Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 24, 2011

15 terbunuh dalam protes anti Rejim Bashar al-Assad

EDS NOTE GRAPHIC CONTENT--Medics treat an injured man who later died from his wounds at a hospital in Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011. Three people, including an 11-year-old girl, were shot dead this afternoon in the volatile Syrian city of Daraa, witnesses said, as state media reported President Bashar al-Assad had fired the city's governor.

EDS NOTE GRAPHIC CONTENT–Medics treat an injured man who later died from his wounds at a hospital in Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011. Three people, including an 11-year-old girl, were shot dead this afternoon in the volatile Syrian city of Daraa, witnesses said, as state media reported President Bashar al-Assad had fired the city’s governor.

EDS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT - A Syrian doctor treats a man who shot in the head during clashes between Syrian security forces and anti-government protesters, in the southern city of Daraa, Syria, Wednesday March 23, 2011. Syrian security forces shot live ammunition and tear gas early Wednesday near a mosque where protesters have been camped out in southern Syria, killing six people including a paramedic, activists said. The early morning attack near the al-Omari mosque in the southern city of Daraa marks the deadliest single day since anti-government protests inspired by uprisings across the Arab world reached this country last week. The latest deaths brings the number of people killed in Daraa since Friday to at least 13.

A Syrian doctor treats a man who shot in the head during clashes between Syrian security forces and anti-government protesters, in the southern city of Daraa, Syria, Wednesday March 23, 2011. Syrian security forces shot live ammunition and tear gas early Wednesday near a mosque where protesters have been camped out in southern Syria, killing six people including a paramedic, activists said. The early morning attack near the al-Omari mosque in the southern city of Daraa marks the deadliest single day since anti-government protests inspired by uprisings across the Arab world reached this country last week. The latest deaths brings the number of people killed in Daraa since Friday to at least 13.

Syrian doctors treat a wounded Syrian man, who was injured during clashes between Syrian security forces and anti-government protesters, in the southern city of Daraa, Syria, Wednesday March 23, 2011. Syrian security forces shot live ammunition and tear gas early Wednesday near a mosque where protesters have been camped out in southern Syria, killing six people including a paramedic, activists said. The early morning attack near the al-Omari mosque in the southern city of Daraa marks the deadliest single day since anti-government protests inspired by uprisings across the Arab world reached this country last week. The latest deaths brings the number of people killed in Daraa since Friday to at least 13.

Anti-government activists gesture on the streets of Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011. Three people, including an 11-year-old girl, were killed this afternoon in the volatile Syrian city of Daraa, witnesses said, as state media reported President Bashar al-Assad had fired the city's governor.

Anti-government activists gesture on the streets of Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011. Three people, including an 11-year-old girl, were killed this afternoon in the volatile Syrian city of Daraa, witnesses said, as state media reported President Bashar al-Assad had fired the city’s governor.

Anti-government activists gesture on the streets of Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011. Three people, including an 11-year-old girl, were killed this afternoon in the volatile Syrian city of Daraa, witnesses said, as state media reported President Bashar al-Assad had fired the city's governor.

Anti-government activists gesture on the streets of Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011. Three people, including an 11-year-old girl, were killed this afternoon in the volatile Syrian city of Daraa, witnesses said, as state media reported President Bashar al-Assad had fired the city’s governor.

Tires burn during anti-government protests on the streets of Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011. Three people, including an 11-year-old girl, were killed this afternoon in the volatile Syrian city of Daraa, witnesses said, as state media reported President Bashar al-Assad had fired the city's governor.

Tires burn during anti-government protests on the streets of Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011. Three people, including an 11-year-old girl, were killed this afternoon in the volatile Syrian city of Daraa, witnesses said, as state media reported President Bashar al-Assad had fired the city’s governor.

Syrian protesters march in the southern town of Daraa, 100 kms (60 miles) south of Damascus, on March 21, 2011 demanding 'freedom' and an end to 48 years of emergency laws in Syria under President Bashar al-Assad and his father Hafez.

