Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 13, 2011

Rakyat kembali semula ke Dataran Tahrir desak tentera tunaikan janji..

Protesters carrying an Egyptian flag demonstrate as cars try to make their way through Tahrir Square, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011. Egypt's military is taking down the makeshift tents of protesters who camped out on Tahrir Square in an effort to allow traffic and normal life to return to central Cairo. There were a few verbal altercations between soldiers and protesters Sunday morning as the tents were removed, but the process was generally peaceful.

Protesters carrying an Egyptian flag demonstrate as cars try to make their way through Tahrir Square, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011. Egypt’s military is taking down the makeshift tents of protesters who camped out on Tahrir Square in an effort to allow traffic and normal life to return to central Cairo. There were a few verbal altercations between soldiers and protesters Sunday morning as the tents were removed, but the process was generally peaceful.

Protesters demonstrate as cars try to make their way through Tahrir Square, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011. Egypt's military is taking down the makeshift tents of protesters who camped out on Tahrir Square in an effort to allow traffic and normal life to return to central Cairo. There were a few verbal altercations between soldiers and protesters Sunday morning as the tents were removed, but the process was generally peaceful.

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Protesters demonstrate as cars try to make their way through Tahrir Square, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011. Egypt’s military is taking down the makeshift tents of protesters who camped out on Tahrir Square in an effort to allow traffic and normal life to return to central Cairo. There were a few verbal altercations between soldiers and protesters Sunday morning as the tents were removed, but the process was generally peaceful.

An Egyptian soldier takes up position outside the Interior Ministry in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 13, 2011. Thousands of protesters streamed back into Cairo's Tahrir Square on Sunday after the army tried to disperse them and gunfire was heard near the Interior Ministry where police were demonstrating over wages.

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An Egyptian soldier takes up position outside the Interior Ministry in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 13, 2011. Thousands of protesters streamed back into Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Sunday after the army tried to disperse them and gunfire was heard near the Interior Ministry where police were demonstrating over wages.

Opposition supporters run towards the Interior Ministry near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 13, 2011. Thousands of protesters streamed back into Cairo's Tahrir Square on Sunday after the army tried to disperse them and gunfire was heard near the Interior Ministry where police were demonstrating over wages.

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Opposition supporters run towards the Interior Ministry near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 13, 2011. Thousands of protesters streamed back into Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Sunday after the army tried to disperse them and gunfire was heard near the Interior Ministry where police were demonstrating over wages.

Protesters demonstrate as traffic returns to Tahrir Square, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011. Egypt's military is taking down the makeshift tents of protesters who camped out on Tahrir Square in an effort to allow traffic and normal life to return to central Cairo. There were a few verbal altercations between soldiers and protesters Sunday morning as the tents were removed, but the process was generally peaceful.

AP Photo 2 hours ago

Protesters demonstrate as traffic returns to Tahrir Square, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011. Egypt’s military is taking down the makeshift tents of protesters who camped out on Tahrir Square in an effort to allow traffic and normal life to return to central Cairo. There were a few verbal altercations between soldiers and protesters Sunday morning as the tents were removed, but the process was generally peaceful.

An Egyptian policeman is carried by opposition supporters in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 13, 2011. Thousands of protesters streamed back into Tahrir Square on Sunday after the army sought to disperse them from the heart of Cairo where they have vowed to stay to hold the army to its promises of reform, witnesses said.

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An Egyptian policeman is carried by opposition supporters in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 13, 2011. Thousands of protesters streamed back into Tahrir Square on Sunday after the army sought to disperse them from the heart of Cairo where they have vowed to stay to hold the army to its promises of reform, witnesses said.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 13:  Egyptian policemen demonstrate for higher salaries in front of the Interior Ministry on February 13, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. The officers also complained that their reputations had been besmirched, as one officer said, 'by a few bad police,' during the uprising.

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CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 13: Egyptian policemen demonstrate for higher salaries in front of the Interior Ministry on February 13, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. The officers also complained that their reputations had been besmirched, as one officer said, ‘by a few bad police,’ during the uprising.

Egyptian police demonstrate outside the Interior Ministry, which was guarded by army soldiers on armored personnel carriers and tanks, near Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo, Egypt Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011. The police, hated for their brutality and corruption under decades-old emergency laws, marched Sunday through Tahrir Square to the Interior Ministry demanding better pay and conditions, but also sought to absolve themselves of responsibility for the police's attempted crackdown at the start of the protests that killed many demonstrators.

Egyptian police demonstrate outside the Interior Ministry, which was guarded by army soldiers on armored personnel carriers and tanks, near Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo, Egypt Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011. The police, hated for their brutality and corruption under decades-old emergency laws, marched Sunday through Tahrir Square to the Interior Ministry demanding better pay and conditions, but also sought to absolve themselves of responsibility for the police’s attempted crackdown at the start of the protests that killed many demonstrators.

A demonstrator looks as Egyptian soldiers dismantle tents used by protestors to sleep at Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power after 30 years on February 13, 2011. Traffic again flowed through much of Cairo's emblematic Tahrir Square as most protesters headed home following the nationwide revolt that brought down president Hosni Mubarak.

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A demonstrator looks as Egyptian soldiers dismantle tents used by protestors to sleep at Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power after 30 years on February 13, 2011. Traffic again flowed through much of Cairo’s emblematic Tahrir Square as most protesters headed home following the nationwide revolt that brought down president Hosni Mubarak.

