Tuesday, May 17, 2011

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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Rakaman Pendedahan Datuk Johari Abdul Berhubung Dalang Disebalik Video Lucah

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Rakaman Pendedahan Datuk Johari Abdul Berhubung Dalang Disebalik Video Lucah


Berita lanjut di http://anwaribrahimblog.com

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Hosni Mubarak resigns as president - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

Hosni Mubarak resigns as president - Middle East - Al Jazeera English


Pro-democracy protesters in Tahrir Square have vowed to take the protests to a 'last and final stage' [AFP]

Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president, has resigned from his post, handing over power to the armed forces.

Omar Suleiman, the vice-president, announced in a televised address that the president was "waiving" his office, and had handed over authority to the Supreme Council of the armed forces.

Suleiman's short statement was received with a roar of approval and by celebratory chanting and flag-waving from a crowd of hundreds of thousands in Cairo's Tahrir Square, as well by pro-democracy campaigners who attended protests across the country on Friday.

The crowd in Tahrir chanted "We have brought down the regime", while many were seen crying, cheering and embracing one another.

Mohamed ElBaradei, an opposition leader, hailed the moment as being the "greatest day of my life", in comments to the Associated Press news agency.

"The country has been liberated after decades of repression,'' he said.

"Tonight, after all of these weeks of frustration, of violence, of intimidation ... today the people of Egypt undoubtedly [feel they] have been heard, not only by the president, but by people all around the world," our correspondent at Tahrir Square reported, following the announcement.

"The sense of euphoria is simply indescribable," our correspondent at Mubarak's Heliopolis presidential palace, where at least ten thousand pro-democracy activists had gathered, said.

"I have waited, I have worked all my adult life to see the power of the people come to the fore and show itself. I am speechless." Dina Magdi, a pro-democracy campaigner in Tahrir Square told Al Jazeera.

"The moment is not only about Mubarak stepping down, it is also about people's power to bring about the change that no-one ... thought possible."

In Alexandria, Egypt's second city, our correspondent described an "explosion of emotion". He said that hundreds of thousands were celebrating in the streets.

Pro-democracy activists in the Egyptian capital and elsewhere had earlier marched on presidential palaces, state television buildings and other government installations on Friday, the 18th consecutive day of protests.

Anger at state television

At the state television building earlier in the day, thousands had blocked people from entering or leaving, accusing the broadcaster of supporting the current government and of not truthfully reporting on the protests.

"The military has stood aside and people are flooding through [a gap where barbed wire has been moved aside]," Al Jazeera's correspondent at the state television building reported.

He said that "a lot of anger [was] generated" after Mubarak's speech last night, where he repeated his vow to complete his term as president.

'Gaining momentum'

Outside the palace in Heliopolis, where at least ten thousand protesters had gathered in Cairo, another Al Jazeera correspondent reported that there was a strong military presence, but that there was "no indication that the military want[ed] to crack down on protesters".

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She said that army officers had engaged in dialogue with protesters, and that remarks had been largely "friendly".

Tanks and military personnel had been deployed to bolster barricades around the palace.

Our correspondent said the crowd in Heliopolis was "gaining momentum by the moment", and that the crowd had gone into a frenzy when two helicopters were seen in the air around the palace grounds.

"By all accounts this is a highly civilised gathering. people are separated from the palace by merely a barbed wire ... but nobody has even attempted to cross that wire," she said.

As crowds grew outside the palace, Mubarak left Cairo on Friday for the Red Sea resort of Sharm al-Shaikh, according to sources who spoke to Al Jazeera.

In Tahrir Square, hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered, chanting slogans against Mubarak and calling for the military to join them in their demands.

Our correspondent at the square said the "masses" of pro-democracy campaigners there appeared to have "clear resolution" and "bigger resolve" to achieve their goals than ever before.

However, he also said that protesters were "confused by mixed messages" coming from the army, which has at times told them that their demands will be met, yet in communiques and other statements supported Mubarak's staying in power until at least September.

Army statement

In a statement read out on state television at midday on Friday, the military announced that it would lift a 30-year-old emergency law but only "as soon as the current circumstances end".

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Thousands are laying siege to state television's office

The military said it would also guarantee changes to the constitution as well as a free and fair election, and it called for normal business activity to resume.

Al Jazeera's correspondent in Tahrir Square said people there were hugely disappointed with that army statement, and had vowed to take the protests to "a last and final stage".

