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Tunisia’s biggest protest since Arab Spring (PHOTOS)

16.03.2013 15:19

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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Anonymous user 20.05.2013 00:57

Yes another U.S misadventure in the works, you cant have enough refugees and orphans

Anonymous user 20.03.2013 20:20

Former PM hamadi Jebali resigned not on march 14 as reported, but on Feb 19.

Anonymous user 18.03.2013 15:52

This is all part of God's global plan for mankind...

Anonymous user 17.03.2013 23:19

I hope the people don't let the Islamists take over in Tunisia, not what the Arab spring was for!


Anonymous user 17.03.2013 00:42

islam is the antichrist and have always been the Antichrist, period!

Anonymous user 17.03.2013 00:41

islam is against the human rights!

Anonymous user 17.03.2013 00:31

The real significant revolution is yet to be borne.

Anonymous user 17.03.2013 00:31

Another West / UNO supported mess& civil war in a Muslim country & human genocide in calm society?

Anonymous user 16.03.2013 23:46

nice story

Anonymous user 16.03.2013 23:11

Revolution seems to be easier than building a good government.

Anonymous user 16.03.2013 23:08

I hope they find they're way to peace, prosperity & happiness.

Anonymous user 16.03.2013 21:41


Yes sir...liberated from backward Salafist & Co nutters. Tunisia cannot afford ending up as ano Afg

Anonymous user 16.03.2013 20:34

So, out with the Islamist and in with the Christianist, or the Judahismist.

Anonymous user 16.03.2013 20:12

Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Turkey all of them need to be Liberated.

Anonymous user 16.03.2013 19:32

Muslim Brotherhood promises democracy but its actions are those of a dictatorship. Look at Egypt.

Anonymous user 16.03.2013 19:26

Well done Tunis!

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