Ahad, 10 Julai 2011

In Bersih, an elusive Malaysian unity appears


Bersih may have declared yesterday’s rally as multi-ethnic but it now has to overcome the stigma painted by the federal government and BN-aligned media. — file pic
ANALYSIS, July 10 — A brief commotion at an LRT station showed off the Bersih 2.0 rally’s young, multi-racial face.
National laureate and Bersih icon Datuk A Samad Said was mobbed by Indian and Chinese Malaysian youths as he appeared to board the train home.
“Please take a picture with us Pak Samad, you are our hero,” said a young Indian Malaysia youth who came to KL to watch the rally. His place was then taken by two other Chinese youths who wanted their own pictures with the national poet.

Bersih 2.0 : Lensa Perhimpunan Seluruh Dunia.

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

KAHERAH, MESIR


OTTAWA, KANADA


NEW YORK, AS


LONDON, ENGLAND


GENEVA, SWISS


PARIS, PERANCIS


OSAKA, JEPUN


TAIPEI, TAIWAN


HONG KONG


PERTH, AUSTRALIA


MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA


ADELEIDE, AUSTRALIA


CANBERA, AUSTRALIA
Sumber pelbagai. Kredit: TT

Kezaliman SB...Tertangkap Semasa Membeli Tiket..

( Para sahabat yg datang memberikan sokongan moral)
Caya lah beb..Inilah shabat (Baju Putih,Depan) yang ditahan oleh SB semasa sedang mengambil tiket untuk pergi ke kuala Lumpur pagi semalam.

Takut punya cerita,Rejim BN sanggup mencacaikan SB untuk menangkap individu yang baru nak mengambil tiket.Hampir sehari beliau di tahan di Balai Polis Kampar dan hanya dilepaskan pagi tadi lebih kurang 9.30 pagi.

Bersih rally revealed lots of truth

Going into denial seems to be the only way Najib could think of in reacting to the Bersih 2.0 rally.

The rakyat who turned up for the Bersih 2.0 rally yesterday were no criminals. Yet, the police and the Federal Reserve Unit officers treated them as such, kicking and punching some of the supporters of the rally.
An eyewitness shared an incident where a young man in his 20s was pounced upon by no less than 10 policemen who wrestled him down, twisting his arm.
The ambience that day was one of fright and intimidation with the police going berserk in preventing the huge crowd from walking up to the rally venue, the historical Stadium Merdeka.
Everywhere, the environment was polluted with tear gas and water cannon which the cops splashed with gay abandon at the crowd to force them to disperse. But all these failed to scare the people.

With Taib watching like a hawk: Umno won't succeed in S'wak expansion plan

With Taib watching like a hawk: Umno won't succeed in S'wak expansion planKUCHING - As early as the 80s, rumors had been flying around that UMNO would be coming to Sarawak, especially whenever an election is around the corner. Twenty years later, it remains a rumor despite a group claiming to have 70,000 Sarawak members.
It is a common knowledge that as long as Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud is the Chief Minister, UMNO will not have any chance of stepping into Sarawak. Taib is the power that ensures UMNO stays out of the Land of the Hornbills.
And this has been Taib's saving grace. Despite Sarawakians being tired of him as CM, they dislike UMNO more and respect him for being able to keep Prime Minister Najib Razak's party out of Sarawak.
Get out and stay out
When Barisan Nasional Sarawak suffered the worst defeat during the 10th State election, rumors of UMNO spreading its wing to the state resurrected again, causing leaders from within the PBB and its coalition parties to voice their dissatisfaction and fears.

Anwar wants youths to back Pakatan’s revolution

Pakatan will keep up the pressure on the government to deliver Bersih's electoral reforms and wants the younger generation to call for changes in the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim today said that Pakatan Rakyat will continue to pressure the government to deliver the electoral reforms sought by Bersih 2.0.
He said that the rally in the city centre yesterday was a huge success but added that Pakatan should not take its foot off the pedal now.
“We have to pursue this, in Parliament, outside Parliament. If we must, we will decide a new date for a rally in Stadium Merdeka.
“We’ll do it unless they change the electoral system,” he said.
“We are close to a revolution,” he added.
Yesterday’s rally, organised by polls watchdog Bersih 2.0, attracted about 15,000 to the streets of the capital city despite warnings from the police and the government.

