Masa kamu sudah tamat wahai Hosni Mubarak (boneka Israel)

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Selepas Runtuhnya Beberapa berhala besar di sekitar Kaherah akibat dari kebangkitan Rakyat  Mesir tidak mustahil beberapa hari lagi akan runtuh pula kerajaan Berhala Hosni Mubarak..
Egyptian demonstrators demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak carry the body of a dead comrade wrapped in the Egyptian flag past Egyptian army tanks during his funeral in Cairo on January 29, 2011.
CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 29: Protestors ride an armoured personnel carrier towards the Nile on January 29, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Tens of thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets across Egypt in Cairo, Suez, and Alexandria to call for the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak. Riot police and the Army have been sent into the streets to quell the protests, which so far according to health officials have claimed at least 45 lives and left more than a two-thousand injured. The cabinet has formally resigned, but protesters are seeking a regime change with the resignation of Mubarak. Whilst the Army has deployed tanks and Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs) to the streets there has been little implementation of them, and soldiers have interacted peacefully with passing marchers. The government has installed a curfew, blockaded access to the Giza pyramids with tanks and APC's and taken measures to secure museums from looters.
Egyptian anti-government protesters pray in front of an Egyptian army tank during a protest in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011.
Egyptian demonstrators demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak gather around Egyptian army tanks deployed in Cairo on January 29, 2011.
Egyptian demonstrators demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak shouts slogans on top of Egyptian army tanks in Cairo on January 29, 2011.
Egyptian demonstrators demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak shouts slogans on top of Egyptian army Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC) in Cairo on January 29, 2011. Graffiti reads: ' Down With Mubarak'AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED.
Smoke billows from a building adjacent to the Egyptian museum in the central Tahrir square in Cairo on January 29, 2011 as thousands of anti-regime demonstrators continue to pour onto Cairo's streets, demanding President Hosni Mubarak stand down the day after the veteran leader ordered the army to tackle the deadly protests.
A protester reaches out as a soldier holds a child during a demonstration in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side.
A protester reaches out as a soldier holds a child during a demonstration in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side.
Egyptian anti-government protesters pray in front of an Egyptian army tank during a protest in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011.
An anti-government protester holds a sign reading "Game Over" in Tahrir square in downtown Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. Thousands of anti-government protesters returned to Cairo's central Tahrir Square, chanting slogans against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and demanding his departure.
People demonstrate in support of the Egyptian people's protests against the regime of President Hosni Mubarak in front of the White House in Washington on January 29, 2011. The embattled Mubarak tapped Egypt's military intelligence chief as his first-ever vice president and named a new premier as a mass revolt against his autocratic rule raged into a fifth day. Fresh riots in several cities left three protesters dead in Cairo and three police in the Sinai town of Rafah, bringing to at least 51 the number of people killed nationwide since the angry protests first erupted on January 25.
People demonstrate in support of the Egyptian people's protests against the regime of President Hosni Mubarak in front of the Egyptian embassy in Washington on January 29, 2011. The embattled Mubarak tapped Egypt's military intelligence chief as his first-ever vice president and named a new premier as a mass revolt against his autocratic rule raged into a fifth day. Fresh riots in several cities left three protesters dead in Cairo and three police in the Sinai town of Rafah, bringing to at least 51 the number of people killed nationwide since the angry protests first erupted on January 25.
People protest at a rally against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak outside the United Nations building in New York January 29, 2011. The United States told Mubarak on Saturday it was not enough to simply "reshuffle the deck" with a shake-up of his government and pressed him to make good on his promise of genuine reform.

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