"They're frustrated, they're angry, and they say protests need to go beyond Liberation [Tahrir] Square, to the doorstep of political institutions," she said.

Protest organisers have called for 20 million people to come out on "Farewell Friday" in a final attempt to force Mubarak to step down.

Alexandria protests

Hossam El Hamalawy, a pro-democracy organiser and member of the Socialist Studies Centre, said protesters were heading towards the presidential palace from multiple directions, calling on the army to side with them and remove Mubarak.

"People are extremely angry after yesterday's speech," he told Al Jazeera. "Anything can happen at the moment. There is self-restraint all over but at the same time I honestly can't tell you what the next step will be ... At this time, we don't trust them [the army commanders] at all."

An Al Jazeera reporter overlooking Tahrir said the side streets leading into the square were filling up with crowds.

"It's an incredible scene. From what I can judge, there are more people here today than yesterday night," she said.

Hundreds of thousands of protesters havehered
in the port city of Alexandria [AFP]

"The military has not gone into the square except some top commanders, one asking people to go home ... I don't see any kind of tensions between the people and the army but all of this might change very soon if the army is seen as not being on the side of the people."

Hundreds of thousands were participating in Friday prayers outside a mosque in downtown Alexandria, Egypt's second biggest city.

Thousands of pro-democracy campaigners also gathered outside a presidential palace in Alexandria.

Egyptian television reported that large angry crowds were heading from Giza, adjacent to Cairo, towards Tahrir Square and some would march on the presidential palace.

Protests are also being held in the cities of Mansoura, Mahala, Tanta, Ismailia, and Suez, with thousands in attendance.

Violence was reported in the north Sinai town of el-Arish, where protesters attempted to storm a police station. At least one person was killed, and 20 wounded in that attack, our correspondent said.

Dismay at earlier statement

In a televised address to the nation on Thursday, Mubarak said he was handing "the functions of the president" to Vice-President Omar Suleiman. But the move means he retains his title of president.

Halfway through his much-awaited speech late at night, anticipation turned into anger among protesters camped in Tahrir Square who began taking off their shoes and waving them in the air.

Immediately after Mubarak's speech, Suleiman called on the protesters to "go home" and asked Egyptians to "unite and look to the future."

Union workers have joined the protests over the past few days, effectively crippling transportation and several industries, and dealing a sharper blow to Mubarak’s embattled regime.


Source:
Al Jazeera and agencies



Hosni Mubarak resigns as president - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

Hosni Mubarak resigns as president - Middle East - Al Jazeera English


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Ariel Peterpan Dipenjara, Didenda



ARIEL PETERPAN diiringi oleh polis keluar dari pekarangan Mahkamah Daerah Bandung selepas dijatuhi hukuman semalam.


BANDUNG - Vokalis Ariel Peterpan atau nama sebenarnya Nazriel Irham, dijatuhi hukuman penjara tiga tahun enam bulan dan didenda 250 juta rupiah (RM85,000) atau penjara tiga bulan oleh Mahkamah Daerah Bandung semalam, setelah didapati bersalah membuat dan mengedar video pornografi melibatkan dirinya dengan artis Luna Maya dan Cut Tari.

Keputusan itu dibaca oleh Ketua Majelis Hakim kes itu, Singgih Budi Prakoso pada perbicaraan secara terbuka yang penuh sesak dengan orang ramai serta wartawan. Sebelum ini, perbicaraan diadakan secara tertutup.


LUNA MAYA


Mendengar keputusan itu, beberapa peminat wanita Ariel kelihatan menangis.

Hukuman itu adalah lebih ringan daripada tuntutan pihak pendakwaan pada 6 Januari lepas yang meminta mahkamah menjatuhkan hukuman penjara selama lima tahun terhadap penyanyi itu.

Ikuti berita selanjutnya di KOSMO! hari ini.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Mayat bayi dibunuh kejam ditemui dalam baldi


25/01/2011 4:06pm
Oleh AZIAN AZIZ

SHAH ALAM 25 Jan. – Mayat seorang bayi perempuan yang baru lahir ditikam bertubi-tubi di badan, dimasukkan dalam beg kain sebelum disumbat dalam baldi di dalam tandas di sebuah rumah panjang Batu 4 1/2, Kampung Jawa di sini hari ini.

Ibu bayi malang itu, seorang warga Myanmar berusia awal 20-an yang merupakan suspek kejadian ditahan bagi membantu siasatan.