From Bersih, Najib emerges a lonely loser: Even Hisham dumps him

From Bersih, Najib emerges a lonely loser: Even Hisham dumps himBack to the wall, embattled Prime Minister Najib Razak fought back but judging from the tired rhetoric and an indifferent audience, the writing is on the wall for him. Not only is his deputy Muhyiddin Yassin actively courting warlords within their UMNO party to join forces and oust him, his own cousin Hishammuddin Hussein maight be switching camps.
"Within the Malay community, this time for the Bersih episode, most are pointing the finger at Hisham. In the past, we tend to pass it off as Hisham playing the bad guy to Najib's good guy. After all they are close cousins but this round, there are too many discrepancies," PAS MP for Kuala Selangor Dzulkefly Ahmad told Malaysia Chronicle.
"Many of the UMNO people see Hisham as following the Muhyiddin lead on this issue. Most believe Najib wanted to follow the King, but the ultras won the day and even his cousin was standing on their side."

Bersih wants Suhakam probe into police conduct

Ambiga (left) together with Anwar (centre) visiting the family of Baharudin Ahmad July 10 2011. — Picture by Jack Ooi
KUALA LUMPUR, July 10 — Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan has urged the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) to investigate the alleged use of excessive force by police against Bersih protesters yesterday. “What took place yesterday should not have happened,” she said after visiting the family of Baharudin Ahmad, who died yesterday after collapsing during the rally.
“I have already spoken to Suhakam and they will take further action.”
PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu said he too is considering taking legal action against the police for allegedly knocking him over while riding pillion on a motorcycle headed towards Masjid Negara yesterday.
He reportedly sustained injuries to a ligament in his right knee during the incident and was seen sitting on a wheelchair at Baharudin’s home here earlier.

Bersih 2.0 : Group of ‘91’ never broke court order..he.he..he..no case la...!!!

The protesters on Jalan Sultan July 9 2011.
KUALA LUMPUR, July 10 — None of the 91 persons listed under a court order prohibiting entry into city areas were arrested for breaking the court order, said Kuala Lumpur police acting chief Datuk Amar Singh. He explained that they did not enter the stipulated areas between 8am and 6pm as outlined by the court ruling, according to Bernama Online. The prohibition came under Section 98 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
Amar was speaking at media conference today, and said the banned areas for the individuals were:
The whole stretch of Jalan Syed Putra
Jalan Istana

Perception: The Bersih Enigma [part2]

Perception: The Bersih Enigma [part1]

Tindakan polis hadapi Bersih tidak bertamadun

Mayhem in KL Sentral

No tear gas in Tung Shin, say police

INI GAMBAR TIPU TAU.......

Yang ini cakap betul-betul..bukan cobaan.......

Pakatan: Cops fired tear gas directly at crowd

KL CPO: Police had no hand in protester's death

Bersih : Sidang Media Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang Lim Guan Eng

BERSIH 2.0: Cawangan Dumyat,Mesir

Bersih uk chants at Trafalgar Square in London

Bersih 2.0 London

demonstrasi BERSIH egypt

Bersih2.0 Taiwan Rally 旅台大馬遊子聲援淨選盟集會

We are Bersih from Auckland, New Zealand 09072011

Bersih In Melbourne, Australia

Perhimpunan Bersih 2.0 Melbourne

Bersih 2 0 New York City

Bersih 2.0 Mesir ( Damanhur )

