Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 3, 2011

14 terbunuh dalam pertempuran sengit di Brega, tentera Gaddafi berundur

Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi gestures before making a speech to supporters in which he sought to defuse tensions after more than 10 days of anti-government protests, in Tripoli March 2, 2011. Gaddafi, orchestrating a populist response to rebels threatening his rule, blamed al Qaeda on Wednesday for creating turmoil and told applauding supporters there was a conspiracy to control Libya and its oil.

Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi gestures before making a speech to supporters in which he sought to defuse tensions after more than 10 days of anti-government protests, in Tripoli March 2, 2011. Gaddafi, orchestrating a populist response to rebels threatening his rule, blamed al Qaeda on Wednesday for creating turmoil and told applauding supporters there was a conspiracy to control Libya and its oil.

Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi gestures to his supporters before making a speech in which he sought to defuse tensions after more than 10 days of anti-government protests, in Tripoli March 2, 2011. Gaddafi, orchestrating a populist response to rebels threatening his rule, blamed al Qaeda on Wednesday for creating turmoil and told applauding supporters there was a conspiracy to control Libya and its oil.

Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi gestures to his supporters before making a speech in which he sought to defuse tensions after more than 10 days of anti-government protests, in Tripoli March 2, 2011. Gaddafi, orchestrating a populist response to rebels threatening his rule, blamed al Qaeda on Wednesday for creating turmoil and told applauding supporters there was a conspiracy to control Libya and its oil.

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A rebel soldier gestures while holding onto a rocket-propelled grenade launcher (RPG) in Brega March 2, 2011.

A rebel soldier gestures while holding onto a rocket-propelled grenade launcher (RPG) in Brega March 2, 2011.

A rebel soldier takes aim with a rocket-propelled grenade launcher (RPG) in Brega March 2, 2011.

Supporters cheer as a  convoy of Libyan rebel soldiers drives in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.

Supporters cheer as a convoy of Libyan rebel soldiers drives in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.

Libyan rebel celebrate after they retake the Brega town from pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.

Libyan rebel celebrate after they retake the Brega town from pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.

Rebel forces are cheered by supporters as they ride on the back of a pick-up truck in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.

Rebel forces are cheered by supporters as they ride on the back of a pick-up truck in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.

A rebel holds his ears as a bomb launched by a Libyan air force jet loyal to Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi explodes in the desert near Brega, March 2, 2011.

A rebel holds his ears as a bomb launched by a Libyan air force jet loyal to Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi explodes in the desert near Brega, March 2, 2011.

A rebel fires a rocket at a Libyan air force jet loyal to Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi during a battle in the desert near Brega, March 2, 2011.

A rebel fires a rocket at a Libyan air force jet loyal to Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi during a battle in the desert near Brega, March 2, 2011.

Rebel soldiers gesture atop a car as they head to Brega, in Ajdabiya March 2, 2011.

Libyan rebels ready their weapons and munitions in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.

Libyan rebels ready their weapons and munitions in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.

Libyan rebels prepare to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as Pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.

Libyan rebels prepare to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as Pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.

A Libyan rebel soldier carries ammunition as rebel forces prepare for battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.

A Libyan rebel soldier carries ammunition as rebel forces prepare for battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.

AL-BREGA, LIBYA - MARCH 02:  Rebel fighters celebrate after advancing on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.

AL-BREGA, LIBYA – MARCH 02: Rebel fighters celebrate after advancing on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.

AL-BREGA, LIBYA - MARCH 02:  Rebel fighters celebrate after advancing on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.

AL-BREGA, LIBYA – MARCH 02: Rebel fighters celebrate after advancing on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.

AL-BREGA, LIBYA - MARCH 02:  Rebel fighters celebrate after advancing on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.

Libyan rebel fighters stand on a hill as others perform the noon prayer on March 2, 2011 in Ajdabiya, 160 kms west of the eastern city of Benghazi. Opposition forces fought intense battles to repel Moamer Kadhafi's forces from the nearby key eastern oil port of Brega as the regime's biggest counter-offensive yet left at least 10 people dead.

Libyan rebel fighters stand on a hill as others perform the noon prayer on March 2, 2011 in Ajdabiya, 160 kms west of the eastern city of Benghazi. Opposition forces fought intense battles to repel Moamer Kadhafi’s forces from the nearby key eastern oil port of Brega as the regime’s biggest counter-offensive yet left at least 10 people dead.