Syrian protesters march in the southern town of Daraa, 100 kms (60 miles) south of Damascus, on March 23, 2011 demanding ‘freedom’ and an end to 48 years of emergency laws in Syria under President Bashar al-Assad and his father Hafez.

A Syrian officer stands by as an ambulance is seen along a streets in Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011, after the official SANA news agency said the first attack early today was carried out by an 'armed gang,' and that it left four people dead including a security force member.'An armed gang after midnight attacked a medical team in an ambulance at the Omari mosque, killing a doctor, a paramedic and the driver,' before police intervened and made some arrests, said the report.

A Syrian officer stands by as an ambulance is seen along a streets in Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011, after the official SANA news agency said the first attack early today was carried out by an ‘armed gang,’ and that it left four people dead including a security force member.’An armed gang after midnight attacked a medical team in an ambulance at the Omari mosque, killing a doctor, a paramedic and the driver,’ before police intervened and made some arrests, said the report.

Tires burn along a street in Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus, on March 23, 2011. Syrian security forces fired on anti-regime protesters near a mosque, killing five and wounding scores, rights activists said as the government blamed a 'gang' for the violence.

Tires burn along a street in Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus, on March 23, 2011. Syrian security forces fired on anti-regime protesters near a mosque, killing five and wounding scores, rights activists said as the government blamed a ‘gang’ for the violence.

A Syrian walks along the deserted streets of Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011, following altercations between the Syrian security forces and anti-government protesters that have left several people dead.

A Syrian walks along the deserted streets of Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus on March 23, 2011, following altercations between the Syrian security forces and anti-government protesters that have left several people dead.

Syrian security sit leaning along a wall in the town of Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus, on March 23, 2011, after Syrian security forces fired early this morning on anti-regime protesters near the Omari mosque, killing five and wounding scores, rights activists said as the government blamed a 'gang' for the violence.

Syrian security sit leaning along a wall in the town of Daraa, 100kms south of the capital Damascus, on March 23, 2011, after Syrian security forces fired early this morning on anti-regime protesters near the Omari mosque, killing five and wounding scores, rights activists said as the government blamed a ‘gang’ for the violence.

Menurut saksi, sekurang-kurangnya enam orang terbunuh kerana ditembak di hadapan Masjid Al-Omari selepas solat pagi kelmarin setelah beratus-ratus orang berkumpul di luar bangunan Masjid membantah pemerintahan Regim Bashar al-Assad

15 terbunuh ketika protes antikerajaan di Syria

24/03/2011 2:28am

DARAA, Syria 24 Mac – Aktivis kemanusiaan menyatakan sekurang-kurangnya 15 orang terbunuh termasuk kanak-kanak dan anggota keselamatan dalam protes antikerajaan di bandar Daara.

Menurut aktivis dan penduduk, pihak tentera melepaskan tembakan terhadap penunjuk perasaan di luar Masjid Omari pada awal pagi semalam dan berterusan selama satu hari.

Sebelum itu, beratus-ratus penunjuk perasaan berkumpul bagi menghalang pihak polis menyerbu protes tersebut. – AFP

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Syria: Brutal attempt to end protests leaves 15 dead

Witnesses said the initial attack lasted about three hours and heavy gunfire echoed through the streets all day

Syrian police launched a brutal crackdown on demonstrations in the restive city of Daraa yesterday, killing at least 15 people in a day-long operation that showed the regime’s determination to quash the unprecedented numbers of protests in the south of the country.

According to local and international human rights organisations and witnesses, at least six people were killed in an early morning attack on the al-Omari mosque after hundreds gathered outside the building to stop police from storming it. One video posted on Facebook, which could not be verified, showed what activists said was a street near the mosque with the sound of shooting coming from nearby. “My brother, does anyone kill his people?” one voice asks. “You are our brothers.”

Witnesses said the initial attack, which began just after midnight, lasted about three hours. Heavy gunfire echoed through the streets all day. Three more people were said to have been shot in the city centre after dusk, and another six bodies were found in the street. Residents told news agencies that those killed included a prominent doctor who had gone to the mosque to help victims, and a woman who had peered out of her window to see what was happening.

