Monday, July 11, 2011

Gambar-gambar Himpunan BERSIH 2.0 dalam akhbar luar negara tapi tiada dalam akhbar arus perdana negara

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.


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.

Supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition join arms as they are cornered 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 take away an arrested protester during a mass rally calling for electoral reform 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 police lead away a protester holding a national flag during a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police arrested 500 people and used tear gas and water cannon in the capital as part of a massive security operation to thwart an opposition-backed rally for electoral reform. The demonstrators want reform to prevent some people being allowed to vote several times during elections.

Malaysian police handcuff a detained protester at a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police arrested 500 people and used tear gas and water cannon in the capital as part of a massive security operation to thwart an opposition-backed rally for electoral reform. The demonstrators want reform to prevent some people being allowed to vote several times during elections.

A detained protester is led away by plainclothed Malaysian policeman at a mass rally calling for electoral reform in Kuala Lumpur on July 9, 2011. Malaysian police arrested 500 people and used tear gas and water cannon in the capital as part of a massive security operation to thwart an opposition-backed rally for electoral reform. The demonstrators want reform to prevent some people being allowed to vote several times during elections.

Police detain a supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition during 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.

Police detain opposition Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) MP Tian Chua (2nd R in yellow) and supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition during 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.

Police detain opposition Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) MP Tian Chua (2nd R in yellow) and supporters of the “Bersih” (Clean) electoral reform coalition during 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.

Plainclothes policemen detain a supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition during 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.

Plainclothes policemen detain a supporter of the “Bersih” (Clean) electoral reform coalition during 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.

Supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition shield themselves from a tear gas canister during clashes with police 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 shield themselves from a tear gas canister during clashes with police 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 supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition looks at a policeman as he is detained 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.

Police detain opposition Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) MP Tian Chua (3rd L in yellow) and supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition during 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.

A female supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition reacts as she is detained by police during clashes with police 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 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.

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 female supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition reacts as she is detained by police during clashes with police 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 female supporter of the “Bersih” (Clean) electoral reform coalition reacts as she is detained by police during clashes with police 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 female supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition reacts as she is detained by police during clashes with police 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.

A supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition spits towards 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.

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.

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.

A masked supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition kicks back a tear gas canister during clashes with police 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 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.

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.

Police detain a supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition during 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.

Police detain supporters of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition during 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.

A supporter of the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition is detained in a cloud of 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.

A supporter of the "Bersih" electoral reform coalition runs after tear gas was fired near him during a rally outside KL Sentral 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.

President of Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) Ambiga Sreenevasan, center, is detained by plainclothes 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 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's main city, demanding electoral reforms in the country's biggest political rally in years. (AP Photo) MALAYSIA OUT.

President of Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) Ambiga Sreenevasan, center, is detained by plainclothes 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 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s main city, demanding electoral reforms in the country’s biggest political rally in years. (AP Photo) MALAYSIA OUT.

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim (C) is greeted by supporters as he arrives to join the "Bersih" (Clean) electoral reform coalition 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.

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim (C) is greeted by supporters as he arrives to join the “Bersih” (Clean) electoral reform coalition 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.

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Semua gambar2 di atas dirakam oleh wartawan Antarabangsa…Reuters Pictures,Getty Images Dan AP Photo

3 comments:

ALahaI sI LunCAi said...

AKU JANGKA SEMUA RAKAMAN INI DIBUAT OLEH WARTAWAN DARI NEGARA NEGARA ISLAM YANG SELAMA INI BERJUANG JUGA UNTUK PALESTIN, AFGHANISTAN , IRAQ DLL.

MEREKA MERAKAMKAN GAMBAR INI SEBAGAI TANDA MEREKA MENJUNJUNG ISLAM SAMA SEPERTI DATUK AMBIGA, MURSYIDUL AM PAS YANG BARU...

Anonymous said...

apa la yang mengarut ni luncai, marah pasai wartawan tak ambil gambar patriot dengan mat bangla kot

Anonymous said...

memang patutlah bancian 'majoriti senyap' mahukan najib berundur sebelum diundurkan......