democracy activists in Cairo’s Tahrir Square vowed on Saturday to stay there until the Higher Military Council now running Egypt after the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak accepts their agenda for democratic reform.

A woman in a wheelchair paints the ground at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptians woke to a new era on Saturday after Hosni Mubarak's 30 years in power came to an end, determined to ensure the army delivers civilian rule and prepared to use people power again if necessary.

Reuters Pictures 1 hour ago

A woman in a wheelchair paints the ground at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptians woke to a new era on Saturday after Hosni Mubarak’s 30 years in power came to an end, determined to ensure the army delivers civilian rule and prepared to use people power again if necessary.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 12:  Egyptians sweep up in front of the Egyptian museum in Tahrir Square Feburary 12, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Crowds continued to pack Tahrir Square, the epicenter of an eighteen-day protest that climaxed with the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and implementation of military rule over the country.

CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 12: Egyptians sweep up in front of the Egyptian museum in Tahrir Square Feburary 12, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Crowds continued to pack Tahrir Square, the epicenter of an eighteen-day protest that climaxed with the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and implementation of military rule over the country.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 12:  Egyptian volunteers scrub paint and graffiti off of a wall in Tahrir Square Feburary 12, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Crowds continued to pack Tahrir Square, the epicenter of an eighteen-day protest that climaxed with the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, while cleaning crews, both paid and unpaid, made quick work of cleanup where thousands of protesters lived and fought for over two weeks.

CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 12: Egyptian volunteers scrub paint and graffiti off of a wall in Tahrir Square Feburary 12, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Crowds continued to pack Tahrir Square, the epicenter of an eighteen-day protest that climaxed with the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, while cleaning crews, both paid and unpaid, made quick work of cleanup where thousands of protesters lived and fought for over two weeks.

Celebratory fireworks explode above crowds next to the Egyptian Museum near Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo, Egypt Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011, a day after President Hosni Mubarak was forced to resign.

Celebratory fireworks explode above crowds next to the Egyptian Museum near Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo, Egypt Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011, a day after President Hosni Mubarak was forced to resign.

An anti-government protester carries a soldier at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptian protesters turned from toppling a president to rebuilding a country they feel is once again theirs and cleaning up Tahrir Square where many vowed they would stay to hold their new army rulers to account.

An anti-government protester carries a soldier at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptian protesters turned from toppling a president to rebuilding a country they feel is once again theirs and cleaning up Tahrir Square where many vowed they would stay to hold their new army rulers to account.

Opposition supporters carry an Egyptian soldier at the frontline near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Pro-democracy activists in Cairo's Tahrir Square vowed on Saturday to stay there until the Higher Military Council now running Egypt after the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak accepts their agenda for democratic reform.

An Egyptian man hugs an army commander at Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power, on February 12, 2011. Thousands of Egyptians were still singing and waving flags as dawn broke over a nation reborn, after a popular uprising toppled Mubarak.

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An Egyptian man hugs an army commander at Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power, on February 12, 2011. Thousands of Egyptians were still singing and waving flags as dawn broke over a nation reborn, after a popular uprising toppled Mubarak.

Opposition supporters and Egyptian soldiers try to move a burnt-out bus at the frontline near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptians woke to a new dawn on Saturday after 30 years of autocratic rule under Hosni Mubarak, full of hope after achieving almost unthinkable change, with the army in charge and an uncertain future ahead.

Reuters Pictures 37 minutes ago

Opposition supporters and Egyptian soldiers try to move a burnt-out bus at the frontline near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptians woke to a new dawn on Saturday after 30 years of autocratic rule under Hosni Mubarak, full of hope after achieving almost unthinkable change, with the army in charge and an uncertain future ahead.

Women clear the ground at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptians woke to a new era on Saturday after Hosni Mubarak's 30 years in power came to an end, determined to ensure the army delivers civilian rule and prepared to use people power again if necessary.

Women clear the ground at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. Egyptians woke to a new era on Saturday after Hosni Mubarak’s 30 years in power came to an end, determined to ensure the army delivers civilian rule and prepared to use people power again if necessary.

A protestor makes the 'victory sign' with her hands during a global solidarity demonstration for political change in Egypt in Trafalgar square, London, on February 12, 2011. The event was organised by Amnesty international and the ITUC, Human Rights Watch, the NUS, the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network and the Arab Program for Human Rights Activists. Protestors cheered and celebrated the news of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's resignation after 30 years of power and called for furthert political change in the country.

Egyptians celebrate for the second night in Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power, on February 12, 2011. Thousands of Egyptians were still singing and waving flags as dawn broke over a nation reborn, after a popular uprising toppled Mubarak.

Egyptians celebrate for the second night in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power, on February 12, 2011. Thousands of Egyptians were still singing and waving flags as dawn broke over a nation reborn, after a popular uprising toppled Mubarak.