Daraa was effectively cut off yesterday, with mobile phone connections and electricity down. There were military checkpoints across the city. The state-run news agency sent out news alerts to mobile phones today saying four people were killed in the incidents.

It blamed the deaths on an “armed gang” and claimed that “one million SMSs were sent from outside Syria, most… from Israel inciting Syrians to use the mosques as launchpads for riots”. President Bashar al-Assad moved to sack Daraa’s governor Faisal Kalthoum, but Mr Assad’s cousin, who heads up the region’s hated secret police, remained in place. The incident brings the number of deaths in Daraa to more than 20. The unrest in the city and surrounding villages began six days ago following the arrest of more than a dozen schoolchildren who spray-painted anti-government slogans on a public wall.

So far, the government response seems to be have been taken from its old playbook of denial, propaganda and blaming Israel, a tactic that is woefully out of date, sources in Damascus said. According to a journalist in the capital, accusing Daraa residents of taking their cues from Israel is likely to provoke further anger. “They call the Western media provocative, but that is provocative,” she said. “The more [the people of Daraa] are wronged, the more they will demand revenge.”

Protests also occurred last Friday in the Syrian cities of Banias, Homs, Deir ez-Zor and have been held – on a much smaller scale than in Daraa – in Damascus. Political prisoners have been rounded up, most recently with the arrest yesterday of Loay Hussein, according to Syria’s Observatory for Human Rights.

Several Facebook and human rights groups are calling for massive demonstrations in Damascus and other cities after Friday prayers this week. CNN reported that the protesters were chanting anti-regime slogans after yesterday’s killings. Previously, they had not called for the resignation of Syria’s Ba’ath Party, which has ruled the country for more than 50 years. Their grievances had instead targeted local corruption and unlawful imprisonments.

Syria, one of the more repressive autocracies in the region, had until recently avoided the unrest experienced in many of its neighbour states. As the violence escalates in Daraa, the likelihood increases that anti-government demonstrations will spread.AFP

A girls holds a placard during a demonstration against Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's rule, outside the Syrian embassy in central London, on March 19, 2011.

A girls holds a placard during a demonstration against Syrian president Bashar al-Assad’s rule, outside the Syrian embassy in central London, on March 20, 2011.


Responses

  1. Hafez al-Assad, bapa kepada Presiden Syria
    Bashar al-Assad sekarang adalah pemimpin
    yang berfahaman syiah.

    Tidak hairanlah pemimpin-pemimin syiah
    menumpahkan darah,
    terutama yang dibunuh itu ahlus Sunnah,
    lebih-lebih lagi ahlus-Sunnah yang pro-wahabi.

    • Tu saja ka.
      Tulihlah lebih sikit.
      Bila ada al.
      Kena tulih lebih.

      Sekadaq hang tau lah.
      al apa.

      • Hang pulak…???

        Apa yang hang tau
        pasai Bashar al-Assad…???

        Habaq mai….

    • syiah tidak akan melawan wahabi, kerana mereka lebih kurang sama sahaja iaitu pro israil dan amerika. yang syiah tentang hanyalah ahlisunnah tulin yang memusuhi israil dan amerika.

  2. aku x kesah dia wahabi ke, dia syiah ke, dia sunnah ke..kalu dah buat dajal..tembak mampus aje laknat yg memerintah negeri cam cilaka, menyusahkan idup manusia lain..

    aku lagi x suka arab nie..cam anjing aje…dah la bahasa al-quran tu bahasa dia- tapi buat cam anjing aje…! cilaka punya arab..

    pemerintah arab diktator yang cam anjing nie –elok mampus je diganti dengan yang lebih baik.

    • Sebab tu Allah melantik Rasul terakhir
      di kalangan orang Arab.

  3. Malaysia pun kena buat begini juga. Hancur celaka celaka n anak haram jadah.

  4. hosni mubarak muammar gaddafi ben ali saddam hussein nouri al maliki semua pemimpin arab yg bodoh


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