Khamis, 17 Februari 2011
DARI DUNIA ARAB- guardian london
Protesters in Libya were planning to take to the streets for a "day of rage," inspired by uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia, but rights groups warned of a possible crackdown by security forces.
In a country where public dissent is rare, plans for the protests were being circulated by anonymous activists on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and it was not clear if the demonstrations would materialise.
Riot police firing tear gas and rubber bullets have stormed a landmark square occupied by anti-government protesters, driving out demonstrators and destroying a makeshift encampment that had become the hub for demands to bring sweeping political changes to the kingdom.
The main opposition group Al Wefaq said at least two people were killed in the pre-dawn assault on Pearl Square, which was littered with flattened tents, trampled banners and broken glass. There was no official word on deaths or injuries.
TENGAH HARI KELMARIN DI BAHRAIN
ianya bermula di tunisia
lari leila si first lady
merebak lari ke mesir
lari suzzane first lady
merebak ke yemen
merebak ke libya
merebak ke bahrain
merebak ke iran
anak muda menuntut pembebasan
anak muda menuntut hak
anak muda tidak mahu ditipu
anak muda tak mahu di kelentong
anak muda tak mahu di lebong
anak muda sudah jelas dengn first lady
anak muda telah anak mutah tengok first lady
kroni mula lari
kroni mula beli beg
kroni mula buat paspot
anak muda tak main pilihan raya
anak muda pilih jalan raya
DUA MINGGU LALU DI KUALA LUMPUR
MALAM TADI DI BAHRAIN
ANAK MUDA LIBYA PILIH JALAN RAYA