Mayat bayi malang itu ditemui sepasukan polis yang tiba di tempat kejadian kira-kira pukul 12 tengah hari selepas mendapat maklumat daripada orang awam. – Utusan

Bayi Baru Lahir Ditemui Mati Ditikam

KLANG: Seorang bayi perempuan yang baru dilahirkan ditemui mati ditikam, dipercayai oleh ibunya di sebuah rumah sewa di Batu 4, Kampung Jawa di sini, Selasa.

Mayat bayi yang berlumuran darah akibat ditikam beberapa kali itu ditemui di atas pelapik plastik dalam bilik air rumah berkenaan.

Ketua Polis Daerah Shah Alam, Supritendan Zahedi Ayob berkata, wanita Myanmar yang mempunyai kad Suruhanjaya Tinggi Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu Bagi Orang Pelarian (UNHCR) dipercayai melahirkan bayi itu kira-kira pukul 9 pagi tadi.

“Wanita berusia 23 tahun itu dikatakan melahirkan anaknya bersendirian dan menyembunyikan diri dalam rumah sewanya.

“Polis mendapat panggilan pada pukul 12.45 tengah hari daripada orang awam yang mengesyaki sesuatu berlaku di rumah suspek,” katanya kepada pemberita di sini hari ini.

Beliau berkata wanita itu ditemui dalam keadaan lemah dalam rumah itu dan polis turut menemui sejenis objek tajam yang dipercayai diguna dalam kejadian itu.

Mayat bayi berkenaan dihantar ke Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR) di sini untuk bedah siasat manakala wanita terbabit yang ditahan mengikut Seksyen 302 Kanun Keseksaan bagi membantu siasatan kes itu, juga dihantar ke hospital yang sama untuk rawatan.

Sementara itu jiran wanita terbabit, Mohamad Salim Nur Syuri, 35, berkata semalam beliau melihat wanita itu masih mengandung.

“Semalam saya lihat perut besar, hari ini sudah kempis dan pagi tadi saya nampak bahagian belakang dia penuh dengan darah,” katanya. – BERNAMA

Bayi baru lahir ditemui mati ditikam


ANGGOTA polis wanita membawa mayat bayi yang dibunuh ibunya, warga Myanmar yang mempunyai kad Suruhanjaya Tinggi Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu Bagi Orang Pelarian (UNHCR). Bayi itu dipercayai dilahirkan kira-kira jam 9 pagi tadi di Batu 4, Kampong Jawa, di Klang, hari ini. – Foto Roslin Mat Tahir

2011/01/25

KLANG: Seorang bayi perempuan yang baru dilahirkan ditemui mati ditikam, dipercayai oleh ibunya di sebuah rumah sewa di Batu 4, Kampung Jawa di sini, hari ini.

Mayat bayi yang berlumuran darah akibat ditikam beberapa kali itu ditemui di atas pelapik plastik dalam bilik air rumah berkenaan.

Ketua Polis Daerah Shah Alam, Superintendan Zahedi Ayob, berkata wanita Myanmar yang mempunyai kad Suruhanjaya Tinggi Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu Bagi Orang Pelarian (UNHCR) dipercayai melahirkan bayi itu kira-kira jam 9 pagi tadi.

“Wanita berusia 23 tahun itu dikatakan melahirkan anaknya bersendirian dan menyembunyikan diri dalam rumah sewanya.

“Polis mendapat panggilan pada pukul 12.45 tengah hari daripada orang awam yang mengesyaki sesuatu berlaku di rumah suspek,” katanya di sini, hari ini.

Beliau berkata, wanita itu ditemui dalam keadaan lemah dalam rumah itu dan polis turut menemui sejenis objek tajam yang dipercayai diguna dalam kejadian itu.

Mayat bayi berkenaan dihantar ke Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR) di sini untuk bedah siasat, manakala wanita terbabit yang ditahan mengikut Seksyen 302 Kanun Keseksaan bagi membantu siasatan kes itu, juga dihantar ke hospital yang sama untuk rawatan.
Sementara itu, jiran wanita terbabit, Mohamad Salim Nur Syuri, 35, berkata semalam beliau melihat wanita itu masih mengandung.

“Semalam saya lihat perut besar, hari ini sudah kempis dan pagi tadi saya nampak bahagian belakang dia penuh dengan darah,” katanya. – BERNAMA

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