Rakyat akan kembali semula ke jalan raya untuk mengajar tentera..

Soldiers clash with protesters in Cairo

Clashes have broken out between protesters and the army in Egypt, as a large crowd of Egyptians gathers in Cairo’s Liberation square.

Thousands of Egyptian protesters have returned to Liberation Square shortly after the army tried to disperse them on Sunday.

The developments come two days after President Hosni Mubarak handed over power to Egypt’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which is headed by Defense Minister Gen. Mohammed Tantawi.

Protesters say they will not leave until the army fulfills its promise of a peaceful transition of power to a democratic civilian system.

On Saturday, Egypt’s military — now in control of the country — pledged to oversee a transition of power to civilian rule.

The army said the existing cabinet would remain in place until a new one is formed.

Meanwhile, hundreds of policemen have protested in front of the interior ministry, demanding better wages and denying accusations that they tortured Egyptian protesters.

Security forces say they have fired into the air to stop policemen from entering the interior ministry.

Millions of Egyptians had been calling for the departure of Mubarak over the past few days and the establishment of a democratic government.

Experts say the Egyptian revolution may fail to bring about reforms unless the military establishment is taken over by a civilian-led government.PressTV

Rakyat mengatakan mereka tidak akan meninggalkan Dataran Tahrir sehingga tentera memenuhi janjinya melaksanakan peralihan kuasa secara damai kepada sistem awam demokrasi

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Tentera Mesir Telah Membubarkan Parlimen, tetapi masih enggang memenuhi kehendak rakyat dan mahu memerintah selama enam bulan atau sampai pemilihan presiden… rakyat akan kembali ke jalan raya

Egypt military dissolves parliament

Egypt’s new military rulers have dissolved the parliament and suspended the constitution days after a historic revolution ousted President Hosni Mubarak.

Parliament was dominated by Mubarak’s ruling National Democratic Party.

The military also announced that it would stay in power in the six months before a civilian government is elected, a Press TV correspondent reported.

The military rulers also plan to form a committee to draft a new constitution for the country.

The measures were announced as protesters re-gathered in Cairo’s Liberation Square after being dispersed by security forces on Sunday.

Earlier in the day, the Egyptian army clashed with protesters who were refusing to leave Liberation Square.

Protesters say they are skeptical about and rapid transition toward democracy and civilian rule and maintain that the demonstrations will continue until all their demands are met.

The developments come two days after Mubarak handed over power to Egypt’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which is headed by Defense Minister Gen. Mohammed Tantawi.


Responses

  1. bro n sis…….

    tak kan baru saghii saja bagi kat soja uruselia negara depa……dah nak tekan balik soja yg depa dakap dulu toh…….
    mubarrack pun tak habih lagi ‘punggah’ arta dia pi London laa…Paris laa…new york laa…..mcm ‘rokok’ dunhill daa……..

    masa dok dakap…dok dukong ramai-ramai soja tu…..hangpa tak bau ka ketiak depa……yg depa dah syok semacam……bukan hat bawah-bawah tu…….puak-puak kepala bana kat ataih sana tu……
    depa pun berangan nak jadi mcm mubarrack jugak………

    bagi laa masa sikit kat soja-soja tu…..
    depa pun nak ‘pikiaq’ jugak……..sapa calon yg sesuai…….
    depa pun nak cari jugak sapa dia chief baru yg betoi-betoi ‘great’………
    depa tak mau jenih makan ‘tempoyak’ punya……..
    jenih yg dok pekena tempoyak nie…manyak ‘slow’ laa…..
    jenih tempoyak kuat ‘bodek’ sangat……terlalu bodek……..
    tak boleh nak berkira langsung………
    kalu bagi negara kat ‘tempoyak’ nie……..
    rosak…rrosak……..

    kah kah kah………..

    • salam nasik kandaq.

      ni. hang komen ka. hang merapu.
      lain kali, baca lah banyak2 sikit.
      kalu lagu ni.
      tak abis2 lah, comparative study hang tu.

      sekadaq hang yang sarkis koot.
      dok bagi orang gelak. kat hang.

  2. Israel-Zionis mula “mencucuk jarum”….

  3. ha ha ha! apa boleh buat wa geli hati baca komen NK.

    nampaknya anak2 kita belum boleh ke mesir utk sambung pengajianlah ye? wa tak kisah pasal semua tambang makan minum masa balik ke KLIA tempohari semua kerajaan najib tanggung. Nak ke mesir nanti sape pulak nak tanggung?…harap kerajaan najib dapat tanggung sepenuhlah sebab balik pun atas dasar darurat. cuma nak kena runding tengok dululah, jangan pergi dulu sebelum keadaan benar-benar pulih.

    depa di sana tu belum berpuas hati. semua pemerhati sudah duga keadaan seperti ini akan berlaku. selagi tangan2 ghaib amerika dan israel masih menguasai pemikiran os dan as maka nasib rakyat mesir tidak akan berubah. malah dijangka bakal tercetusnya krisis yang lebih dahasyat lagi. pengunduran mubarak hanya satu episod madah berhelah semata-mata.

    wa ketawa sorang2 jelah di balik pintu.


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