Thursday, October 1, 2009

GAMBAR GEMPA BUMI DI INDONESIA

People stand near a collapsed shopping mall after an earthquake hit Padang, on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

A man stands in front of a collapsed building after an earthquake hit Padang, on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

A car is seen crushed under a collapsed building after an earthquake hit in Padang, West Sumatra, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2009. The powerful earthquake with magnitude of 7.6 rocked western Indonesia, Wednesday.

Residents survey the damage caused by earthquake in Padang, West Sumatra, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2009. The powerful earthquake with magnitude of 7.6 rocked western Indonesia Wednesday.

A woman walks in front of a collapsed shopping mall after an earthquake hit Padang, on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

Students run near a collapsed university building after an earthquake hit Padang, on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

A man sits on a motorcycle outside a collapsed shopping mall after an earthquake hit Padang, on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

Students walk out from a collapsed building after an earthquake hit Padang, on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

A man carries an injured person in front of a collapsed university building during an evacuation after an earthquake hit Padang, on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

An injured girl cries during an evacuation after an earthquake hit Padang, Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

Residents wait outside damaged houses after an earthquake in Padang, Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

An injured girl cries during an evacuation after an earthquake hit Padang, Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

A man carries an injured person in front of a collapsed university building during an evacuation after an earthquake hit Padang, on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

People stand near a collapsed shopping mall after an earthquake hit Padang, on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

A man comforts a relative after an earthquake hit Padang, on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble, officials said.

A video grab shows a foot among the wreckage of a building following an earthquake in Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island September 30, 2009. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, damaging houses, toppling bridges and starting fires.

This Wendesday, Sept. 30, 2009 image made from video shows burning wreckage on the street in Padang, Indonesia after a powerful earthquake off Sumatra island.

This Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2009 image made from video shows a burning structure in Padang, Indonesia after a powerful earthquake off Sumatra island.

Villagers walk past a damaged house after an earthquake in Pangalengan, West Java September 3, 2009. The death toll from a 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Indonesia, shattering rural homes and forcing terrified city residents into the street, stood at 44 and was likely to rise, government agencies said on Thursday.

Two men ride past damaged houses after an earthquake in Pangalengan, West Java September 3, 2009. The death toll from a 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Indonesia, shattering rural homes and forcing terrified city residents into the street, stood at 44 and was likely to rise, government agencies said on Thursday.

Rescue workers search the rubble following an earthquake in Cikangkareng, South Cianjur, West Java province September 3, 2009. The death toll from the 7.0 magnitude quake that struck Indonesia, shattering rural homes and forcing terrified city residents into the street, stood at 44 and was likely to rise, government agencies said on Thursday.

Rescuers for victims after an earthquake-triggered landslide burried a village in Cianjur, West Java, Indonesia, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2009. At least dozens of people were killed and another dozens were missing after a strong earthquake rocked southern Indonesia, unleashing mudslides that buried villagers in their homes, disaster management officials said Thursday.

A villager inspects a damage house after a powerful earthquake shook Sukabumi, West Java September 2, 2009. A powerful earthquake killed at least 35 people and forced thousands to flee homes and offices in Indonesia on Wednesday, government agencies said.

A woman walks next to a damaged house after an earthquake in Pangalengan, West Java September 3, 2009. The death toll from a 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Indonesia, shattering rural homes and forcing terrified city residents into the street, stood at 44 and was likely to rise, government agencies said on Thursday.

Villagers stand next to a collapsed house after an earthquake in Pangalengan, West Java September 3, 2009. The death toll from a 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Indonesia, shattering rural homes and forcing terrified city residents into the street, stood at 44 and was likely to rise, government agencies said on Thursday.

Rescuers remove a victim after an earthquake-triggered landslide hit a village in Cianjur, West Java, Indonesia, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2009. Dozens of people were killed and missing after a strong earthquake rocked southern Indonesia, unleashing mudslides that buried villagers in their homes, disaster management officials said Thursday.

A woman makes a phone call near a damaged house after a powerful earthquake shook Tasikmalaya, West Java September 2, 2009. A powerful earthquake killed at least 15 people and forced thousands to evacuate on Indonesia's main island, the country's disaster management agency said, adding the toll could climb much higher. Indonesia's seismology agency put the magnitude at 7.3 with the epicentre 142 km (88 miles) southwest of Tasikmalaya.

Women and children sit in a makeshift tent after fleeing from their houses damaged by an earthquake in Kuningan, West Java September 3, 2009. A powerful earthquake killed at least 35 people and forced thousands to flee homes and offices in Indonesia on Wednesday, government agencies said. The 7.0 magnitude quake, recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey, shook buildings in the capital Jakarta and flattened homes in villages closer to the epicentre in West Java.