BERSIH 2.0: Cawangan Dumyat,Mesir

Bersih uk arrives at Trafalgar Square

Bersih 2.0 in Los Angeles

Bersih 2.0 in Los AngelesLOS ANGELES - Amid intimidating arrests and brutal assaults by the police during the BERSIH 2.0 rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysians from all ages, races and backgrounds, together with some foreigners supporting our cause, stood united and marched peacefully in the heart of Los Angeles downtown in support of free and fair elections in Malaysia.
A total of 85 attendees, dressed in yellow, gathered at Pershing Square in Los Angeles downtown. They carried self-made banners, posters and placards to express their dissents and frustrations.
Organiser, James Cheng gave a brief introduction about the rally, why it was organised, and briefed about the police brutality against protesters in the BERSIH rally in Malaysia on the same day.
The crowd then started the peaceful march toward the Consulate General of Malaysia. As the office was closed, the crowd, led by organisers Caterine Chang and Phebie Thum, read aloud the memorandum and the 8 electoral reform demands.

Najib clinker: Umno Youth's illegal rally against Bersih on his orders

Najib clinker: Umno Youth's illegal rally against Bersih on his ordersPrime Minister Najib Razak dropped a clinker on Sunday, exhibiting the famed political 'clumsiness' that he has been widely accused of. After previously insisting UMNO Youth was acting on its own and would face grave consequences if it insisted on going through with a counter-march against the Bersih 2.0 rally, Najib admitted sending in the wing to do so.
“Don’t make us start street demonstrations. Yesterday, we only sent our Umno Youth wing, led by Khairy Jamaluddin, to represent us,” Najib said in a speech to a 6,000-strong crowd of mostly UMNO members.
The PM omitted to mention that the Youth wing only managed to drag out 500 supporters to its 'Patriot' rally designed to counter the Bersih's July 9 march for free and fair elections.
Najib had also previously denied any links with ultra-rights group Perkasa, which in the runup to the Bersih rally had warned the Chinese not to join or face 'ethnic cleansing' similar to the May 13, 1969 racial riots. Based on the latest news reports, Perkasa netted between zero and 20 supporters for its Titiwangsa 'rally'.

Takut Kebangkitan Rakyat, Najib Pusing Cerita

PETALING JAYA 10 JULAI : Setelah dunia semalam menyaksikan kebangkitan rakyat Malaysia dari pelbagai lapisan masyarakat untuk menuntut sebuah pilihan raya yang adil, Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak sebaliknya melemparkan tuduhan fitnah bahawa Ketua Pembangkang yang menjadi dalang supaya rakyat bersuara menuntut keadilan.

Malah terdesak untuk menutup tuntutan rakyat, Najib mendakwa ia adalah usaha terdesak Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim untuk menunaikan hasrat menjadi Perdana Menteri Malaysia.

Najib yang juga Presiden Umno turut berkata, Anwar tergugat dengan sokongan rakyat yang semakin kuat terhadap kerajaan sehingga sanggup menganjurkan himpunan  besar-besaran demi menjatuhkan imej negara di mata dunia.

Najib Nak "Ajar Puak-Puak" Bersih...tunggu rakyat ajar puak UMporNO@BN..he..he..

KUALA LUMPUR 10 Julai : Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak hari ini menghimpunkan pemimpin Umno,badan bukan kerajaan pro-kerajaan dan pertubuhan silat bagi meraih sokongan untuk diri dan memperlekeh Himpunan Bersih 2.0.

Berucap kepada 6,000 hadirin di Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra (PWTC), Najib membayangkan beliau secara peribadi mahu menggunakan Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA) terhadap mereka di sebalik Bersih tetapi akan mengelak daripada berbuat demikian.

" Cara terbaik kita nak ajar puak-puak ini. Apa dia? Bukan kita nak tangkap dalam ISA, walaupun rasa-rasanya….(tapi) sebab kita tahan perasaan juga. (Itu) bukan caranya. Caranya ialah kita berpadu, sebagai orang Melayu, bersama kaum-kaum lain,” kata Najib.

PM gesa 'majoriti senyap' bangun nyata pendirian.....sila bubar parlimen laa...!!!

Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak hari ini menggesa "majoriti senyap" di kalangan rakyat Malaysia, yang beliau dakwa menentang perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0 semalam, supaya menyatakan pendirian jelas mereka di ruang siber.

Katanya, sudah tiba masanya bagi mereka berhenti menjadi majoriti senyap, dan mengambil kesempatan daripada kemudahan di talian yang sedia ada seperti laman rangkaian sosial untuk menyuarakan pandangan mereka.

Perdana menteri menegaskan demikian dalam satu sidang akhbar selepas berucap kepada 6,000 ahli Umno dan NGO di PWTC pagi ini.

Polis: Baharuddin mati akibat komplikasi jantung..Polis jadi Doktor.....Doktor jadi Polis..ha.ha..ha..!!!

KUALA LUMPUR, 10 Julai — Polis mendakwa kematian Baharuddin Ahmad, seorang pemandu teksi berusia 59 tahun yang menyertai perhimpuan Bersih 2.0 semalam adalah akibat komplikasi jantung dan bukannya berpunca daripada gas pemedih.
Sehubungan itu, Pemangku Ketua Polis Kuala Lumpur Datuk Amar Singh Ishar Singh berkata polis menafikan bahawa kematian Baharuddin berpunca daripada sebarang tindakan mereka.
“Kematian ada tetapi kematian itu tidak ada kaitan dengan tindakan yang diambil polis dan sebagainya, doktor yang merawatnya mengesahkan bahawa kematian mangsa berpunca daripada komplikasi jantung,” katanya dipetik Bernama Online.
Amar juga memberitahu bahawa usaha untuk menyelamatkan nyawa Baharuddin, seorang ahli PAS, telah dilakukan oleh pakar perubatan Hospital Kuala Lumpur namun pada pukul 5.30 petang, mangsa gagal diselamatkan dan disahkan meninggal dunia.

Najib: Anwar dalang protes, terdesak nak jadi PM..ha..ha.,.Najib rakyat tak percaya dah..!!!

Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak mendakwa Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim adalah dalang dan petualang sebenar di sebalik penganjuran perhimpunan semalam.

Najib menyifatkan perhimpunan anjuran BERSIH 2.0, merupakan rancangan terdesak ketua pembangkang dan ketua umum PKR itu untuk memanipulasi rakyat bagi meraih sokongan.

Najib yang juga presiden Umno berkata, Anwar tergugat dengan sokongan rakyat yang semakin kuat terhadap kerajaan berikutan pelbagai dasar pembangunan ekonomi yang telah dilaksanakan.

Ketika berucap kepada 6,000 hadirin pada majlis Penerangan Perdana di Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra (PWTC) hari ini, beliau berkata ahli Parlimen Permatang Pauh itu sanggup menggorbankan prinsip dan mengetepikan agama dan bangsa asalkan dapat mencapai impiannya menjadi perdana menteri.

Pasca-Bersih: Anwar minta Najib tidak bohongi rakyat


Anwar Ibrahim berucap pada majlis dialog profesional muda di Petaling Jaya petang ini sehari selepas perhimpunan Bersih 2.0.
PETALING JAYA, 10 Julai — Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim memberitahu pesaing politiknya Datuk Seri Najib Razak hari ini agar meneliti dengan berhati-hati ketegangan di peringkat akar umbi ekoran kejayaan Himpunan Bersih 2.0 semalam, dan tidak cuba menutup kebenaran dengan pembohongan. Sehubungan itu Ketua Pembangkang ini berkata pentadbiran Najib cuba membohongi rakyat dengan memberikan maklumat tidak betul mengenai sambutan penyertaan dalam perhimpunan anjuran Bersih 2.0 semalam.
Ketika bercakap pada sesi dialog profesional muda di sini, Ketua Umum Pakatan Rakyat ini ditanya sama ada Malaysia kini di ambang “Revolusi Bunga Raya” - merujuk kepada bunga kebangsaan.

