Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 26, 2011

Bunuh Rakyat… Diktator Bashsar al-Assad Ikut Jejak Gaddafi

Syrians gather near a bus with shattered windows after shootings during a protest in Mouadamieh, near Damascus March 25, 2011. Security forces killed three people in the Mouadamieh district of Damascus, the Syrian capital, after a crowd confronted a procession of cars driven by supporters of President Bashsar al-Assad, residents said.

Syrians gather near a bus with shattered windows after shootings during a protest in Mouadamieh, near Damascus March 25, 2011. Security forces killed three people in the Mouadamieh district of Damascus, the Syrian capital, after a crowd confronted a procession of cars driven by supporters of President Bashsar al-Assad, residents said.

Hundreds of Syrians march from the Omayyed mosque in the centre of Damascus' Old City towards Souk Al-Hamadiyeh street on March 25, 2011 chanting 'Daraa is Syria' and 'We will sacrifice ourselves for Syria,' as protests spread in Syria from the opposition's southern epicentre of Daraa to Damascus and a town south of the capital, where authorities moved to arrest at least five demonstrators.

Hundreds of Syrians march from the Omayyed mosque in the centre of Damascus’ Old City towards Souk Al-Hamadiyeh street on March 25, 2011 chanting ‘Daraa is Syria’ and ‘We will sacrifice ourselves for Syria,’ as protests spread in Syria from the opposition’s southern epicentre of Daraa to Damascus and a town south of the capital, where authorities moved to arrest at least five demonstrators.

Anti-Syrian government protesters, left, and pro-government, right, clash after Friday prayers in Damascus, Syria, Friday, March 25, 2011. Thousands of Syrians took to the streets Friday demanding reforms and mourning dozens of protesters who were killed during a violent, week long crackdown that has brought extraordinary pressure on the country's autocratic regime, activists and witnesses said.

Anti-Syrian government protesters, left, and pro-government, right, clash after Friday prayers in Damascus, Syria, Friday, March 25, 2011. Thousands of Syrians took to the streets Friday demanding reforms and mourning dozens of protesters who were killed during a violent, week long crackdown that has brought extraordinary pressure on the country’s autocratic regime, activists and witnesses said.

Syrians shout slogans in support of protesters in the city of Deraa, during a protest in Mouadamieh, near Damascus, March 25, 2011. Security forces killed three people in the Mouadamieh district of Damascus, the Syrian capital, after a crowd confronted a procession of cars driven by supporters of President Bashsar al-Assad, residents said.

Syrians shout slogans in support of protesters in the city of Deraa, during a protest in Mouadamieh, near Damascus, March 25, 2011. Security forces killed three people in the Mouadamieh district of Damascus, the Syrian capital, after a crowd confronted a procession of cars driven by supporters of President Bashsar al-Assad, residents said.

Syrians gather during a demonstration in support of protesters in Deraa, in Mouadamieh, near Damascus March 25, 2011. Security forces killed three people in the Mouadamieh district of Damascus, the Syrian capital, after a crowd confronted a procession of cars driven by supporters of President Bashsar al-Assad, residents said.

Syrians gather during a demonstration in support of protesters in Deraa, in Mouadamieh, near Damascus March 25, 2011. Security forces killed three people in the Mouadamieh district of Damascus, the Syrian capital, after a crowd confronted a procession of cars driven by supporters of President Bashsar al-Assad, residents said.

A man walks past a bus with shattered windows after shootings during a protest in Mouadamieh, near Damascus March 25, 2011. Security forces killed three people in the Mouadamieh district of Damascus, the Syrian capital, after a crowd confronted a procession of cars driven by supporters of President Bashsar al-Assad, residents said.

A man walks past a bus with shattered windows after shootings during a protest in Mouadamieh, near Damascus March 25, 2011. Security forces killed three people in the Mouadamieh district of Damascus, the Syrian capital, after a crowd confronted a procession of cars driven by supporters of President Bashsar al-Assad, residents said.

