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Re: Bentrokan demonstran IM dan polisi tinggal tunggu waktu

PostPosted: Mon Aug 12, 2013 5:08 pm
by qprim
Egypt police prepare to clear Cairo protest camps
Security officials say police may move in on supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi as early as Monday morning
Associated Press in Cairo
theguardian.com, Monday 12 August 2013 07.56 BST

Supporters of Egypt's ousted president have dug in at their two Cairo sit-ins after security officials said police would besiege the entrenched protest camps within 24 hours – perhaps as early as Monday morning.
The latest development sets the stage for a possible confrontation between the military-backed government and the thousands gathered at the protest sites in support of Mohammed Morsi. The protesters have said they will not leave until Morsi, ousted in a coup on 3 July, is reinstated.

Security officials said they would set up cordons around the protest sites to bar anyone from entering, and one of the officials said that could begin as soon as sunrise on Monday.

A special force within the riot police trained for crowd dispersal is expected to deal with protesters. In the past, however, Egypt's riot police, many lacking the training to deal with unarmed civilians, have resorted to using lethal force.

Mass rallies two weeks ago called by Egypt's military leader, General Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, showed that a large segment of Egypt's population backs the armed forces' actions against Morsi's supporters.


Selengkapnya: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/aug/12/egypt-police-cairo-protest-camps

Kayaknya tinggal tunggu waktu, bentrokan pasti akan terjadi. Semoga tidak jatuh banyak korban. :(

Massa pendukung IM terkonsentrasi di dua lokasi ini
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Dan anak2x kecil yang belum ngerti apa2x ini ada kemungkinan ikut jadi korban :( :(

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Re: Akhirnya bentrokan berdarah terjadi juga

PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2013 10:21 pm
by qprim
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Akhirnya bentrokan berdarah terjadi juga di Cairo

CAIRO -- Egypt's police and military stormed a pair of Muslim Brotherhood protest sites here early on Wednesday morning, leaving several protesters dead and dozens wounded as violence threatened to spill across the city.
The storming of the protest sites, at the Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque in Nasr City and another one in Nahda square, had been anticipated for more than a week, but came as a surprise when it began at 7 a.m. local time.
Reporters counted the bodies of more than 40 people after security forces moved in, but the Muslim Brotherhood has put the figure at more than 100.


Selengkapnya: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/14/egyptian-security-forces-clear-sit-ins_n_3753421.html#liveblog

Belum ada informasi yang cukup valid, berapa sebenarnya jumlah korban dari bentrokan terakhir ini. Dan apakah pendukung Morsi berhasil dibubarkan sepenuhnya atau masih ada konsentrasi massa di Cairo.

Di wilayah lain Mesir, minoritas kristen koptik menjadi sasaran kemarahan pendukung Mursi.

Supporters of deposed Islamist president Mohamed Mursi torched three churches in central Egypt on Wednesday in reprisal attacks as police dispersed demonstrations in Cairo, reports said.

The assailants threw firebombs at Mar Gergiss church in Sohag, a city with a large community of Coptic Christians who comprise up to 10 percent of Egypt’s 84 million people, causing it to burn down, the official MENA news agency said.
Security officials told AFP that another two churches were attacked in el-Menia province, leaving them partially damaged by fire.
Coptic rights group the Maspero Youth Union reported the same information, accusing Mursi’s Muslim Brotherhood movement of “waging a war of retaliation” against the country’s Christians.

 
Selengkapnya: http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2013/08/14/Reports-Mursi-supporters-torch-three-churches-in-Egypt.html

Yang membubarkan camp demonstran adalah polisi dan tentara, tapi yang jadi sasaran kemarahan adalah minoritas yang lebih lemah :( :( . Semoga pemerintahan sementara di Mesir juga memikirkan keselamatan minoritas kristen koptik di sana.

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Re: Mesir Bergolak, 100+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 1:01 am
by usmanabdullah
terus terang sedih melihat Mesir dgn kesombongan ala Firaun nya jadi penuh mouselem seperti skrg... Eh malah mereka bunuh2an antara massa pro dan anti mursi...

Andai mesir tetap mesir yg dulu ya mungkin mereka tidak akan seperti skrg di jajah ideologi eslam...