Bukan Polis Tapi Penyokong Bersih Yang Tembak Gas Pemedih Mata Ke Hospital Tu..

Sindrom Penipuan - Polis Tak Mengaku Lepaskan Tembakan Ke Hospital Tung Shin

Tiada gas pemedih mata dilemparkan di Tung Sin, kata polis

Pemangku ketua polis Kuala Lumpur Amar Singh hari ini menafikan dakwaan bahawa polis melepaskan gas pemedih mata ke dalam perkarangan Hospital Tung Sin di sepanjang Jalan Pudu, walaupun terdapat bukti yang menunjukkan sebaliknya.

Beliau juga mempertahankan tindakan pegawainya dalam menggunakan "kekerasan yang munasabah" untuk menyuraikan penunjuk perasaan, sambil berkata orang ramai melakukan memprovokasi terhadap polis.

"... Tidak ada gas pemedih mata yang dilemparkan. Saya nampak semuanya, saya ada di sana," katanya dalam sidang akhbar di ibu pejabat polis Kuala Lumpur.

Bersih 2.0 : Is this Marina Mahathir? ....or Rosmah.......

Is this really Marina Mahathir? Did the eldest daughter of despot Mahathir Mohamad really take part in the Bersih 2.0 rally for free and fair elections?
This photo is making the rounds in Facebook. Recently, Marina - a patron of several local NGOs - condemned the Najib administration's crackdown on Bersih supporters, saying only people with something to fear would behave in such an extreme way.


PAS bangga dengan kebangkitan rakyat

KUALA LUMPUR, 10 Julai: PAS merasa bangga dengan kebangkitan rakyat apabila melihat rakyat jelata puluhan ribu orang yang berbilang bangsa tanpa mengira peringkat umur telah berkumpul dalam himpunan Bersih 2.0 yang diadakan petang semalam dalam keadaan berhujan.
(Penulis merakamkan ucapan Husam di perkarangan Stadium Merdeka)
Walaupun semua pelusok jalan utama telah disekat oleh polis dan FRU yang telah dirancangkan oleh penganjur himpunan Bersih 2.0 untuk semua peserta Bersih berhimpun tetapi telah berjaya dirempuh oleh semua rakyat dengan keadaan aman untuk menuju ke stadium merdeka.
Lebih membanggakan, bagaimana mereka boleh menembusi semua sekatan yang ada, kata Datuk Husam Musa, Naib Presiden PAS.

PKR: Tembak gas pemedih mata di KL Sentral 'perbuatan jenayah'

NONEPKR menuduh polis bertindak 'tanpa sebarang provokasi' ke atas perarakan aman BERSIH di jalan bawah (underpass) KL Sentral.

Naib parti presidennya, N Surendran berkata mangsa tindakan
tersebut termasuk Ketua Pembangkang, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dan isterinya Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, pemimpin DAP Lim Kit Siang dan Presiden PAS, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang.

Surendran berkata pengerusi BERSIH 2.0 Datuk S Ambiga dan sasterawan negara, Datuk A Samad Said juga turut menjadi mangsa tindakan polis itu.

