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Thousands of people took to the streets of the Tunisian capital demanding to end the rule of the Islamist government, which they accuse of assassinating prominent secular politician, Chokri Belaid.
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Yes another U.S misadventure in the works, you cant have enough refugees and orphans
Former PM hamadi Jebali resigned not on march 14 as reported, but on Feb 19.
This is all part of God's global plan for mankind...
I hope the people don't let the Islamists take over in Tunisia, not what the Arab spring was for!
islam is the antichrist and have always been the Antichrist, period!
islam is against the human rights!
The real significant revolution is yet to be borne.
Another West / UNO supported mess& civil war in a Muslim country & human genocide in calm society?
Revolution seems to be easier than building a good government.
I hope they find they're way to peace, prosperity & happiness.
Yes sir...liberated from backward Salafist & Co nutters. Tunisia cannot afford ending up as ano Afg
So, out with the Islamist and in with the Christianist, or the Judahismist.
Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Turkey all of them need to be Liberated.
Muslim Brotherhood promises democracy but its actions are those of a dictatorship. Look at Egypt.
Well done Tunis!
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