Cepat pulih Mesir jgn seperti Suriah atau Irak...

PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 3:32 am
by ali5196
GANG IKHWAN BAKAR TIGA GEREJA???

http://internasional.kompas.com/read/20 ... aign=Khlwp
 

SIlahkan ke fesbuk Coptic Defence League dan baca sendiri gereja2 yg hangus oleh Ikhwans yg frustrasi kehilangan kekuasaan. JUMLAH TOTAL GEREJA YG DISERANG IKHWANS HARI INI ADALAH ENAMBELAS(termasuk satu rumah pendeta) !! https://www.facebook.com/Coptic.Defense.League

A total of 14 Coptic Churches destroyed as at Events on the 14/8/2013, up until 12.50pm.

1- The Church of the Virgin Mary and Anba Abram for the Coptic Orthodox in the village of delgha, the district of Deir mawas, the province of Al-Minya, (burnt and totally demolished)

2- The Church of St. Mina for the Coptic Orthodox, in Abu-Helal west district, Province of Al-Minya, (Church burnt)

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3- The Church of St George for the Coptic Orthodox, diocese land, province of Sohag, (Church burnt) FOTO2 ATAS!

4- The Baptist Church in the district of Bani-Mazar in the Province of Al-Minya (Church burnt)
5- The Church of the Virsion Lady for the Coptic Orthodox, in the village of Al-Nazlah, district Youssef Al-Sedeek in the province of Fayoum, (Church burnt)
6- The Convent of the good Sheppard and the attached school, in the province of Suez (burnt)
7- The Church of the Franciscan Fathers 23rd Street, province of Suez (burnt)
8- The Bible society association in the Province of Fayoum (burnt)
9- The Church of Anba Maximus 45th Street Alexandria (assaults/aggravation)
10- The Church of Prince Tawadros Al-Shotbi (burnt)
11- The Church of the Virgin for the Coptic Orthodox, in the Butchers street, the district of Abu-Helal in the province of Al-Minya (burnt)
12- The Church of St. Mark for the Coptic Catholic, in the district of Abu-Hilal in the Province of Al-Minya (burnt)
13- The Church of the Jesuit Fathers in the district of Abu-Hilal, in the Province of Al-Minya (burnt)
14- The church of the Virsion and anba Abram in the province of Sohag (burnt)
15- The Church of St. Mark and the the services Building, Al-kahraba Street, in the Province of Sohag (burnt)
16- The house of Father Angeleos Malek, the parish priest of St Mary and St Abram in delga, the district of Dir-Mawas, in the province of Al-Menya, (House totally burnt and destroyed)

KEMARIN, 10 gereja dibakar dalam TIGA jam saja!

St. Abraam and St. Mary Church, Delga village - Minya
St. Mina Church, Abu Hilal - Minya
St. George Church - Sohag
St. Maximus church, street 45 - Alexandria
St. Tawadros Monastery - Nazla Fayoum
St. Mary church - Nazla Fayoum
Deir Mawas Diocese - Minya
Friends of the Bible community - Al Fayoum

JADI TOTAL GEREJA YG DIBAKAR DLM DUA HARI = 26.

Ini tweet seorang Uskup Koptik: ''Mereka bisa bakar gereja2 & rumah2 kami, tapi mereka tidak pernah bisa menggoyahkan agama dan cinta kami bagi Mesir. Bersatu Kita Teguh! Tuhan mengampuni!''

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A total of 14 Coptic Churches destroyed as at Events on the 14/8/2013, up until
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 6:18 am
by ali5196

Pendukung Muslim Brotherhood nampak membawa senapan AK47 & menembakkannya kearah tentara. Bbrp detik kemudian, sekelompok lelaki dgn rucksack, juga menembakkan senapan mrk dibelakang pohon.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 7:05 am
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Untungnya, itu gambare Yesus, jadi ga ada yang komentar.

...coba itu kaligrafi arab lafas Allah Swt., pasti itu onta pada bilang mujizat, dll.
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Re: Mesir Bergolak, 100+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 3:11 pm
by sixpackguy
Ketegasan militer sangat perlu menghadapi muslim2 bebal spt IM ini. Tapi pertumpahan darah harusnya dihindari.
Jatuhnya ratusan korban kemarin tentu saja jadi kecaman dunia. Yg dilakukan IM dgn victim mentality muslimnya ini kerjaannya bikin kacau lalu mewek2 kalo diserbu. Ngajak ribut militer lalu dgn liciknya nangis2 nyari simpati dunia kalo ada korban.

