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Syria kini zon pembunuhan pemerintahan syiah terhadap rakyat sunni (39 photos)

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Post on 16-2-2012 10:13 PM |All posts

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Months after the first uprisings against the regime of President al-Assad, the fighting and killing still goes on in Syrian towns and cities. And the West stands by and lets it happen. Wehereas we fully supported the rebels in Libya with arms and even air support we stand by on the side lines when it comes to Syria. Im sure there is a good political reason, but a human life is a human life. No? Only last week China and Russia used their veto, again, to block a UN resolution calling on President al-Assad to step down or face sanctions or worse. The Western countries were outraged, but thats just hypocritical as the US does exactly the same any time a UN resolution is put forward with regards to the Isreali occupation of the Palestinian territories and its building of settlements on that land.
In short, our politicians are saying the Syrian people should not rely on any of us as well only act if it is in our own interest. Good luck and stay strong, we hope reporting on your plight might help in some way.
Warning: some graphic images below.



1 Anti-government demonstrators attend the funeral of people whom they said were killed during clashes with government troops in earlier protests against Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad, in Marat al-Numan near the northern province of Idlib February 6, 2012. Picture taken February 6, 2012.  REUTERS/Handout   



2 Residents rest in a shelter in Baba Amro near Homs February 8, 2012. Syrian forces thrusting into the rebellious city of Homs on Wednesday killed at least 67 civilians, including three families slain in their homes by militiaman loyal to President Bashar al-Assad, activists said.     REUTERS/Mulham Alnader  



3 A damaged house is seen in Baba Amro near Homs February 8, 2012. REUTERS/Mulham Alnader/Handout



4 A wounded man is seen in the Sunni Muslim district of Bab Amro in Homs in this handout picture received February 8, 2012. Syrian forces thrust into the rebellious city of Homs on Wednesday, killing as many as 100 civilians by the account of opposition activists, and Turkey appeared to be preparing a new diplomatic push against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad. REUTERS/Mulham Alnader/Handout



5 A wounded man is seen in the Sunni Muslim district of Bab Amro in Homs in this handout picture received February 8, 2012. Syrian forces thrust into the rebellious city of Homs on Wednesday, killing as many as 100 civilians by the account of opposition activists, and Turkey appeared to be preparing a new diplomatic push against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad. REUTERS/Mulham Alnader/Handout



6 Damaged houses are seen in the Sunni Muslim district of Bab Amro in Homs in this handout picture received February 8, 2012. Syrian forces thrust into the rebellious city of Homs on Wednesday, killing as many as 100 civilians by the account of opposition activists, and Turkey appeared to be preparing a new diplomatic push against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad. REUTERS/Mulham Alnader/Handout



7 Damaged houses are seen in the Sunni Muslim district of Bab Amro in Homs in this handout picture received February 8, 2012. Syrian forces thrust into the rebellious city of Homs on Wednesday, killing as many as 100 civilians by the account of opposition activists, and Turkey appeared to be preparing a new diplomatic push against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad. REUTERS/Mulham Alnader/Handout



8 Demonstrators protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Yabroud, near Damascus, February 7, 2012. Syrian forces thrust into the rebellious city of Homs on Wednesday, killing as many as 100 civilians by the account of opposition activists, and Turkey appeared to be preparing a new diplomatic push against Assad. Picture taken February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Handout



9 Syrian refugees walk outside the Boynuyogun refugee camp on the Turkish-Syrian border in Hatay province February 8, 2012. There are 1,750 Syrian refugees living in the camp which was set up by the Turkish Red Crescent. The Turkish Foreign Ministry says there are currently some 10,000 Syrian refugees living in six different camps in Turkey. Picture taken February 8, 2012. REUTERS/Murad Sezer



10 Vehicles and a building damaged by an explosion are seen in Syria's northern city of Aleppo February 10, 2012. Twenty-five people were killed and 175 people were wounded in two blasts targeting security bases in Aleppo on Friday, state television quoted the Health Ministry as saying. REUTERS/George Orfalian



11 Syrian security personnel inspect the site of an explosion in Syria's northern city of Aleppo February 10, 2012. Twenty-five people were killed and 175 people were wounded in two blasts targeting security bases in Aleppo on Friday, state television quoted the Health Ministry as saying. REUTERS/George Orfalian  



12 Police helmets lie on the ground outside the police headquarters building, one of two sites of bomb blasts in Syria's northern city of Aleppo February 10, 2012. Twenty-five people were killed and 175 people were wounded in two blasts targeting security bases in Aleppo on Friday, state television quoted the Health Ministry as saying. REUTERS/ George Orfalian   



13 A damaged bus is seen outside the police headquarters building, one of two sites of bomb blasts in Syria's northern city of Aleppo February 10, 2012. Twenty-five people were killed and 175 people were wounded in two blasts targeting security bases in Aleppo on Friday, state television quoted the Health Ministry as saying. REUTERS/ George Orfalian   



14 Demonstrators gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, after Friday prayers in Kafranbel near Idlib February 10, 2012. REUTERS/Raad Al Fareas/Handout