Syrians shout slogans in support of protesters in the city of Deraa, during a protest in Mouadamieh, near Damascus, March 25, 2011. Security forces killed three people in the Mouadamieh district of Damascus, the Syrian capital, after a crowd confronted a procession of cars driven by supporters of President Bashsar al-Assad, residents said.

Anti-Assad Syrian protesters shout slogans after Friday prayers outside the Omayyad Mosque in Damascus, Syria, Friday, March 25, 2011. Thousands of Syrians took to the streets Friday demanding reforms and mourning dozens of protesters who were killed during a violent, week long crackdown that has brought extraordinary pressure on the country's autocratic regime, activists and witnesses said.

Anti-Assad Syrian protesters shout slogans after Friday prayers outside the Omayyad Mosque in Damascus, Syria, Friday, March 25, 2011. Thousands of Syrians took to the streets Friday demanding reforms and mourning dozens of protesters who were killed during a violent, week long crackdown that has brought extraordinary pressure on the country’s autocratic regime, activists and witnesses said.

Anti-Syrian government protesters shout slogans as they protest after Friday prayers in Damascus, Syria, Friday, March 25, 2011. Thousands of Syrians took to the streets Friday demanding reforms and mourning dozens of protesters who were killed during a violent, week long crackdown that has brought extraordinary pressure on the country's autocratic regime, activists and witnesses said.

Anti-Syrian government protesters shout slogans as they protest after Friday prayers in Damascus, Syria, Friday, March 25, 2011. Thousands of Syrians took to the streets Friday demanding reforms and mourning dozens of protesters who were killed during a violent, week long crackdown that has brought extraordinary pressure on the country’s autocratic regime, activists and witnesses said.

17 terbunuh demonstrasi di Syria dicemari tembakan

26/03/2011 2:30am

DAMASCUS 26 Mac – Seramai 17 orang terbunuh apabila demonstrasi yang diadakan di Daraa dicemari adegan tembakan, kata seorang aktivis hak kemanusiaan.

“Kesemua mereka terbunuh kerana ditembak ketika sedang berarak dari kampung Sanamen ke Daraa,” ujarnya.

Ujarnya, pasukan keselamatan turut menembak ke arah pembantah yang berkumpul di Daraa, hari ini. – AFP

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20 reported killed as Syrian troops open fire on protesters..

ARAB UPRISINGS: SHOTS WERE fired yesterday in the southeastern Syrian city of Deraa after funerals of people killed on Wednesday passed off peacefully. Security forces reportedly shot at youths trying to set fire to a statue of former president Hafez al-Assad. In nearby Sanamein village a witness told al-Jazeera 20 people were killed when villagers tried to reach Deraa.

In Damascus, Hama and Homs security forces broke up protests while pro-government demonstrators brandishing portraits of current president Bashar al-Assad rallied.

Deraa’s funerals were of six of the 37 people who were killed on Wednesday when army and police stormed a protest encampment at the Omariya mosque in the old town, boosting the death toll to 44 over the past week.

“Freedom is ringing out,” chanted the throng in Deraa, an agricultural town near the Jordanian border, where the detention of 15 teens spray-painting graffiti on walls sparked mass protests.

Presidential spokeswoman Bouthaina Shaaban said on Thursday that the protests were “legitimate” and announced that the government would meet the demands of activists who want an end to emergency laws in place since 1963, the right to form political parties, and an anti-corruption drive.

So far, protesters have largely steered clear of calling for the fall of Dr Assad who, unlike the Egyptian and Tunisian rulers, enjoys genuine popularity. After assuming power on his father’s death in 2000, he tried to introduce political reforms but was compelled to retrench by powerful figures in the politico-military establishment which has ruled Syria for 48 years.

Although the flowering of the “Damascus Spring” was brief, Dr Assad has gradually loosened the grip of the security state and opened up the economy. Analysts suggest that local protests within the context of regional uprisings could strengthen his hand against opponents of political reform. Although he has repeatedly called for an end to violence against protesters, hardline elements in the security forces have cracked down.

In Egypt, frightened off by a ban on demonstrations and strikes decreed by the government and enforced by the military, only 1,000 Egyptians attended the weekly protest in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. The law imposes a one-year prison sentence and a steep fine on instigators and participants in demonstrations.