Pemerintah hanya ingin menghindari Mesir kepada kekacauan yg lebih dalam akibat aksi2 protes pro morsi.
Krn protes2 yg dilakukan IM berminggu2, yg hampir terjadi skrg ini (atau mungkin sudah terjadi) adalah absence of law. Bagaimana kalo penduduk dgn 70an jt orang ini mengalami absence of law?
Bisa2 korbannya bukan hanya ratusan spt skrg lagi, dan jutaan kristen koptik bisa terancam genosida.

Re: Mesir Bergolak, 100+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 3:20 pm
by sixpackguy
Video: Police van thrown off bridge
In one of the most dramatic events to take place in Cairo Wednesday morning, a group of protesters pushed and threw an armored police vehicle off a bridge, as intense clashes followed on the streets below.

Adel Abdel Ghafar tweeted the following image that shows the van in the air as it dropped down from the bridge.

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Churches attacked, burned
Amid the fierce clashes taking place in Cairo, numerous reports and images are emerging of churches that have been attacked and burned elsewhere in the country.

Egyptian news Web site Mada Masr has some details on the attacks:

In Sohag [a city on the west bank of the Nile 245 miles south of Cairo], Bishop of Mar Girgis Church Moussa Ibrahim told Mada Masr that the church was set ablaze by Muslim Brotherhood supporters at 9:30 am in the absence of police forces, despite repeated threats against the church.

The biggest church in the governorate, Mar Girgis is located in Thakafa Square near the Brotherhood sit-in. Three other small churches were also attacked in Sohag but Ibrahim could not confirm the extent of the damage.

A Coptic resident living near the church told Mada Masr that shops owned by Copts and Muslims in front of the church were destroyed. Live shots were heard in the area as citizens began forming popular committees.

Al-Jazeera posted this image on Twitter, which it says shows a church after being attacked and burned in Sohag.
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Jon Williams, foreign editor for ABC News, posted this image on Twitter, of a church set ablaze in Sohag.
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wor ... rsi-camps/


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St. Mary Church burning in Fayoum


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Many shared this photo reportedly of Muslims protecting a church in the governate of Sohag


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Smoke coming out of the Greek Church in #Suez People are Protecting it now


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Re: Mesir Bergolak, 100+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 3:49 pm
by sixpackguy
Egypt bloodshed: Death toll rises to 327 after troops clear pro-Morsi camps

CAIRO – Egypt descended into a chaotic bloodbath – and another political crisis - Wednesday after security forces backed by bulldozers moved into opposition protest camps set up by supporters of ousted president Mohammed Morsi, sparking deadly violence.

Interim Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi spoke in a televised address late Wednesday of a "difficult day for Egypt" but said the government had no choice but to order the crackdown to prevent anarchy spreading.

"We found that matters had reached a point that no self-respecting state could accept," he said.

Early Thursday, the country's health ministry announced that at least 327 people were killed and 2,930 others injured. That toll looked certain to rise as unrest spread from Cairo to other parts of the country.

According to Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim, 43 security force members were also killed in the violence, including 18 police officers who died while clearing out protest camps.


Ibrahim also denied earlier reports that eight leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood were arrested during the police operation and charged with inciting violence.

The forceful removal of the pro-Morsi sit-in demonstrators brought condemnation from the United States and the United Nations.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said “today’s events are deplorable and they run counter to Egyptian's aspirations for peace.”

The violence in Cairo also prompted the resignation of interim government minister Mohamed ElBaradei.

A month-long nationwide state of emergency was declared, and a nighttime curfew imposed in some areas, as the interim government sought to restore order.

Kerry said the U.S. “strongly opposes a return to the state of emergency law” and “supports the Egyptian people's hopes for a prompt and sustainable transition to an inclusive sustainable democracy.”

At field hospitals near the two camp locations, dozens of bodies were laid out as the injured sheltered from tear gas and gunfire.

Protesters wrapped the body of one man who had been shot in the chest.