Bersih 2.0 : Takutlah pada doa’ orang yang dizalimi…


Malaysian police fire tear gas at protesters during a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police arrested more than 400 people and used tear gas as a massive lockdown was imposed on the capital to thwart an opposition-backed rally demanding reform to the electoral system. The demonstrators want reform to prevent some people being allowed to vote several times during elections.
Malaysian police fire tear gas at protesters during a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police arrested more than 400 people and used tear gas as a massive lockdown was imposed on the capital to thwart an opposition-backed rally demanding reform to the electoral system. The demonstrators want reform to prevent some people being allowed to vote several times during elections.
 Malaysian riot police officers fire tear gas during a rally calling for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011.
Malaysian activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) run away from tear gas fired by riot police during a rally calling for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011.
Malaysian riot police officers fire tear gas at activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. The "Bersih" means "clean" in Malay.
Malaysian riot police officers fire tear gas at activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia’s main city demanding electoral reforms in the country’s biggest political rally in years. The “Bersih” means “clean” in Malay.
A Malaysian activist from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) runs through tear gas fired by riot police during a rally calling for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011.
A Malaysian activist from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) tries to kick a tear gas fired by police during a rally calling for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011.
A policeman films an injured supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition as he is detained by policemen during clashes in downtown Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and detained more than 500 people in the capital on Saturday in a bid to prevent thousands of anti-government protesters from putting on a massive show of strength against Prime Minister Najib Razak.
A policeman films an injured supporter of the “Bersih” (Clean) electoral reform coalition as he is detained by policemen during clashes in downtown Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and detained more than 500 people in the capital on Saturday in a bid to prevent thousands of anti-government protesters from putting on a massive show of strength against Prime Minister Najib Razak.
An injured supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition is detained by policemen during clashes in downtown Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and detained more than 500 people in the capital on Saturday in a bid to prevent thousands of anti-government protesters from putting on a massive show of strength against Prime Minister Najib Razak.
A Malaysian activist from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih), center facing down, is detained by police officers during a rally calling for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011.
An injured activist from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) is detained by police officers during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. (AP Photo) MALAYSIA OUT.
An injured activist from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) is detained by police officers during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed across Malaysia’s main city demanding electoral reforms in the country’s biggest political rally in years. (AP Photo) MALAYSIA OUT.
Malaysian police drag away an injured protester as photographers take pictures during a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police arrested more than 400 people and used tear gas as a massive lockdown was imposed on the capital to thwart an opposition-backed rally demanding reform to the electoral system. The demonstrators want reform to prevent some people being allowed to vote several times during elections.
Supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition are detained by police during clashes in downtown Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired repeated rounds of tear gas and detained over 1,400 people in the capital on Saturday as thousands of activists evaded roadblocks and barbed wire to hold a street protest against Prime Minister Najib Razak's government.
Supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition lock arms together as police is about to detain them during clashes in downtown Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. MMalaysian police fired repeated rounds of tear gas and detained over 1,400 people in the capital on Saturday as thousands of activists evaded roadblocks and barbed wire to hold a street protest against Prime Minister Najib Razak's government.
Supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition react as a plainclothes policeman detains one of them during clashes in downtown Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired repeated rounds of tear gas and detained over 1,400 people in the capital on Saturday as thousands of activists evaded roadblocks and barbed wire to hold a street protest against Prime Minister Najib Razak's government.
Supporters of the “Bersih” (Clean) electoral reform coalition react as a plainclothes policeman detains one of them during clashes in downtown Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired repeated rounds of tear gas and detained over 1,400 people in the capital on Saturday as thousands of activists evaded roadblocks and barbed wire to hold a street protest against Prime Minister Najib Razak’s government.
An angry supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition reacts as he recovers after police fired tear gas during clashes in downtown Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and detained more than 500 people in the capital on Saturday in a bid to prevent thousands of anti-government protesters from putting on a massive show of strength against Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition are detained by police during clashes in downtown Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and detained more than 500 people in the capital on Saturday in a bid to prevent thousands of anti-government protesters from putting on a massive show of strength against Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Malaysian police officers detain activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) during a rally calling for clean and fair elections in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. The "Bersih" means "clean" in Malay.
Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim (C) is surrounded by supporters, one of whom is injured, as he attends a mass rally for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon, making at least 1,400 arrests during clashes with protesters who defied government warnings to rally in the capital for electoral reform. Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was injured during the protest when he fell onto the pavement after a tear gas attack and was taken to a hospital as he was feeling unwell, an aide said.
Malaysian police takes away a protestor from a railway station during a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon and made over 1,600 arrests during clashes with protesters who defied government warnings to rally in the capital for electoral reform.
A Malaysian activist from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) is detained by police officers during a rally calling for clean and fair elections in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. The "Bersih" means "clean" in Malay.
Malaysian riot police officers fire water cannon at activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. The "Bersih" means "clean" in Malay.
Malaysian riot police officers fire water cannon at activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia’s main city demanding electoral reforms in the country’s biggest political rally in years. The “Bersih” means “clean” in Malay.
People watch Malaysian riot police spray water cannon at protesters during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years.
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“Hindarilah doa orang yang di zalimi, kerana sesungguhnya tidak ada antara doa nya itu dengan Allah SWT hijab yang mendindingi”.
H.R. Tirmizi. Di dalam Musnad Imam Ahmad dan Abu Ya’la dan Dhiya AL-Maqdisi.
“Jauhilah doa orang yang di zalimi walaupun ia seorang kafir, kerana doa nya tidak terdinding.
(Lihat Tuhfatul Ahwazi Juzu’ 6 ms. 155)
‘Jauhilah doa orang yang dizalimi walaupun dia seorang kafir, kerana tiada hijab antara doanya dengan Allah.’
-Imam Ahmad dalam Musnad (no: 12549).
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Doa orang yang dizalimi sekalipun kafir atau fasiq adalah antara doa yg mudah dimakbulkan Allah. inilah yang dijelaskan oleh para ulama antaranya: Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali, Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani, Ibn Battal dalam syarah masing2 terhadap Sahih Bukhari.Maksud ‘tiada hijab antara doanya dengan Allah’ ialah doanya diperkenankan. Sebagaimana hadis lain menafsirkan “Doa orang yg dizalimi diperkenankan’.