A wounded Libyan man is treated inside a hospital in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Gadhafi vowed "We will fight until the last man and woman" and lashed out against Europe and the United States for their pressure on him to step down, warning that thousands of Libyans will die if U.S. and NATO forces intervene in the conflict.

A wounded Libyan man is treated inside a hospital in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Gadhafi vowed “We will fight until the last man and woman” and lashed out against Europe and the United States for their pressure on him to step down, warning that thousands of Libyans will die if U.S. and NATO forces intervene in the conflict.

A dead Libyan man is seen in a truck outside a hospital in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Gadhafi vowed "We will fight until the last man and woman" and lashed out against Europe and the United States for their pressure on him to step down, warning that thousands of Libyans will die if U.S. and NATO forces intervene in the conflict.

A dead Libyan man is seen in a truck outside a hospital in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Gadhafi vowed “We will fight until the last man and woman” and lashed out against Europe and the United States for their pressure on him to step down, warning that thousands of Libyans will die if U.S. and NATO forces intervene in the conflict.

Pengikut setia Gaddafi dikalahkan di kota minyak Brega

Gaddafi men defeated in oil town Brega

Brega adalah pusat minyak terbesar di Libya, dan yang utama di benua Afrika dan merupakan salah satu pembekal utama minyak untuk Eropah Afrika Utara.

Libyan anti-government protesters controlling the eastern town of Brega have repelled an assault by the forces loyal to embattled ruler Muammar Gaddafi.
Well-armed Gaddafi forces arrived in large numbers and at one stage appeared to hold the upper hand, however, they were later forced to retreat, the state-funded BBC reported on Thursday.

Brega is an oil hub of Libya, which is Africa’s major oil producer and one of Europe’s biggest North African oil suppliers.

It has been the first major attack on the town by Gaddafi’s troops since the revolution began in the North African country over two weeks ago.

According to medics, at least 14 people were killed and many others wounded during the early Thursday fighting. The number of the casualties on the part of the pro-Gaddafi forces has not been announced yet.

Earlier, forces loyal to Gaddafi used a fighter jet to pound positions belonging to opposition forces in Brega.

Two missiles fired from the aircraft landed a few meters from a square where anti-government protesters were celebrating their victory over Gaddafi loyalists in an earlier assault.

Another fighter jet earlier launched airstrikes on an arms’ depot in Ajdabiya, some 40 kilometers from Brega.

Gaddafi lost control of several main cities in the east and the west of Libya following the popular revolution in the North African nation.

Reports by human rights groups say over 6,000 people have so far been killed in the government’s harsh crackdown on anti-government protesters.


Responses

  1. bro n sis……

    saghi dua nie hangpa tunggu laa….
    ada orang naik’minyak’……..
    kalu gajah naik minyak tak pa pi laa……
    nie orang yg nak naik minyak……..
    macam-macam minyak dok ada……
    minyak senyonyong……..
    minyak athar…..
    minyak lenga……..
    aaaaa….tahik minyak……..

    brega dah dpt kat musuh gadaffi……
    kepentingan minyak amerika n eropah dah tergugat…..
    hub di brega dah ditawan………

    so n so…….mehsia tak dok diam punya……
    dok tunggu hari saja depa nak penaik……..
    dah laa sagi dua nie depa pulun cangkoi kepala rakyat…..
    bila dok rasa tak cukup……depa lanjut lagi ‘masa bayaq’ lima nam hari lagi…….
    lepaih tu dua syarikat yg depa lantik tu………
    mesti rajin keroja punya……….
    mana tak rajin……..
    masyukkkkkkk deraih maa…….
    nak bawak kereta pun dah naik segheyau……
    sekali tak sekali mesti ‘kantoi’ punya’………

    hang bayaq saman dak lagi budak tadika????….
    saman traffic laa…..nanti hang dok pikiaq yg lain pulak………
    tapi tak pa kot………hang orang kerih……..
    orang kerih tak bayaq saman pun tak pa kan???……

    kah kah kah………..