"It is nasty inside, they are destroying our tents. We can't breathe inside and many people are in hospital," volunteer Murad Ahmed told a Reuters correspondent at the Rabaa camp in the Nasr City district of the city.

"We are here, all of us, we are willing to be dead here for the sake of freedom," a professor of ophthalmology at the scene told NBC News. "They are shooting us with guns...and killing people here and we have nothing in our hands, we have nothing in our hands."

Among those killed were Asmaa Beltagy - the 17-year-old daughter of Mohammed Beltagy, one of the Muslim Brotherhood's top leaders - and at least two international journalists.

At one stage, a woman was seen trying to stop a bulldozer from causing further injury to a wounded youth.

At a hospital morgue, a Reuters reporter counted 29 bodies, including that of a 12-year-old boy. Most had died of gunshot wounds to the head.

Egypt’s interior ministry said only tear gas had been used to clear the sit camps, but a Reuters reporter said he saw about 20 protesters who had been shot in the legs by soldiers.

Pro-Morsi protesters were seen throwing stones and Molotov cocktails at troops, Reuters reported.

The violent scenes prompted an angry backlash across Egypt, including attacks on churches and the killing of an air force colonel in a highway ambush.

At one stage, armed protesters were inside Cairo Zoo, firing at police, state television reported.

The U.S. Embassy was closed, the country’s stock exchange suspended and train services halted,


United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon condemned the violence used by Egypt’s security forces.

“While the UN is still gathering precise information about today's events, it appears that hundreds of people were killed or wounded in clashes between security forces and demonstrators,” he said in a statement.

Turkey’s prime minister called on the United Nations Security Council to help, describing Wednesday's events as a “massacre.”

"The international community, especially the U.N. Security Council and Arab League, must act immediately to stop this massacre," Tayyip Erdogan's office said in a statement.

The sit-in camps were formed in protest at the military-backed July 3 ouster of democratically elected Morsi.

More than 300 people have already died in political violence since the army deposed Morsi exactly 12 months into his four-year term as president.

On Tuesday, police fired tear gas at Morsi supporters who marched on the country's Ministry of Religious Endowment.


NBC News' Alastair Jamieson and Becky Bratu, Reuters and The Associated Press contributed to this report.


http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013 ... orsi-camps

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Re: Mesir Bergolak, 300+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 8:40 pm
by sixpackguy
'We will not cower': Muslim Brotherhood pledges fightback as Egypt death toll climbs to 525

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By Ayman Mohyeldin and Alastair Jamieson, NBC News

CAIRO – The Muslim Brotherhood pledged to bring down Egypt’s military-backed interim government Thursday, deepening the country’s political crisis as the official death toll from clashes between security forces and supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi climbed to 525.

“We will rise and rise again until we push the military back into the barracks and restore democracy,” Gehad El-Haddad, spokesman for the Islamist organization, said on his Twitter feed.

“We will not bow down, we will not cower,” said El-Haddad, adding that the security forces had shown “unbelievable brutality”.

President Barack Obama was expected to speak about the crisis at 10.15 a.m ET.

Hundreds of angry Morsi supporters attacked and set fire to the offices of the governor of Cairo's Giza district at about 2 p.m. local time (8 a.m. ET). They threw Molotov cocktails and fired live ammunition into the building as government workers fled, according to security sources.

The Muslim Brotherhood also announced plans to hold a march Thursday in Cairo.

El-Haddad's call to arms followed a bloody day of unrest in Egypt, after security forces - backed by bulldozers - cleared two Cairo sit-in camps protesting the military's removal of the country's democratically elected leader. The health ministry announced Thursday that the death toll from subsequent clashes reached 525, with 3,572 others injured. Activists said the true death toll was much higher.
The violent clearance of the camps triggered a backlash around Egypt, prompting the interim government to declare a month-long state of emergency and impose a night-time curfew.

Secretary of State John Kerry described the situation as “deplorable.” The unrest also sparked the resignation of Nobel Peace Prize winner and interim government minister Mohamed ElBaradei.

In a troubling indication of the increasingly sectarian nature of Egypt's divisions, Reuters cited state media and security sources as saying that a number of churches had been attacked across Egypt.

