lani... aku dok hangat nih!
dah 800 lebih orang...budak budak...mak mak budak....bapak bapak budak..
berapa lagi depa nak bunuh...? aku heranlah macam mana hati orang boleh jadi hitam sampai macam tuh...
aku terbaca... mangkuk hayun kat dalam paper yang bawah ni kata.. dia nak amik tidakan dan-dan la... lepaih dia amik pangkat dia...
takpa... aku tunggu... aku bagi hang sehari lepaih tu kat dia... aku nak tengok dia buat apa...kalau dia tak buat apa pun.. aku tak boleh nak buat apa jugak la kan...huhuhu... ni sedeh ni...
awatlah dunia takut kat depa?
yang aku nak gelak(sakit hati).. mangkaq ni sorang... dia boleh suruh kita tulih surat pulak.. hang yang ada pangkat nak buat apa? hang tak boleh nak hantaq tentera hang? awat? hang takut kalau tentera hang pi sana... sini takdak orang nak jaga kereta hang kah? aidea lein tak dak kah...?
sudahla... aku tak mau nak cakap apa... cakap pun tak guna... yang ada kuasa pun dok jadi tikuih!
tambah pulak orang macam aku ni....
apa pun... aku dah tolong doa... hangpa dah tolong doa belom????
Obama says won't delay on Mideast issue- the star
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Barack Obama will begin the search for Middle East peace immediately on becoming president and the Gaza conflict only underscored his determination to become involved early, he said in remarks broadcast on Sunday.
During his presidential campaign, Obama said both President George W. Bush and former President Bill Clinton waited too long to work vigorously to broker a peace between the Israelis and Palestinians.
U.S. President-elect Barack Obama makes a speech on the economy at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia in this January 8, 2009 file photo. (REUTERS/Jim Young)
On the ABC News show "This Week with George Stephanopoulos," Obama said it would be important to begin the effort early.
"The reason it's so important for the United States to be engaged and involved immediately, not waiting until the end of their term, is because working through the politics of this requires a third party that everybody has confidence (in), wants to see a fair and just outcome," he said.
Obama, who takes over from President George W. Bush on Jan. 20, has refused to make any lengthy comments on the violence in Gaza, where more than 800 Palestinians have been killed in the 16-day Israeli offensive to suppress rocket fire against its citizens by the militant group Hamas. Thirteen Israelis have been killed.
Obama said the deaths of civilians on both the Palestinian and Israeli side were "heartbreaking."
"And obviously what that does is it makes me much more determined to try to break a deadlock that has gone on for decades now," he said.