Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 20, 2011

Pearl Square.. Pemuda-pemudi akan turun ke jalan raya hari ini

A female protester stands in front of riot police on the road leading to Pearl Square in the Bahraini capital of Manama.Anti-government protesters in Bahrain swarmed back into the symbolic Pearl Square on Sunday, putting riot police to flight in a striking victory for their cause and confidently setting up camp for a protracted stay.

MANAMA, BAHRAIN – FEBRUARY 20: An anti-government protestor gestures in front of police as demonstrators re-occupy Pearl roundabout on February 20, 2011 in Manama, Bahrain.

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7:16 am 20/2/ 2011 (Bahrain) Following another day of clashes, anti-government protesters reclaim the Pearl Roundabout.

Our correspondent on the scene reports that while the government’s withdrawal of security forces was “aimed that starting negotiations”, anti-government protesters remained angry. He observed:

Demands have hardened from the beginning of the week. Some say what they want is a change of government, some say that the prime minister should be sacked and others say that the king should go as well.

People are saying that given the people who have died and the number injured they will continue to come here … many are saying they are not going to leave as they have not got the reform they were asking for.

All of them are asking for constitutional reform. The opposition are asking for a constitutional monarchy, like in the UK or Australia – Aljazeera

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Mubarak Telah Berambus, Begitu Juga Dengan Ben Ali.. Sekarang Giliran Anda Pula Abu Ali

Gambar Semalam..

Bahraini anti-government protesters hold placards, the left one reads in Arabic: 'Mubarak left and so did Ben Ali, and now it's your turn Abu Ali', in an indirect reference to the prime minister, as they gather in Pearl Square, in Manama, on February 19, 2011, the focal point of bloody anti-regime demonstrations, after police and troops withdrew in what appeared to be a conciliatory move.

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Bahraini anti-government protesters hold placards, the left one reads in Arabic: ‘Mubarak left and so did Ben Ali, and now it’s your turn Abu Ali’, in an indirect reference to the prime minister, as they gather in Pearl Square, in Manama, on February 19, 2011, the focal point of bloody anti-regime demonstrations, after police and troops withdrew in what appeared to be a conciliatory move.

Bahraini anti-government protesters gather in Pearl Square in Manama on February 19, 2011, the focal point of bloody anti-regime demonstrations, after police and troops withdrew in what appeared to be a conciliatory move.

Bahraini anti-government protesters gather in Pearl Square in Manama on February 19, 2011, the focal point of bloody anti-regime demonstrations, after police and troops withdrew in what appeared to be a conciliatory move.

Bahraini anti-government protesters light candles in memory of those killed, as they gather in Pearl Square, in Manama, on February 19, 2011, the focal point of bloody anti-regime demonstrations, after police and troops withdrew in what appeared to be a conciliatory move.

Bahraini anti-government protesters sit with candles lit in memory of those killed, as they gather in Pearl Square, in Manama, on February 19, 2011, the focal point of bloody anti-regime demonstrations, after police and troops withdrew in what appeared to be a conciliatory move.

Bahraini anti-government protesters sit with candles lit in memory of those killed, as they gather in Pearl Square, in Manama, on February 19, 2011, the focal point of bloody anti-regime demonstrations, after police and troops withdrew in what appeared to be a conciliatory move.

Bahraini anti-government protesters gather in Pearl Square, in Manama, on February 19, 2011, the focal point of bloody anti-regime demonstrations, after police and troops withdrew in what appeared to be a conciliatory move.

Bahraini anti-government protesters gather in Pearl Square in Manama on February 19, 2011, the focal point of bloody anti-regime demonstrations, after police and troops withdrew in what appeared to be a conciliatory move.

An anti-government protester wrapped in a Bahraini flag watches from a bridge the crowd gathered in Pearl Square in Manama February 19, 2011. Protesters in Bahrain won a symbolic victory on Saturday, Libyan security forces opened fire to disperse mourners and a new party was approved in Egypt as the uprisings sweeping the Arab world challenged its rulers.

Anti-government protesters say their prayers at Pearl Square in Manama February 19, 2011. Protesters in Bahrain won a symbolic victory on Saturday, Libyan security forces opened fire to disperse mourners and a new party was approved in Egypt as the uprisings sweeping the Arab world challenged its rulers.

Anti-government protesters say their prayers at Pearl Square in Manama February 19, 2011. Protesters in Bahrain won a symbolic victory on Saturday, Libyan security forces opened fire to disperse mourners and a new party was approved in Egypt as the uprisings sweeping the Arab world challenged its rulers.

Dulu Tahrir Square Sekarang Ke Pearl Square, Pemimpin Diktator Harus Berambus..


Responses

  1. Di Asia Tenggara Thailand Thaksin dah berambus, Parti pimpinan Suharto dah padam, Parti pimpinan Markos pun dah padam. Cuma ada satu parti pembodohan orang melayu belum padam.

    Sebab apa belum padam?.
    Sebab masih ramai orang melayu berminda otak budak tadika….
    Selagi masih ada melayu hantar anak ke sekolah tadika dan tabika Kemas

    Apa ada di Tadika dan Tabika kemas?.
    Sebab ada melayu yang mencacak keris Hang Tuah….

    Bila Keris boleh tecabut?….
    Bila ada anak2 muda yang berani macam pemuda dimedan Tahrir….

    Akan ada ke? anak2 muda macam nii…..
    Tak akan ada, sebab anak muda disini Telor mereka telah dikasi oleh Naib Cancelor cop keris dengan AUKU ciptaan pemimpin Keris Telanjang….

  2. aha.. polis kena tegas terhadap golongan demonstrasi syiah ini, walau apa cara pon..jgn bagi syiah ini naik muka. pemberontakan syiah di abad milenium. Dimana mana ada yahudi..akan terjadilah kerosakkan sesebuah negara, samaa juga dimana ada syiah..ini lah yang akan terjadi, disebab kan mereka mejoriti, mereka nak naik tocang? Polis bahrain kena terus kan ketegasan mereka.

    http://abgrara.wordpress.com/2011/02/18/protes-bahrain-mesti-di-berhentikan-dengan-kekerasan/

  3. Salam,

    Dulu Tahrir Square Sekarang Ke Pearl Square,
    Bila gamaknya nak sampai ke TIME SQUARE.

    Tahrir Square,Pearl Square & Time Square
    lepak dgn. sluaq jean levis,koyak rabak…
    uuuuuuuuuuu rock…………….
    Tengok orang dgn. ketayap,baju melayu
    & kain pelikat melilau kat situ…ramai
    la perati laghu mana alien pulak.
    “””mental sudah krosot”””
    plan2 kita kena reset

    • salam gc…….

      Time Square kat belakang sekolah melayu kg jawa…….
      dulu kilang bijih…..
      ramai dok boleh cari makan kat situ……
      mehsia dah tak dak bijih dah……..
      tu yg tutup lama tu……
      sedaq-sedaq……..Time square tetonggok kat situ…….

      boleh kat cukong (masa sarkis dulu)………
      depa godam semacam…..

      nak harap Time Square nie…..
      sampai punggah pun tak mimpi punya…….
      tempat budak-budak dok merendek ada laa……..

      wa intai sambil lalu jln dato kramat saja………..

      kah kah kah…….

  4. mari kita buat pula di sini utk tumbangkan kerajaan kuku besi UMNO-BN…


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