Churches were attacked in the Nile Valley towns of Minya, Sohag and Assiut, where Christians escaped across the roof into a neighboring building after a mob surrounded and hurled bricks at their place of worship, state news agency MENA said.

Authorities referred 84 people from the city of Suez, including Muslim Brotherhood members and supporters, to military prosecutors on Thursday on charges of murder and burning churches, the state news agency reported.


As Egypt awoke to the first full day of its month-long state of emergency, Cairo appeared calm.

Traffic flowed through the former site of the Rabaa camp, and many Egyptians expressed support for the army in removing the protest camps. Passing drivers were beeping their horns, shouting “Long live Egypt” and slowing to shake hands with soldiers guarding the scorched area.

“I support the army,” said Mohamed, a student. “Now we are free, finally.”

A woman called Isra said: “What happened [on July 3] is not a coup, it is a people’s revolution. I support anyone who supported us to get rid of the terrorism we saw in the streets in the past year.”


But while the streets were quiet, activists rallied online – using social media to collate pictures and first-hand accounts of Wednesday’s violence at the Rabaa and Nahda camps.

Images of bodies piled high in mosques and other makeshift morgues were posted on Twitter, while on Facebook one activist set up a gruesome gallery showing victims of the violence.

Egypt’s Interior Ministry also posted pictures - of the 13 policemen killed by pro-Morsi protesters who fought back during the camp clearances.
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set ... 65fa8f6444

El-Haddad said the Muslim Brotherhood and its allies had suffered a "very strong blow" in Wednesday's crackdown, and that the whereabouts of all its key leaders could not be ascertained.

The turmoil is the latest chapter in a bitter standoff between Morsi's supporters and the interim leadership that seized control of the Arab world's most populous country on July 3.

Morsi’s removal came after millions of Egyptians massed in the streets at the end of June to call for him to step down, accusing him of giving the Brotherhood undue influence and failing to implement vital reforms or bolster the ailing economy.

Morsi himself has been held at an undisclosed location, and faces charges – brought by the security forces – that he colluded with Palestinian militants.

His detention was extended Thursday for another 30 days.

NBC News' Charlene Gubash and Reuters contributed to this report.



http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013 ... mbs-to-525

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Re: Mesir Bergolak, 500+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 9:20 pm
by usmanabdullah
tadi liat di metro mister SBY memprotes tindakan tentara dan polisi dlm menindak demonstran pro mursi...
katanya mesir di suruh belajar dari negeri ini...

belajar? belajar memperlakukan minoritas?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2013 6:25 am
by ali5196
PENGIKUT MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD KEROYOK & BUNUH 4 POLISI

GAMBAR2 MENGERIKAN!


Kalau video gak keluar, click disini: http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=608_1376516801
Aug 14, 2013: anggota militia Tnazm Musllim Brotherhood menyerang stasiun polisi Kerdasa dan membunuh secara biadab Brigadir Mahmoud Gabr, satpam, dua asisten setelah membakar stasiun polisi tsb. Mrk juga membakar mobil2 polisi dan mencuri semua senjata api.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2013 6:28 am
by ali5196

Re: Mesir Bergolak, 500+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:08 am
by Utbahbinabuwaqqash
Lha itu kan penggenapan Yesaya 19, sejak kejatuhan Hosni Mubarak sampa skrg...
Diberkatilah Israel!!!

Re: Mesir Bergolak, 500+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2013 10:06 am
by usmanabdullah
Utbahbinabuwaqqash wrote:Lha itu kan penggenapan Yesaya 19, sejak kejatuhan Hosni Mubarak sampa skrg...
Diberkatilah Israel!!!


Yang terjadi di Mesir sekarang seperti yang dinubuatkan pada Yesaya 19:1-2

Namun aku menantikan Yesaya 19:19-20 terjadi...

TUHAN akan memberkati Mesir
TUHAN memberkati Israel...

Re: Mesir Bergolak, 500+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2013 10:31 am
by usmanabdullah
Ikhwanul Muslimin Serukan Unjuk Rasa Besar-besaran Usai Salat Jumat
Novi Christiastuti Adiputri - detikNews
Operasi pembersihan pendukung Morsi (Getty Images)
Pembantaian Rakyat Mesir
Kairo - Banyak pendukungnya tewas dibantai aparat polisi Mesir, Ikhwanul Muslimin menyerukan unjuk rasa besar-besaran. Mereka mengimbau para pendukungnya turun ke jalanan usai salat Jumat hari ini untuk mengikuti aksi yang dijuluki 'Jumat Kemarahan' ini.