A girl paints a part of a pavement in Tahrir Square as many Egyptians from all over Cairo participate in cleaning the square, February 12, 2011 .Egyptians woke to a new dawn on Saturday after 30 years of autocratic rule under Hosni Mubarak, full of hope after achieving almost unthinkable change, with the army in charge and an uncertain future ahead.

A girl paints a part of a pavement in Tahrir Square as many Egyptians from all over Cairo participate in cleaning the square, February 12, 2011 .Egyptians woke to a new dawn on Saturday after 30 years of autocratic rule under Hosni Mubarak, full of hope after achieving almost unthinkable change, with the army in charge and an uncertain future ahead.

Egyptians use their mobile phone to record celebrations in Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power, on February 12, 2011. Thousands of Egyptians were still singing and waving flags as dawn broke over a nation reborn, after a popular uprising toppled Mubarak.

Egyptians use their mobile phone to record celebrations in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power, on February 12, 2011. Thousands of Egyptians were still singing and waving flags as dawn broke over a nation reborn, after a popular uprising toppled Mubarak.


Responses

  1. bro n sis………

    bab mesir nie dah kira selesai…….
    tapi semangat mesir nie dok koi melarat merata……
    laa nie dok berjangkit kat algeria ngan yemen pulak dah……
    coba hangpa selak website bawah nie……..

    http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/yemeni-protesters-demand-president-quit/story-e6frfku0-1226005070785
    http://www.npr.org/2011/02/12/133706545/thousands-turn-out-for-anti-govt-protests-in-algeria …………..

    ramai dok senak perut laa nie……..
    ada yg tidoq tak lena……..
    ada yg makan tak kenyang toh…….
    ada yg nak ‘melepas’ tapi tak mau keluaq………
    lepaih nie rega minyak sure naik menyucuk punya…….

    kah kah kah………..

    • salam nasik kandaq.

      kalau ramai dok senak perut.
      seropa sakit poruuut lah.
      nasik hang tak laku.
      hang kandaq bebatu pon.
      tak laku.

      sekadaq hang yang melePAS.

  2. wa intai tengok tok arab lain. melayu lain.
    melayu ni bodo lebih tagha tahu sumbat.

    wa tak pernah tengok DSAI lari.

    dulu melayu asal keluar negara saja dia suka sebut australia, new zealand, paris, london, switzerland, ireland, tidak ketinggalan thailand.

    Yang wa dok nampak ada orang dok siap2 sedia nak lari kalau apa2 hal berlaku. wa tak dak sekolah. pasai tu dulu wa tak kenal abu dhabi. dulu wa tak pernah dengar doha, dulu wa tak pernah dengar orang melayu suka p dubai…tapi sejak kebelakangan ini asyik2 pi dubai doha dan abu dhabi je. belah sana tu sudah jadi kampung tempat depa ka? sejak bila timbul nama dubai, abu dhabi dan doha wa pun tak berapa ingatlah.

    wa dok intai balik pintu sape dulu yang akan lari keluar negara…..ANWAR atau Najib.

  3. Salam,

    Sronok tgk. rakyat dakap askaq.
    Pak doyok payah la nak nampak.
    Depa ghamai menyamaq.
    Payah nak nampak depa hensem
    beruniform kalau huru-hara laghu ni.
    Menyamaq buat menyusah orang ghamai.
    Cekup,balun,tibai,semboq.Tekoh2 sampai
    depa ambik alih jadi Pak Pancut (bomba).
    Laghu dok ada di sinin la.

    Tengok rakyat depa ghamai ganding bahu,
    gotong royong bersihkan kawasan.Tak dak
    kata nak harap upah.

    Kalau pemimpin dok gagau kat dia saja
    Tak di agihkan kerahmatan serta kenikmatan
    dari maha anugerah kpd. rakyat…bersedia la
    menerima padahnya.Kemiskinan hidup menghampiri
    kita ke arah kekufuran.Pemimpin kita jgn. dok buat
    laghu ni.Slogan rakyat di dahulukan,pencapaian di utamakan
    jgn. takat retorik saja.Plan2 adjust bagi org. ghamai
    dapat keselesaan dlm. hidup…bkn. takat dok d ataih
    rheti nak buat harta utk. diri sendiri serta anak beranak saja…

    “””mamu plan2 nak pi ushar nasik kandaq”””
    nasi,teloq rebuih,bendi 2…..cukup lah….

    • salam great chief.

      kitsianglah kat hang.
      kat sini, hang tak merasa lah.
      great macam hang pon.
      depa tak dakap.

      kot suka dakap pon.
      Kucing Kota.
      tu pon, bukang dia dakap hang.
      hang yang dakap dia.

      nasik kandaq lagi lah, sapa nak dakap dia.
      kandaq belemuis , dia pon belemuis.
      dengan daki dalca.

      di sana, depa ganding bahu.
      di sini, hampa tak sebulu.
      ada yang tak gi, tak gi.
      ada yang dok celaRu.

      sekadaq hang tau lah, sapa.


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