    • salam nasik kandaq.

      kalau hang tak terima, saman.
      hang nak bayaq, buat apa.

      kalau hang terima sama ekoq.
      hang mintak gambaq.
      takkang hang bayaq ratuis ratuis.
      gambaq sekeping, depa tak boleh bagi.
      sekurang buat kenang kenangan.
      tunjuk kat cucu.

      hang, kalo tau saman melalui sms.
      namanya, hang tak ceredik lah.
      sebabnya, syarikat sms dok buat duit.
      kerana ramai tak ceredik.
      dok sms tanya.

      hang tau tak.
      patutnya polis saman saja.
      yang kenakan kompoun, mahkamah.
      ni polis pula, nak buat kerja mahkamah.
      depa nak pulong semua.
      ada ka.

      hang tau tak.
      depa dok belawan tiap2 bulan, tiap2 tahun.
      sapa banyak keluaq saman.
      jumlah, bukang saman, tapi ringgit.
      tolong dapat hasil.
      depa dok cari duit untuk negara.
      hang bagitaulah kat depa.
      baguis ka, tak baguis.

      budak tadika tak suka cara saman sekarang ni.
      nak saman, jangan saman tuanpunya kereta.
      nak saman, kena saman pemandu.
      maknanya, depa kena tahan kereta.
      kemudian serah saman pada pemandu.
      “summon must be served”, orang putih kata.

      Sekadaq hang nak kata apa pulak.

      • aku cuit sikit nak tengok akai hang……
        rhopanya hang tak laa ‘ngok’ sangat….
        tau jugak hang nooooooo…..
        saman nak kena serah kat ‘pemandu’…baru betoi…….

        tapi ada sikit ‘ngok’ hang tu……..
        kalu nak dpt hasil pun…..
        jngn laa rakyat didungukan….
        jng laa rakyat ditarah…ditaji……
        kalu ada ‘syarikat’ dok urus saman…..tu maknanya dah meniaga namanya………
        caghi laa makan kok lain…..
        puak hang dah tak gheti cari pitih……
        tak proaktif langsung………
        dah kekeringan idea nak tarik pelabur…..
        pelabur yg dok ada pun pakat lari habih pi dubai laa…pi vietnam laa…pi china laa……
        coba hang pi kat kwsn industri kamunting tu……
        dah tak mcm dulu….
        nampak tawaq…nampak hambaq saja………
        tapi coba hang mai kat bayan lepas……
        cukup meriah…….
        hari-hari ada kilang baru depa buat…..
        orang perak pun ramai dok caghi keroja kat sini…..
        LGE pun bagi bas percuma lagi……..
        negeri mazhab kerih tak boleh buat punya mcm LGE buat tu……..

        hang kena tau wahai budak tadika……
        jngn dok lagak main ‘golf’ saja…..

        pengangguran sirius kat mehsia nie….
        barang nak guna hari-hari pun mahal……
        ertinya dah inflasi laa tu………
        kebebasan yg ada tinggai sikit saja lagi pun disekat sana sini…….
        puak ataih sana tu dok bawak masuk mai ‘PENA’ belambak lambak……
        hang tau dak apa dia PENA toh???…….
        PENA tu lwn PASTI laa………
        PENA = pendtg asing………
        tiap satu kepala depa dpt brapa???….
        hang kegha ambik sendiri laa……
        pasai tu aku kata belambak depa dpt…….

        kah kah kah……….

      • salam nasik kandaq.

        tu baru dia.
        tu baru original.
        kita cuit banyak sikit.
        hang geli.
        hang baru dapat idea banyak.
        hang tulih cukup panjang.
        tang ni, kita tabik kat hang.

        tapi, kita kena bersyukuq.
        kita masih baik.
        jangan jadi seropa Libya.
        ada minyak.
        tapi dok terbunuh bunuh.

        sekadaq ter ter saja.

  2. ……tunggulaaaa adik kakok belako-lako utk bayar harga petrol yg lebih tinggi melonjak selepas PRK Kerdau dan Merlimau. “…rakyat kena faham ini masalah global……” kata DS Amma Muammar Najib.

  3. Surau Al Ikhlas Bukit Jelutong Maulud Nabi SAW Sabtu 5 Mac 2011 : 7.00 petang, Tempat : Surau Al Ikhlas, Jalan Rabung, Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam

    Ceramah oleh Habib Ali Zainal Abidin Al Hamid.

    Majlis Maulud Nabi SAW di Masjid As Syakirin KLCC , Sabtu 5 Mac 2011, lepas maghrib, Bersama Habib Hassan Al Attas dan Habib Mahdi

    Majlis Ilmu Syeikh Nuruddin di UTM, 6 Mac 2011 Mulai Selepas Subuh

    LAIN-LAIN MAJLIS ILMU TERKINI : http://www.facebook.com/pages/PONDOK-HABIB/295419981998

    Muslimin muslimat bersama keluarga dijemput hadir.


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