"Unjuk rasa anti-kudeta akan digelar dari seluruh masjid di Kairo dan menuju ke alun-alun Ramsis setelah salat Jumat, dalam 'Jumat Kemarahan'," seru juru bicara Ikhwanul Muslimin, Gehad al-Haddad melalui akun Twitter-nya dan dilansir AFP, Jumat (16/8/2013).

Haddad mengimbau agar para pendukung Morsi tetap kuat, tabah dan bertekad. "Kita akan berjuang keras untuk melengserkan kudeta militer ini," ucapnya.

Di sisi lain, seruan untuk turun ke jalanan ini justru memicu kekhawatiran akan kembali terjadi bentrokan yang berujung maut. Terlebih, korban tewas dalam bentrokan berdarah pada Rabu (14/8) telah mencapai 638 orang dan diperkirakan terus bertambah.

Saat ini Mesir dalam keadaan darurat nasional yang ditetapkan selama 1 bulan ke depan. Banyak wilayah yang menetapkan jam malam dan warga dilarang untuk turun ke jalan dan berkumpul di tempat umum.

Dalam kondisi ini, Kementerian Dalam Negeri Mesir menginstruksikan penggunakan senjata jika terjadi serangan terhadap fasilitas atau bangunan milik pemerintah.

Beragam kritikan dan kecaman diarahkan kepada pemerintahan sementara Mesir dan aparatnya. Bahkan Dewan Keamanan PBB akan menggelar sidang mendadak untuk membahas situasi Mesir terkini.
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Jumatan dulu kumpulin tenaga buat bertemu 72 houri... Bakal tambah seru ini kayaknya... Saya jadi ingat sama trit nya si kre-setan yang SLOS... Hahahaha...
Kudeta militer berlangsung damai tercatat sebagai kudeta yang tidak berdarah... Eh, Ikhwanul mouselemen karena bermental SLOS membuat perlawanan berdarah... Jadilah Mesir berdarah-darah... Semoga tidak seperti Suriah...


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Re: Mesir Bergolak, 500+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:14 pm
by Bigman
“Lebih dari 70 persen warga Mesir tidak mendukung Ikhwanul Muslimin,”!
Jum'at, 16 Agustus 2013 14:22 wib

Tidak Semua Warga Mesir Dukung Ikhwanul Muslimin

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Korban Kerusuhan Mesir (Foto: Herald Scotland)

KAIRO – Aksi represif yang diterima anggota Ikhwanul Muslimin menarik simpati warga Mesir. Namun, ada juga warga yang merasa para demonstran pantas menerima tindakan keras aparat.

“Lebih dari 70 persen warga Mesir tidak mendukung Ikhwanul Muslimin,” ujar seorang warga Kota Kairo, Mahmoud Albaz, seperti dikutip Reuters, Jumat (16/8/2013).

“(Ikhwanul Muslimin) memaksa aparat berbuat keras,” lanjutnya.

Pengamat menyatakan, kurangnya dukungan untuk Ikhwanul Muslimin di Kota Kairo sebagai hal yang wajar. Basis pendukung kelompok itu sebagian besar ada di wilayah pedesaan.


Banyak warga perkotaan yang tidak suka dengan Ikhwanul Muslimin saat berkuasa. Mereka merasa kelompok itu berusaha melakukan Islamisasi.

Kerusuhan besar terjadi di Kota Kairo dan wilayah lainnya pada Rabu, 14 Agustus. Aparat menembaki anggota Ikhwanul Muslimin yang sejak sebulan lalu melakukan aksi protes atas kudeta terhadap Mohamed Morsi. Pendemo menuntut Morsi dibebaskan dari tahanan dan dikembalikan kekuasaannya sebagai presiden.

