Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 19, 2011

Protes terbesar di Dataran Mutiara Bahrain bermula esok..

Bahraini anti-government protesters gather on their way to Pearl Square in Manama on February 19, 2011. Thousands of Bahraini protesters returned to Pearl Square, two days after a deadly police raid.

Bahraini anti-government protesters gather on their way to Pearl Square in Manama on February 19, 2011. Thousands of Bahraini protesters returned to Pearl Square, two days after a deadly police raid.

Bahraini anti-government protesters return to Pearl Square in Manama on February 19, 2011. Thousands of Bahraini protesters returned to Pearl Square, two days after a deadly police raid.

Bahraini anti-government protesters return to Pearl Square in Manama on February 19, 2011. Thousands of Bahraini protesters returned to Pearl Square, two days after a deadly police raid.

A protester prays as he reaches Pearl Square in the Bahraini capital of Manama February 19, 2011. Bahraini riot police retreated from Pearl Square on Saturday and thousands of anti-government protesters streamed back into their former stronghold in Manama. Crowds had approached Pearl Square from different directions. They stood facing riot police for half an hour. All of a sudden police ran to their buses and retreated.

A protester prays as he reaches Pearl Square in the Bahraini capital of Manama February 19, 2011. Bahraini riot police retreated from Pearl Square on Saturday and thousands of anti-government protesters streamed back into their former stronghold in Manama. Crowds had approached Pearl Square from different directions. They stood facing riot police for half an hour. All of a sudden police ran to their buses and retreated.

Bahraini protesters celebrates at the Pearl roundabout soon after the military pulled out in Manama, Bahrain, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. The deputy chief of Bahrain's armed forces has ordered the military to withdraw from the streets of the capital. Army tanks are moving out of Manama's Pearl Square as Bahrain's monarchy seeks to open negotiations with protesters.

Bahraini protesters celebrates at the Pearl roundabout soon after the military pulled out in Manama, Bahrain, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. The deputy chief of Bahrain’s armed forces has ordered the military to withdraw from the streets of the capital. Army tanks are moving out of Manama’s Pearl Square as Bahrain’s monarchy seeks to open negotiations with protesters.

Bahraini riot police chase protesters and fired tear gas at the Pearl roundabout soon after the military pulled out in Manama, Bahrain, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. The deputy chief of Bahrain's armed forces has ordered the military to withdraw from the streets of the capital. Army tanks are moving out of Manama's Pearl Square as Bahrain's monarchy seeks to open negotiations with protesters.

Bahraini riot police chase protesters and fired tear gas at the Pearl roundabout soon after the military pulled out in Manama, Bahrain, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. The deputy chief of Bahrain’s armed forces has ordered the military to withdraw from the streets of the capital. Army tanks are moving out of Manama’s Pearl Square as Bahrain’s monarchy seeks to open negotiations with protesters.

Bahraini riot police chase protesters and fired tear gas at the earl roundabout soon after the military pulled out in Manama, Bahrain, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. The deputy chief of Bahrain's armed forces has ordered the military to withdraw from the streets of the capital. Army tanks are moving out of Manama's Pearl Square as Bahrain's monarchy seeks to open negotiations with protesters.

Bahraini riot police detain a protester at the Pearl roundabout soon after the military pulled out in Manama, Bahrain, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. The deputy chief of Bahrain's armed forces has ordered the military to withdraw from the streets of the capital. Army tanks are moving out of Manama's Pearl Square as Bahrain's monarchy seeks to open negotiations with protesters.

Bahraini riot police detain a protester at the Pearl roundabout soon after the military pulled out in Manama, Bahrain, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. The deputy chief of Bahrain’s armed forces has ordered the military to withdraw from the streets of the capital. Army tanks are moving out of Manama’s Pearl Square as Bahrain’s monarchy seeks to open negotiations with protesters

Bahrain union calls for indefinite strike

The main trade union in the Persian Gulf littoral state of Bahrain has called for an indefinite strike in protest at the army’s violent crackdown on peaceful pro-democracy demonstrations.

The Bahraini flag carrier airline and its trade union on Saturday called for the strike to begin from Sunday.

“[The] trade union has told its members that the General Union of Bahraini Workers has called for a strike from February 20,” Reuters quoted an employee of the airline as saying.

Tension is running high in the streets of the Bahraini capital, Manama. Thousands of anti-government protesters have once again gathered in Pearl Square after military vehicles withdrew from the area.

Reports say police fired teargas to disperse the protesters.

Earlier in the day, Crown Prince Sheikh Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa ordered military vehicles to withdraw from the streets and deployed police in its place.

Meanwhile, the Bahraini King called for national dialogue, but the offer was rejected by the main opposition bloc, Al-Wefaq, which says the government must resign and troops must withdraw from the streets first.

On Friday, Bahrain witnessed its biggest-ever protest in recent history. Bahraini troops opened fire on protesters in what was described as a “massacre” by medics and lawmakers.

The crackdown has left six people dead and hundreds more wounded.


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