Posts Tagged ‘tunisian’

Tunisian President Saied Assumes Executive Authority

July 26, 2021  Source: Al Mayadeen Following the protests in Tunisia on Sunday, Tunisian President Kais Saied suspends the Parliament and dismisses Prime Minister Mechichi. Tunisian President Kais Saied Al Mayadeen correspondent in Tunisia reported that Tunisian President Kais Saied chaired an emergency meeting at Carthage Palace, after which he decided to “assume executive authority,” following […]

Tunisian president fires prime minister after violent protests

Tunisia’s president fired the prime minister Sunday and froze parliament’s activities after violent demonstrations over the country’s pandemic and economic situation. President Kais Saied also lifted the immunity of all parliament members and said he would name a new prime minister in the coming hours to bring calm to the country. It was unclear what […]

Tunisian anti-government demonstrators rally in Tunis

Tunisian protesters gather in front of parliament in Tunis, criticising the Islamist-inspired ruling Ennahdha party and Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi. Tunisia has been overwhelmed by Covid-19 cases, including nearly 18,000 people who have died in a country of around 12 million. Source

Tunisian police fire water cannons as protesters march on parliament

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European rabbis fume after Tunisian president blames country’s unrest on ‘THIEVING JEWS’

    The Conference of European Rabbis (CER) has expressed “deep concern” for Tunisia’s Jewish community and condemned inflammatory remarks by the country’s president who casually blamed the ongoing unrest on “thieving Jews.” “We consider that the Tunisian government is the guarantor of the security of Tunisian Jews,” CER President Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt said, as […]

Claims Tunisian president made antisemitic rhetoric false, says his office

(JTA) — The office of the president of Tunisia defended President Kais Saied against allegations that he had blamed Jews for recent unrest. Saied “did not name any religion, no sane person would have justifiably conceived otherwise,” his office wrote Wednesday following reports in the Israeli media that the president had singled out Jews and […]

Tunisian president sorry for antisemitic remarks, rabbi says

Tunisian President Kaïs Saïed for accusing Jews of being behind instability in the country, Conference of European Rabbis president Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt said yesterday. “The president of Tunisia a few minutes ago called up the chief rabbi of Djerba, Rabbi Haim Bitan, and apologized for his diatribe against the Jews, faulting them for unrest in the […]

Tunisian protesters revive ‘Arab Spring’ chant to demand government’s fall

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‘We had to get our land back’: Tunisian date farm proves revolutionary bright spot

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Ten years on, anger grows in Tunisian town where Arab Spring began

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Man who killed three in French church identified as Tunisian national

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Tunisian MP says French Teacher Deserved to be Behead over Muhammad cartoon

    Reports surfaced on 16 October that a teacher who had taught freedom of speech and showed cartoons depicting the Islamic prophet Muhammad to his students had been decapitated in the north-west suburbs of Paris, and that police chased down and fatally shot the main suspect, a Moscow-born Chechen teenager. A Tunisian MP is […]

Tunisia overturned law that prohibited Tunisian Muslim women from marrying non-Muslims

In Agust 2017 Tunisian President Beji Caed Esibsi called on the country’s Prime Minister and Minister of Justice to make changes to legislation that bans Muslim Tunisian women from marrying non-Muslim men. Essibsi’s statement was made during a speech on the occasion of Tunisia’s national women’s day. Esibsi noted that he believes banning Muslim women […]

Tunisian President Essibsi wants to change law that bans Muslim women from marrying non-Muslims

nsnbc : Tunisian President Beji Caed Esibsi, on Sunday, called on the country’s Prime Minister and Minister of Justice to make changes to legislation […]

Remembering a Loving Human Being

Refugee camp in Dusseldorf is burned down by migrants

A refugee camp in Germany was burned down by migrants amid claims they were angry they had not received a wake-up for Ramadan breakfast, it has been reported. The large fire ripped through the centre – home to 280 refugees – completely levelling the hall in the western German city of Dusseldorf on Tuesday. Emergency crews treated […]

Iran is spending more money on culture, but where’s the accountability?

With all eyes on the lifting of sanctions on Iran, and the country’s upcoming Feb. 26 parliamentary elections, little attention has been paid to the budget bill for the next Iranian year, which President Hassan Rouhani submitted to parliament Jan. 17. A review of the bill shows an intricate move on the part of the […]

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