Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 28, 2011

Protes anti-kerajaan di Yemen, 110 terkorban

Yemeni anti-government protesters chant slogans against President Ali Abdullah Saleh during a demonstration calling for an end to his 32-year rule in the capital Sanaa on March 28, 2011 a day after the embattled leader warned of Somalia-like 'chaos' in Yemen if he steps down without an agreed successor.

Yemeni anti-government protesters chant slogans against President Ali Abdullah Saleh during a demonstration calling for an end to his 32-year rule in the capital Sanaa on March 28, 2011 a day after the embattled leader warned of Somalia-like ‘chaos’ in Yemen if he steps down without an agreed successor.

An anti-government protestor, center, displays his shoes with markings in arabic read, " Leave", during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa,Yemen, Monday, March 28, 2011. Yemen's president, clinging to power despite weeks of protests, scrapped an offer to step down by year's end on Sunday, as Islamic militants taking advantage of the deteriorating security took control of another southern town.

An anti-government protestor, center, displays his shoes with markings in arabic read, ” Leave”, during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa,Yemen, Monday, March 28, 2011. Yemen’s president, clinging to power despite weeks of protests, scrapped an offer to step down by year’s end on Sunday, as Islamic militants taking advantage of the deteriorating security took control of another southern town.

Anti-government protesters shout slogans during a rally to demand the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh outside Sanaa University March 28, 2011.

Anti-government protesters shout slogans during a rally to demand the ouster of Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh outside Sanaa University March 28, 2011.

Yemeni girls sitting with female anti-government protestors display their hands  during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa,Yemen, Monday, March 28, 2011. Yemen's president, clinging to power despite weeks of protests, scrapped an offer to step down by year's end on Sunday, as Islamic militants taking advantage of the deteriorating security took control of another southern town. The Arabic on the girls' hands from right, read " Murderer, leave", and " kill, leave".

Yemeni girls sitting with female anti-government protestors display their hands during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa,Yemen, Monday, March 28, 2011. Yemen’s president, clinging to power despite weeks of protests, scrapped an offer to step down by year’s end on Sunday, as Islamic militants taking advantage of the deteriorating security took control of another southern town. The Arabic on the girls’ hands from right, read ” Murderer, leave”, and ” kill, leave”.

Yemenis portesters shows their Yemeni flag colored hands reading in Arabic 'Leave,' during an anti-government demonstration in Sanaa on March 27, 2011 as embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh said today he does not want to cling on to power and warned that only dialogue can save the country he has ruled for three decades from sliding into civil war.

Yemenis portesters shows their Yemeni flag colored hands reading in Arabic ‘Leave,’ during an anti-government demonstration in Sanaa on March 27, 2011 as embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh said today he does not want to cling on to power and warned that only dialogue can save the country he has ruled for three decades from sliding into civil war.

A young Yemeni anti-government protester shows her palms bearing the Arabic writing 'leave you butcher', refering to President Ali Abdullah Saleh, during a demonstration calling for an end to his 32-year rule in the capital Sanaa on March 28, 2011 a day after the embattled leader warned of Somalia-like 'chaos' in Yemen if he steps down without an agreed successor.

A young Yemeni anti-government protester shows her palms bearing the Arabic writing ‘leave you butcher’, refering to President Ali Abdullah Saleh, during a demonstration calling for an end to his 32-year rule in the capital Sanaa on March 28, 2011 a day after the embattled leader warned of Somalia-like ‘chaos’ in Yemen if he steps down without an agreed successor.

Yemeni anti-government protesters chant slogans against President Ali Abdullah Saleh during a demonstration calling for an end to his 32-year rule in the capital Sanaa on March 28, 2011 a day after the embattled leader warned of Somalia-like 'chaos' in Yemen if he steps down without an agreed successor.

Yemeni anti-government protesters chant slogans against President Ali Abdullah Saleh during a demonstration calling for an end to his 32-year rule in the capital Sanaa on March 28, 2011 a day after the embattled leader warned of Somalia-like ‘chaos’ in Yemen if he steps down without an agreed successor.

Yemen explosion death toll rises

The death toll of an explosion in the ammunitions factory near the south Yemeni town of Jaar has climbed to at least 110 people, an official says.

The incident that wounded many others happened on Monday one day after militants seized the ammunitions factory and looted its equipment.

Witnesses said that a person lit a cigarette inside the plant, triggering the huge blast.

Local residents were inside the factory to collect what was left behind after the militant attack.

This is while the Middle Eastern state has been the scene of anti-government demonstrations, seeking an end to Ali Abdullah Saleh’s three-decade presidency.

The protests escalated on Sunday after Saleh made a controversial televised speech, saying his government is firm despite the rallies.

Nearly 100 protesters have been killed and many others have been injured in the government crackdown since protests against Saleh started in mid-February.

The protests prompted a string of army commanders, including Major General Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar, diplomats and tribal leaders to abandon Saleh and join the opposition severely weakening his position.PressTV


Responses

  1. Tulisan Arab kat tapak tangan tu,
    cuba kita buat stiker banyak-banayk,
    tampal kat kereta.

    Sebelah stiker tu pulak,
    letak gambar M.Najis al-Tantuya al-Monggoli.

    Pastu, cuba kita tengok,
    apa reaksi ustaz al-Monggoli nih…

    Rasanya dia “buat-buat bodo”…

    Pasai apa?

    SEBAB MEMANG DIA BODO…!!!

    KAH…!!! KAH…!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!!

    Ustaz yang cuma tau cakap Monggol,
    tapi tak reti bahasa Arab…!!!

    KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!!


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