15 Demonstrators hold a banner as they gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, after Friday prayers in Kafranbel near Idlib February 10, 2012. REUTERS/Raad Al Fareas/Handout



17 Demonstrators hold a poster during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad after Friday prayers in Kafranbel, near Idlib February 10, 2012. Syrian tanks massed outside opposition neighbourhoods in Homs on Friday as al-Assad's forces bombarded the city for the fifth day and residents expected a major push to subdue the centre of revolt against his rule. The poster reads, The international community. REUTERS/Raad Al Fareas/Handout



18 Vehicles damaged and covered in dust are seen outside the police headquarters building, one of two sites of bomb blasts in Syria's northern city of Aleppo February 10, 2012, in this handout photograph released by Syria's national news agency SANA. Twenty-five people were killed and 175 people were wounded in two blasts targeting security bases in Aleppo on Friday, state television quoted the Health Ministry as saying. REUTERS/SANA/Handout



19 Demonstrators protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad after Friday prayers in Binsh near Idlib February 10, 2012. REUTERS/Handout



20 A tank is seen damaged in the city of Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria's second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.  REUTERS/Handout

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21 A painted poster of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad riddled with holes is seen in the city of Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria's second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.  REUTERS/Handout


22 Demonstrators gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad after Friday prayers in Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria's second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling  and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising. REUTERS/Handout


23 Demonstrators gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria's second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling  and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising. REUTERS/Handout


24 Syrian soldiers who defected to join the Free Syrian Army are seen in Jerjenaz, near Idlib February 10, 2012. Handout taken February 10, 2012.    REUTERS/Handout   


25 Demonstrators hold banners during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Jerjenaz, near Idlib, February 10, 2012.  Handout taken February 10, 2012.   REUTERS/Handout


26 Demonstrators hold a banner which reads Russia's Medvedev, Putin, Lavrov, our children blood floated from mouths during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Jerjenaz, near Idlib, February 10, 2012.  Handout taken February 10, 2012.    REUTERS/Handout


27 Mourners carry the coffins of people killed in two bomb blasts which occurred on Friday, at al-Eiman Mosque in Syria's northern city of Aleppo, February 12, 2012, in this handout photograph released by Syria's national news agency SANA.             REUTERS/SANA  


28 Demonstrators gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, in Sheikh Meskeen near Deraa in this handout picture received February 12, 2012. REUTERS/Handout


29 Demonstrators gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, in Al Qusoor near Homs February 11, 2012. The banners read Curse on, United Nations, International committee, Russia, China.  REUTERS/Handout


30 A Syrian soldier stands near a Syrian tank in Bab Amro near the city of Homs February 12, 2012. Syrian forces resumed their bombardment of the city of Homs on Monday after Arab countries called for U.N. peacekeepers and pledged their firm support for the opposition battling President Bashar al-Assad. Picture taken February 12, 2012. REUTERS/Mulham Alnader/Handout  


31 Syrian tanks are seen in Bab Amro near the city of Homs February 12, 2012. Syrian forces resumed their bombardment of the city of Homs on Monday, with government troops concentrating their fire on Baba Amro neighbourhood in the south of the city and al-Waer in the west. Opposition campaigners said tank fire was concentrated on two large Sunni Muslim neighbourhoods that have been at the forefront of opposition to President Bashar al-Assad. They said 23 people were killed on Sunday after a lull in shelling the previous day. Picture taken February 12.            REUTERS/Mulham Alnader/Handout  


32 A Syrian tank is seen in Bab Amro near the city of Homs February 12, 2012. Syrian forces resumed their bombardment of the city of Homs on Monday, with government troops concentrating their fire on Baba Amro neighbourhood in the south of the city and al-Waer in the west. Opposition campaigners said tank fire was concentrated on two large Sunni Muslim neighbourhoods that have been at the forefront of opposition to President Bashar al-Assad. They said 23 people were killed on Sunday after a lull in shelling the previous day. Picture taken February 12.            REUTERS/Mulham Alnader/Handout


33 A girl holds a doll and a banner during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Daria, near Damascus, February 12, 2012. Syrian forces resumed their bombardment of the city of Homs on Monday after Arab countries called for U.N. peacekeepers and pledged their firm support for the opposition battling President Bashar al-Assad. Banner reads: Bring back our childhood. REUTERS/Handout


34 Demonstrators gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, in Hula, near Homs, in this handout picture received February 13, 2012. Syrian forces resumed their bombardment of the city of Homs on Monday after Arab countries called for U.N. peacekeepers and pledged their firm support for the opposition battling President Bashar al-Assad.  REUTERS/Handout


35 A Syrian man shows his hand, which he said was injured by Syrian security forces, at a temporary shelter after undergoing multiple reconstructive surgeries at a Red Crescent Hospital in Amman February 13, 2012. Doctors said tens of young Syrians injured during the violence in their country are currently receiving treatment at a hospital run by Paris-based Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in Amman. Men covered their faces to conceal their identity. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji


36 Syrian men show their injuries, which they said were inflicted by Syrian security forces, at a temporary shelter after undergoing multiple reconstructive surgeries at a Red Crescent Hospital in Amman February 13, 2012. Doctors said tens of young Syrians injured during the violence in their country are currently receiving treatment at a hospital run by Paris-based Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in Amman. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji


