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IRAN: Alami 3 Gempa Bumi****

Postby Adadeh » Sat Apr 01, 2006 4:09 am

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060331/ap_ ... iran_quake

Three Earthquakes Level Iranian Villages
By ALI AKBAR DAREINI, Associated Press Writer

TEHRAN, Iran - Earthquakes and aftershocks rattled western Iran one after another, flattening villages and sending frightened homeowners into the streets. By Friday morning 70 people were dead, 1,200 wounded, and thousands homeless.

The death toll would have been much higher, residents said, but police used loudspeakers to tell townspeople to sleep outside after a 4.7-magnitude quake struck Thursday evening.

Hours later, around 11 p.m., a 5.1-magnitude quake struck Boroujerd and Doroud, the Iranian Seismological Center said, followed by a 6.1-magnitude quake just before 5 a.m., according to the U.S. Geological Society. Aftershocks continued throughout the day.

A total of 70 bodies had been recovered from houses destroyed in Silakhor, a region north of Doroud, state-owned television reported.

The provincial head of the Unexpected Disaster Committee, Ali Barani, said no fewer than 200 villages were damaged, and some were flattened. The quakes' epicenters were 210 miles southwest of Tehran.

The quakes — at least 12 were recorded, one scientist said — caused panic, with people in Doroud running out of their homes. Many spent the night in the open.

"We are afraid to go back home. I spent the night with my family and guests in open space last night," Doroud resident Mahmoud Chaharmiri told the Associated Press by telephone.

Women who lost loved ones slapped their faces and beat their chests in grief, while those whose homes were destroyed searched for personal belongings amid the rubble.

As darkness fell Friday, people whose homes were still standing joined those who had lost theirs in sleeping outside, fearful that aftershocks might bring down the remaining buildings, many of which had large cracks in the walls.

Some planned to sleep in cars, while others gathered blankets and lit fires for warmth during the cold spring night. Others slept in tents from the Iranian Red Crescent.

President Bush offered assistance despite the major differences the U.S. has with Tehran over its nuclear program.

"We, obviously, have our differences with the Iranian government, but we do care about the suffering of Iranian people," Bush said at a news conference with the leaders of Mexico and Canada.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, visiting northern England, expressed "deep sympathy" to the Iranians.

Washington had not received an Iranian request for U.S. military aid, and none was being provided, Defense Department spokesman Bryan Whitman said Friday.

The U.S. military provided aid to the residents of Bam after the south Iranian city was devastated by an earthquake in 2003 that killed 26,000. Washington and Tehran have no diplomatic relations and are currently at loggerheads over U.S. claims that Iran is trying to develop nuclear weapons — a charge Iran denies.

Most of the 1,200 people injured Thursday and Friday had been in bed when the quake struck, state television said.

After the first quake struck Thursday evening, police in the city of Boroujerd and the town of Doroud toured the streets with loudspeakers urging people to leave their homes for fear of aftershocks. The warnings are thought to have contributed to a lower death toll than is usual in Iran for quakes of this magnitude.

Twelve aftershocks were registered after the first quake, said Nabi Bidhendi, the head of Tehran University's Geophysics Institute.

Such quakes have killed thousands of people in the past in the countryside where houses are often built of mud bricks.

Barani, the disaster official, told the official Islamic Republic News Agency that rescue teams had been sent to the region. Television showed survivors standing next to their destroyed homes.

Barani said hospitals in the cities of Doroud and Boroujerd were full and could not receive further injured. Officials recalled doctors and nurses from vacation to help treat the injured. Iranians are celebrating Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, and most government offices are closed.

Iran is located on seismic fault lines and is prone to earthquakes. It experiences at least one slight earthquake every day on average.
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Postby DARAH DAN DOA » Sat Apr 01, 2006 8:22 am

Tuh kan apa gue bilang, sebuluk2nya Quran masih ada aja yg nyangkut :D

dr Wikipedia : Some traditions of Islam relate that he will appear at ISFAHAN, and that he will rally the Isfahan Jews and many women to his support.

Kira2 dia Image bakal muncul dimana yah?

masak iya sih tu reaktor bkl....... :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Postby ali5196 » Sat Apr 01, 2006 9:22 pm

Sebelum AS bantu Iran, suruh iran minta maaf dulu seenak perutnya menghina dan meledek AS karena tragedi New Orleans.

Tahu rasa lu ! Mana ahmadinejad yg suka maki2 AS ? Bungkem dia mulutnya ? Mana mungkin ! OOOO tunggu ... jangan2 dia nyebarin berita bahwa gempa bumi ini KIRIMAN AS !! Dan orang2 percaya pula.



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Postby Phoenix » Sun Apr 02, 2006 8:21 am

Loh emangnya Saudi Arabia kaga nolongin? Kan paling deket...kaya lagi...
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Postby pak_raden » Mon Apr 03, 2006 11:21 pm

Kalo dana untuk teroris sih ok ... tapi untuk nulungin korban gempa pake kalkulator dulu la yow ... alloh 3x tulungin dong ...
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Postby Phoenix » Tue Apr 04, 2006 6:34 am

ENtar ngirimnya korma...
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