BERSIH 2.0 : Membuktikan Najib Seorang yang Zalim dan Gila Kuasa

Jumlah Peserta Bersih
Utusan – 6000 Orang
Berita Harian – Sejumlah Kecil Sahaja
Metro – Tak Berjaya Krn Kawalan Ketat Polis
PDRM – 5,000 hingga 6,000 Orang Sahaja
Al-Jazeera – 100,000 Orang
Gambar Di Bawah – 360 Orang
Protesters take part in a mass rally calling for electoral reform in front of Malaysia's iconic twin towers in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police used tear gas and water cannon in clashes with protesters who defied government warnings to take to the streets in an outlawed rally for electoral reform attended by 8,000 demonstrators.
Protesters take part in a mass rally calling for electoral reform in front of Malaysia's iconic twin towers in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police used tear gas and water cannon in clashes with protesters who defied government warnings to take to the streets in an outlawed rally for electoral reform attended by 8,000 demonstrators.
Protesters march on the streets during a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon, making at least 1,400 arrests during clashes with protesters who defied government warnings to rally in the capital for electoral reform.
Malaysian activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) march on a street during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years.
Malaysian activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) march on a street during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. The "Bersih" means "clean" in Malay.
Malaysian activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) rally in front of Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years.
Supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition sit on the road as police approach them during clashes in downtown Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and detained more than 500 people in the capital on Saturday in a bid to prevent thousands of anti-government protesters from putting on a massive show of strength against Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Malaysian activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih), background, sit on a street as they face riot police during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. The "Bersih" means "clean" in Malay.
Malaysian activists from the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) protest on a street during a rally calling for clean and fair elections in downtown Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. The "Bersih" means "clean" in Malay.
Malaysian activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) march on a street during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years.
Malaysian activists from the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) shout slogans as they try to march in downtown during a rally calling for clean and fair elections in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. The "Bersih" means "clean" in Malay.
Supporters of  the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition gather before a rally in Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and detained more than 500 people in the capital on Saturday in a bid to prevent thousands of anti-government protesters from putting on a massive show of strength against Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Protesters march on the streets during a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon, making at least 1,400 arrests during clashes with protesters who defied government warnings to rally in the capital for electoral reform.
Protesters take part in a mass rally calling for electoral reform in front of Malaysia's iconic twin towers in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police used tear gas and water cannon in clashes with protesters who defied government warnings to take to the streets in an outlawed rally for electoral reform attended by 8,000 demonstrators.
Malaysian activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) gather at a railway station before a rally calling for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011.
Malaysian activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) march on a street during a rally calling for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011.
Malaysian activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) run away from tear gas fired by riot police during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years.
Malaysian riot police officers fire tear gas at activists from Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) during a rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Saturday, July 9, 2011. Police fired tear gas and detained hundreds of activists as those demonstrators massed Saturday across Malaysia's main city demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. The "Bersih" means "clean" in Malay.
Supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition occupy a road during a rally in the rain in Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and detained more than 500 people in the capital on Saturday in a bid to prevent thousands of anti-government protesters from putting on a massive show of strength against Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition gather before a rally in Kuala Lumpur July 9, 2011. Malaysian police fired tear gas and detained more than 500 people in the capital on Saturday in a bid to prevent thousands of anti-government protesters from putting on a massive show of strength against Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Negara diktator…