Sumber-> http://international.okezone.com/read/2 ... l-muslimin
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Hihihii, ane kira ntuh eslam2 di Mesir pade demen ame eslam sebenernya,,,, ngga taunya kek di Indonesia,,,
Banyak rakyat Mesir nyang berpendidikan, ngga demen ame eslam asli, hihihihi.... :finga:

Nyang demen ame eslam kaffah,
cuman orang nyang kurang fendidikan doank kek fpi & konco2nya....!
:butthead:

“Lebih dari 70 persen warga Mesir tidak mendukung Ikhwanul Muslimin,”!
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Re: Mesir Bergolak, 500+Tewas, Morsi Ditangkap, Apa Kini?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2013 10:27 pm
by Bigman
Inilah alasan tentara & polisi Mesir menjatuhkan Dr Morsi (Presiden Mesir)!


Published on Jul 4, 2013

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2013 3:32 am
by ali5196
DIDALAM KAMP2 DEMO IKHWANUL MUSLIMIN: PENYIKSAAN, PEMERKOSAAN & PEMBUNUHAN MASSAL
By Raymond Ibrahim
August 14, 2013
http://www.raymondibrahim.com/from-the- ... ss-murder/


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Korban IM yg disiksa, di-elektrokusi dan jarinya diputuskan dalam kamp2 demo IM

Anda sudah mendengar ttg kantor2 IM yg dijadikan kamar2 penyiksaan, bukan? Nah, ini lain lagi. Ini penyiksaan2 yg terjadi dlm tenda2 demo pro-Morsi yg barusan diberangus militer.

Lelaki dlm foto diatas ditutuh mencuri dan ia lalu disiksa dan jarinya dipotong sesuai syariah. Ia bukan pendukung IM dan ia juga bantah telah mencuri. Tapi pengikut2 pro-Morsi berkelakuan spt mafia dan bukannya menyerahkannya kpd polisi tapi, kata korban, mereka 'mengatakan akan menyerahkan saya kepada Allah.' Ia dibawa kesebuah ruangan dan disiksa selama 14 jam, termasuk disiram dgn air dan di-elektrokusi, ditusuk dan disilet. Di menit 3:47 ia menunjukkan dadanya yg dicabik2. Lalu penyiksa2nya mengucapkan BISMILLAH saat memulai memotong jarinya. INi videonya:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J29WaUD5s5A

WANITA tidak luput menjadi target dlm kamp2 IM. Mereka dilecehkan kalau menolak nge-sex dgn pendukung2 IM. Seorang wanita disiksa sampai mati dan seorang lagi sedang di RS dgn luka2 parah. Salah satu organisasi pembela hak wanita Mesir mengatakan mereka akan ''segera meng-ekspos pelanggaran HAM ini yg dijalankan atas perintah Pengarah Umum IM, Muhammad Badie, utk memaksa wanita2 melakukan sex-jihad (jihad al nikah), dan yang menolak akan disiksa sampai mati.”

Dlm wawancara ini, seorang wartawati Mesir diculik di Rab‘a dipukuli dan dipaksa tinggal karena ''kami perlu wanita bagi sex.” Logika dibelakang jihad al-nikah ini adalah bhw bersenggama dgn lelaki IM perjaka membantu mrk menyalurkan frustrasi seksual mrk shg mrk bisa lebih berfokus memperkuat Islam, yg bagi IM berarti memberkuat IM.

Belum lagi dgn ditemukannya jenazah2. Menurut wartawan Ahmed Musa dr Tahrir TV channel, salah seorang pendemo pro-Morsi mengaku bahwa kepemimpinan IM telah membunuh lebih dari 80 orang yg mrk tuduh sbg informan polisi atau mencoba melarikan diri dari kamp2 IM. Jenasah2 mrk dikubur dlm kuburan massal di Rab‘a. Menurut sang pendemo, IM takut bahwa jika kamp2 mrk dibongkar, kejahatan2 mrk bisa terekspos dan Mendagri akan memfoto kuburan2 massal ini dan menyiarkannya ke dunia. Sejauh ini 28 jenasah sudah ditemukan dgn tanda2 penyiksaan pada tubuh mrk. :supz: :supz:

PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2013 3:38 am
by ali5196
PERPUSTAKAAN TERMASYUR, ALEXANDRIA, DISERANG & DITEMBAKI PENDUKUNG IKHWAN!!

Tindakan kriminal terhdp peradaban dunia!
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world ... 172641.htm

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