Those who did attend the Tahrir Square demonstration called for revocation of the law and called for the speedy trial of former president Hosni Mubarak and other members of the ousted regime for corruption and human rights abuses. The failure of the democracy movement to marshal thousands was attributed to the feeling among many Egyptians that the uprising is over and the country should return to normal.

A few hundred metres from the square, 2,000 assembled in front of the television building to call for the dismissal of media figures who misled the public during Mr Mubarak’s 30-year reign and 500 Coptic Christians protested the authorities’ failure to arrest those who set fire to a church on March 4th.

Organisers were more successful in Alexandria, where after the noon mosque prayers thousands demonstrated against the anti-protest law. But they were assaulted by Muslim fundamentalists opposed to further mass action. They also called for the resignation of Prime Minister Essam Sahaf for being secular.

In Jordan’s capital Amman, demonstrators demanding reform and an end to corruption were injured when government supporters attacked with sticks and stones.

Several hundred protesters have set up a camp in a central square and vow to remain until King Abdullah grants their demands. Three dozen protesters were injured Thursday in clashes with pro-government elements.

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Dozens reported killed in attacks on Syria protesters

Widespread protests against the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad drew a severe response from security forces, who fired on demonstrators, witnesses say. Deaths are reported in Dara, Latakia, Hims and Sanamein.

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Protests and shooting in Syria as unrest spreads

(Reuters) – President Bashar al-Assad faced the deepest crisis of his 11 years in power on Saturday, with one city in the grip of anti-government protesters and unrest spreading to other parts of Syria.

Dozens of people have been killed over the past week around the southern city of Deraa, medical officials have said, and there were reports of more than 20 new deaths on Friday, during demonstrations that would have been unthinkable a couple of months ago in this most tightly controlled of Arab countries.


Responses

  1. Salam 1Malaysia aka
    Salam TGNA suka.

    Nak ikut jejak sapa lagi.
    Ikut jejak Saddam.
    Kaput.

    Saddam pon ikut perangai great chief.
    Lagak aje.
    Tong Kosong, adikberadik KeLiWoN ToNg OnG.
    Julang senapang, tembak kat udara.
    HamPAS, apa pon tak dak.

    Saddam pon ikut gaya nasik kandaq.
    Dok belagak dengan pengandaqnya.
    Cakap berdentum-dentum.
    Seropa nasik kandaq dok gelak kah, kah, kah.
    HamPAS apa pon tak jadi.

    Saddam pon ikut cara hidup Kucing Kota.
    Kena ligan, lari kat lobang.
    Dari takhta mangkuknya ke lubang.
    HamPAS punya perangai.

    Jadi, nak ikut sapa lagi.
    Ikutlah Gaddafi.
    Sandhurst trained.
    Bukan calang2, RMA Sandhurst.

    Sekadaq kita tengoklah, apa jadi.

    • ikut jejak budak tempoyak le….
      nak ikut sapa lagi……..
      siang pederaih tempoyak……
      malam buat tempeyek……..

      kah kah kah……….

      • salam nasik kandaq.
        hang tak bagi salam pon, takpa.
        kita bagi juga.

        orang takdak dok pederaih.
        tempoyak.
        yang orang dok pederaih.
        tehtarik aroma aura mamak.
        sukusakat hang lah.

        baru ingat.
        Saddam dulu dok ikut perangai hang lah.
        pu bukang belajaq.
        hang masuk pintu belakang keluaq pintu depan.

        ada ka.

      • Ghaddafi pulak,
        ikut sapa…???

        Ikut Budak Tadika…!!!

        KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!!

  2. takde cita pasal video seks anwar or dna anwar ke kat blog ni. ke bloogers pro anwar dah takut atau dah hilang keyakinan. ashik cita libya, syria aja.

  3. ko amik lerr dna ko mat romeo letak kek sapa-sapa di belakang chow kit tu n bg kek semail bongkok tu buat test musti anuar yg kono???kwang–kwang–kwang!

    ade lagi malaun yg bongok cam semail pdrm tu ye kek sini?


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