Najib bukan sahaja bersifat rasis tetapi juga tidak langsung melihat keperluan merombak proses pilihan raya negara ini yang banyak menguntungkan pemerintah selama ini.
Perdana Menteri dan sepupunya Menteri Dalam Negeri Hishamuddin Hussein juga mempamerkan kesanggupan luar biasa menggunakan polis untuk menangkap orang awam di atas sebab-sebab dangkal yang mirip sebuah negara diktaktor.
Walaupun mencanang dirinya sebagai adil dan berjiwa rakyat, BERSIH membuktikan Najib tidak akan teragak-agak menggunakan kuasa eksekutifnya untuk menumpaskan sesiapa yang dianggap sebagai musuh politik Umno.
Dalam konteks Himpunan BERSIH, beliau melihat tokoh-tokoh seperti Sasterawan Negara Datuk A Samad Said, Ambiga dan Presiden Jamah Islah Malaysia Zaid Kamaruddin sebagai musuh politiknya.
Semua mereka adalah aktivis berhemah tinggi, mempunyai kewibawaan dan keikhlasan mendokong agenda murni iaitu berjuang untuk proses pilihanraya yang lebih baik.
Kenapa agenda begitu digeruni oleh Umno dan Najib?
Inilah persoalan yang berlegar di minda rakyat sebelum dan pada 9 Julai , dan terus akan berlegar pada hari-hari menjelang pilihan raya umum ke 13.
Kebingkasan kerajaan mengeluarkan segala senjata yang ada padanya (media, khutbah jumaat, polis, mahkamah, pendaftar pertubuhan,) untuk menumpaskan BERSIH 2.0 menimbulkan banyak tanda tanya mengenai kepemimpinan Najib, khususnya bersabit keikhlasan beliau. …Malaysiakini
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Wajah sebenar Najib

Sebuah gerakan yang aman, ditunjangi oleh pemimpin masyarakat madani menjadi mangsa serangan pemerintah dengan ribuan orang ditangkap hanya kerana memakai baju berwarna kuning atau berjalan secara berkumpulan.
Wajah sebenar Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak terdedah apabila beliau sendiri mengikut rentak PERKASA, mengeluarkan kenyataan berbaur perkauman terhadap Ambiga.
Media arus perdana dan khutbah Jumaat di masjid dipergunakan untuk melabelkan BERSIH sebagai kumpulan pelampau, berfahaman komunis dan mahu menggulingkan kerajaan menerusi kekerasan.
Apabila Yang di-Pertuan Agong memberi petunjuk jelas supaya kerajaan dan BERSIH berdialog, Najib bertindak dengan menegaskan BERSIH adalah sebuah pertubuhan yang diharamkan oleh Kementerian Dalam Negeri .
Justeru, Najib mendakwa BERSIH tidak layak memohon permit untuk menganjurkan perhimpunan itu di stadium.
BERSIH 2.0 menunjukkan Najib dan Umno pimpinannya sebagai orang yang tidak teragak-agak membelakangi institusi Raja…Malaysiakini