Injured children sleep in a makeshift tent set up by local medical teams after an earthquake in Pangalengan, about 30 km from the city of Bandung, West Java September 3, 2009. A powerful earthquake killed at least 35 people and forced thousands to flee homes and offices in Indonesia on Wednesday, government agencies said. The 7.0 magnitude quake, recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey, shook buildings in the capital Jakarta and flattened homes in villages closer to the epicentre in West Java.

A man looks at a damaged house after an earthquake in Pangalengan, about 30 km from the city of Bandung, West Java September 3, 2009. A powerful earthquake killed at least 35 people and forced thousands to flee homes and offices in Indonesia on Wednesday, government agencies said. The 7.0 magnitude quake, recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey, shook buildings in the capital Jakarta and flattened homes in villages closer to the epicentre in West Java.

A policeman directs traffic after an earthquake shook Tasikmalaya, West Java September 2, 2009. A powerful earthquake killed at least 15 people and forced thousands to evacuate on Indonesia's main island, the country's disaster management agency said, adding the toll could climb much higher. Indonesia's seismology agency put the magnitude at 7.3 with the epicentre 142 km (88 miles) southwest of Tasikmalaya.

    The damaged roof of a mosque is seen in the West Java town of Sukabumi on September 2, 2009 after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck off Indonesia's Java island killing at least 15 people. The quake struck less than 200 kilometres (123 miles) south of Jakarta at a depth of 49 kilometres, the US Geological Survey said.

    Damages buildings line a street in the West Java town of Sukabumi on September 2, 2009 after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck off Indonesia's Java island killing at least 15 people. The quake struck less than 200 kilometres (123 miles) south of Jakarta at a depth of 49 kilometres, the US Geological Survey said.

    Villagers look at the ruins of a house after a powerful earthquake shook Tasikmalaya, West Java September 2, 2009. A powerful earthquake killed at least 15 people and forced thousands to evacuate on Indonesia's main island, the country's disaster management agency said, adding the toll could climb much higher. The 7.0 magnitude quake, as recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey, shook buildings in the capital Jakarta and flattened homes in villages closer to the epicentre in West Java.

    People look at a damaged home in the West Java town of Sukabumi on September 2, 2009 after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck off Indonesia's Java island killing at least 15 people. The quake struck less than 200 kilometres (123 miles) south of Jakarta at a depth of 49 kilometres, the US Geological Survey said.

    Residents gather outside a mosque damaged by a powerful earthquake at Cisaat village, West Java September 2, 2009. A powerful earthquake rattled Indonesia's main island on Wednesday, killing at least six people and forcing thousands to evacuate, the disaster management agency said. Indonesia's seismology agency put the magnitude at 7.3 with the epicentre 142 km (88 miles) southwest of Tasikmalaya in West Java.

    3 comments:

    zai said...

    Salam Kak Leha..

    Gerun melihat gambar2 diatas..sesungguhnya bala dan musibah yang diturunkan oleh Allah pasti bersebab salah satunya adalah sebagai peringatan kepada Manusia bahawa Allah Maha Melihat atas segala kemungkaran yg dilakukan oleh hamba2nya...

    Pemimpin dan Rakyat Indonesia harus mengambil iktibar dan bermuhasabah diri keatas segala kejadian yg berlaku kerana Allah tidak pernah Zalim keatas hamba2nya..segala yg berlaku pasti bersebab dan sebagai petunjuk diatas kemurkaan Allah atas banyaknya kemungkaran yg berlaku dimuka bumi ini...

    Kita sudah berada terlalu dekat dengan kiamat...sangat menginsafkan apabila dikenang dunia ini hanya persinggahan sementara yg kelak akan menuju sebuah persinggahan yg tidak berpenghujung...semoga pengakhiran hidup kita adalah didalam keadaan bertaubat dan suci dari segala dosa2..Ameen...

    anak muallaf said...

    Salam kembali Zai,
    Bala Allah turun tanpa memilih tempat.Islam n kafir.Soleh atau toleh.Beriman atau mungkar.Semua akan terima bala Allah.
    Tugas kita sebagai hamba hanya mampu tegur menegur,ingat mengingati.
    Kita sebagai rakyat Malaysia ambillah ikhtibar dari kejadian ini.

    :: nurhayati :: said...

    na`uzhubillh... kesian saudara2 kita ni kn...

    mudah2an mrk diredhaiNya...amin...