Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 13, 2011

Sudah merebak ke Algeria,5 terbunuh 400 cedera,Internet dan Facebook disekat

People hold an Algerian flag as they demonstrate outside the Algerian consulate in Montreal on Saturday, Feb, 12, 2011, calling for president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down. In Algiers, Algeria, thousands defied a government ban on protests and a massive deployment of riot police to rally in the capital, demanding democratic reforms a day after similar protests toppled Egypt's authoritarian leader.

People hold an Algerian flag as they demonstrate outside the Algerian consulate in Montreal on Saturday, Feb, 12, 2011, calling for president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down. In Algiers, Algeria, thousands defied a government ban on protests and a massive deployment of riot police to rally in the capital, demanding democratic reforms a day after similar protests toppled Egypt’s authoritarian leader.

Algerian protesters chant slogans during a demonstration in Algiers, Algeria, Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011. Thousands of people defied a government ban on demonstrations and poured into the Algerian capital for a pro-democracy rally Saturday, a day after weeks of mass protests toppled Egypt's authoritarian leader.

Algerian protesters chant slogans during a demonstration in Algiers, Algeria, Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011. Thousands of people defied a government ban on demonstrations and poured into the Algerian capital for a pro-democracy rally Saturday, a day after weeks of mass protests toppled Egypt’s authoritarian leader.

Algerian policemen try to take away a banner from anti-government protesters during a demonstration in Algiers February 12, 2011. About 50 people shouted anti-government slogans in a square in Algeria's capital on Saturday but were encircled by hundreds of police determined to stamp out any attempt to stage an Egypt-style revolt.

Algerian policemen try to take away a banner from anti-government protesters during a demonstration in Algiers February 12, 2011. About 5000 people shouted anti-government slogans in a square in Algeria’s capital on Saturday but were encircled by hundreds of police determined to stamp out any attempt to stage an Egypt-style revolt.

Algeria mahu suara mereka didengar,Mereka ingin perubahan demokratik

Algeria shuts down internet and Facebook as protest mounts

Internet providers were shut down and Facebook accounts deleted across Algeria on Saturday as thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators were arrested in violent street demonstrations.

Plastic bullets and tear gas were used to try and disperse large crowds in major cities and towns, with 30,000 riot police taking to the streets in Algiers alone.

There were also reports of journalists being targeted by state-sponsored thugs to stop reports of the disturbances being broadcast to the outside world.

But it was the government attack on the internet which was of particular significance to those calling for an end to President Abdelaziz Boutifleka’s repressive regime.

Protesters mobilising through the internet were largely credited with bringing about revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia.

“The government doesn’t want us forming crowds through the internet,” said Rachid Salem, of Co-ordination for Democratic Change in Algeria.

“Security forces are armed to the teeth out on the street, and they’re also doing everything to crush our uprising on the internet. Journalists, and especially those with cameras, are being taken away by the police.” President Hosni Mubarak had tried to shut down internet service providers during 18 days of protest before stepping down as Egyptian leader on Friday.

Mostafa Boshashi, head of the Algerian League for Human Rights, said: “Algerians want their voices to be heard too. They want democratic change.

“At the moment people are being prevented from travelling to demonstrations. The entrances to cities like Algeria have been blocked.”

At least five people were killed in similar protests in Algeria in January, when the Interior Ministry said 1000 people were arrested.

On Saturday at least 500 had been arrested by early evening in Algiers alone, with hundreds more in Annaba, Constantine and Oran taking part in the so-called February 12 Revolution.

“The police station cells are overflowing,” said Sofiane Hamidouche, a demonstrator in Annaba.

“There are running battles taking place all over the city. It’s chaos. As night falls the situation will get worse.”

Algeria has the eighth largest reserves of natural gas in the world, and is also oil-rich, but its youthful population suffers mass unemployment, a chronic lack of housing, and widespread poverty. Political corruption is also endemic.PressTV

Pemberontakan merebak ke Algeria, Sudan, Yemen

ALGIERS 12 Feb. – Pemberontakan di Mesir yang menyaksikan Presiden negara itu, Hosni Mubarak meletak jawatan, kini merebak ke beberapa buah negara Arab yang lain termasuk di Algeria, Sudan dan Yemen.

Kira-kira 20,000 rakyat Algeria berarak di Algiers bagi mendesak kerajaan Algeria digulingkan.

Penunjuk perasaan tersebut merempuh sekatan polis mengakibatkan berlakunya pergelutan.

Di Yemen pula, beribu-ribu penunjuk perasaan yang mendesak kerajaan pimpinan Presiden, Ali Abdallah Saleh dibubarkan bertempur dengan penyokong kerajaan di Sanaa.

Pertempuran dilaporkan berlaku selepas sejumlah lelaki bersenjatakan pisau dan kayu memaksa kira-kira 300 penunjuk perasaan menghentikan demonstrasi menuntut pembubaran kerajaan.

Di Sudan pula, beribu-ribu penduduk berarak ke pejabat badan penyiaran rasmi kerajaan bagi menuntut pembentukan kerajaan baru.

Mereka berarak ke badan penyiaran tersebut selepas ia menyatakan sokongan terhadap kerajaan yang kini dipimpin pihak tentera. – Agensi

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Gambar Kenangan

Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak (R) receives his Algerian counterpart Abdelaziz Bouteflika at el-Etehadya presidency palace in Cairo March 31, 2008.

Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak (R) receives his Algerian counterpart Abdelaziz Bouteflika at el-Etehadya presidency palace in Cairo March 31, 2008.

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika (L) welcomes his Egyptian counterpart Hosni Mubarak (R) upon his arrival in Algiers, 02 April 2006. Mubarak arrived in Algeria for a one-day visit.


Responses

  1. Tunisia – Mesir – Algeria – Sudan – Yaman !

    Kelantan – Sarawak – Johor – Melaka – Pahang – Selangor?…macam ada tanda2 tsunami PRU je.

    wa pati ubi kayu belakang pintu je !

  2. salam 1Malaysia aka
    salam TGNA suka.

    kalau jadi seropa ni.
    kitsiang lah.

    kucing2 kota nanti merayau-rayau.
    nasik pon susah nak dikandaq.
    chief pon susah nak berasa great lagi.

    sekadaq jangan suka2 nanti binasa.

  3. bro n sis……..

    apa punya jakun algeria nie……..
    yg dok pi sekat fb ngan i’tnet tu buat pa??…….

    ropanya fb n i’tnet dah jadi ‘weapon’ baru………
    takut sungguh ‘puak-puak sarkis depa nooo’ tu ngan benda-benda nie…..

    kalu pi pulau kazambooo….ingat!!!……
    “‘”simpan sanjata”‘”

    sarkis algeria..sarkis sudan…sarkis yemen….dah tak senang nak buat pertunjukan lagi…….
    segala rimau…gajah…cipan…ulaq sawa…dok bersiap nak simpan buang….
    hantaq balik masuk ‘zoo’………

    kah kah kah…………

    • salam nasik kandaq.

      tok kita kata lah.
      orang dok kata kat orang.
      kata orang sarkis tu.
      dia sebenaqnya yang sarkis.

      sekadaq hang mr. sarkis koot.
      koot la.

  4. Makin kecut teloq M. Najis & Israel tengok perkembangan kat Asia Barat ni…!!!

    • ya ikutCeramah al bahalul.

      ini saja yang mu tau.
      tulih.

      baguis, baguis.


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