37 Murshed Al Khaled (C), a Syrian officer who defected to join the Free Syrian Army, is seen among demonstrators during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in the town of Atarb near Alepo, February 12, 2012. Picture taken February 12, 2012.  REUTERS/Handout


38 Demonstrators burn Russian and Chinese flags during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Al Mazaa in Damascus February 12, 2012. Picture taken February 12, 2012. REUTERS/Handout


39 Damaged houses are seen in Bab Amro, in the city of Homs, February 13, 2012.  REUTERS/Handout  

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Post on 16-2-2012 10:33 PM |All posts
ni ar perangai bangsa arab...
mana tak israel bermaharaja lela kat Asia barat
I love you so much but I love myself more...
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Post on 16-2-2012 10:35 PM |All posts
Post Last Edit by abgsedapmalam at 16-2-2012 22:37



Di atas merupakan video yang dirakamkan oleh seorang rakyat Syria berkenaan wajah kanak-kanak yang baru berusia 6 bulan yang dibunuh kejam oleh rejim Bashar Asad. Arwah Marwa Adil Bahar ini mati disembelih oleh Rejim Bashar Asad sehingga terpenggal kepala kanak-kanak tersebut. Video ini diambil selepas arwah dimandikan dan sedang dikafankan sebelum dikebumikan. Tidak boleh dibayangkan sesiapa yang melihat video ini tapi masih tidak mampu menitiskan air mata melihat kezaliman yang tidak berperikemanusiaan ini.  Wallahul mustaan.

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Post on 17-2-2012 12:59 AM |All posts
bukan rahasia lagik Iran Hizbolla malah israel sundiri membantu dan menyokong rejim syiah Assad dan kini dikabarjn sudah ramai tntera regim  yg berpaling tadah lalu menyertai ikhwan muslimin di sana bagi membebaskan Syria dr kejahatan rejim assad
    
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Post on 17-2-2012 08:20 AM |All posts
dah tau dah rentetan citer pasni.. pasni amerika akan sibuk2 melobi bahwa Syria ni maha jahat.. pastu akan senyap2 menyokong gerakan ni dgn senjata (itupun kalau diorang sendiri x turun padang serang syria) pastu Presiden bashar akan disembelih..

aku rasa ni semua propa supaya tentera Nato/Amerika/isreal xyah berperang dgn dua belah pihak bila diorang menyerang Iran nanti..
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Post on 18-2-2012 01:48 AM |All posts
comelnya arwah baby tuh...
I'm not crazy, my reality is just different than yours
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Post on 18-2-2012 03:48 AM |All posts
makin lama makin kejam dunia nih...sedih bile melihat benda nih terjadik.....ilang jari...baby kene penggal kepala...

baby tuh comel...muka n kulit dy.....cam bercahaya jer....
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Post on 18-2-2012 04:28 PM |All posts
innalillah....
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Man Buried Alive by Syrian Army  
THE blindfolded man groans and struggles for breath as the men in uniform shovel dirt over his head: he is already buried up to his neck, and his prayers are quickly silenced as the grave closes over his head.
It is one of the most shocking videos yet to emerge from the horrors of Syria, though last night human rights groups and opposition activists could not vouch for its authenticity.

The short video first flickered up on an opposition website in southern Syria before being removed. It later appeared on YouTube, purporting to show a man from the area of Al-Qusayr, a town near Homs, being buried alive. His alleged crime was to film Syrian security forces and send the footage to Arabic news channels.

It shows armed men in military fatigues, and one in a blue tracksuit and gold watch, talking as they approach a shallow hole, from which the blindfolded head of a man protrudes, his body buried up to the neck. None of the men's faces is visible.
The voice of one of the men reports to a commander: "Sir, we dug [a hole] and buried him to the head." Another voice says: "This is the animal", while a third reports that he was caught with an ID badge and a camera. The "officer" in charge, who seems to be the man in the tracksuit, accuses the victim of filming security forces.

The victim starts wailing a Muslim prayer. The "officer" tells him to amend the wording. "Say 'no god but Bashar'," meaning Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian President, accused of killing more than 9,000 of his own people in an effort to crush dissent. The "officer" ends up saying "Bury this animal", as the man is silenced by dirt being shovelled over his head.

Text accompanying the video says it was filmed on April 25 and leaked by the Syrian Army. Amnesty International said it was looking into the footage. Avaaz, the activist network that has trained cameramen and citizen reporters inside Syria, said it, too, was examining the film. A media website studying the footage said that the gunmen appeared to have Alawite accents, the sect that rules the country.

There is no doubt that the violence perpetrated by the regime still goes on, despite a UN-backed ceasefire. In Hama, western Syria, at least 16 people were killed when a huge explosion brought down a large building on Wednesday. As many as 30 opposition members were reported killed this week in the city by regime forces after a visit by UN observers.

The regime said the blast was caused when a bomb-making laboratory exploded, although opposition activists said that the building had been hit by a rocket, possibly from a warplane. The opposition said at least 70 people died in the explosion.
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