ignorance...tunisia is not running towards islamisation. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • tia_algeria
    • 03.02.11 | 14:01 (IST)

    a detail seems to have escaped your sight. most of north africans are muslims so running towards something we have already embraced is difficult. tunisia is still unstable but nothing worrying, it is normal. teh situation is: tunisians with the help of their army and the us who supported this popular move have overthrown ali baba. ali baba was supported actively by gadaffi. the latter sent his troops to tunisia and several policemen killed some of them already. so you have a more complicated situation that you think. people try to destabilize this country from teh outside. his 40m thieves are all over and from different countries. maghrib is not extremist in terms of muslin country, you don't know our culture so wjhat are you ntalkking about? the situation will be more stable but they need to figure out who are teh protagonists here to fight them actively. if terrorists try tricks with our neighbours, algeria and morocco will support them militarilyas their country will not recover if they are subjected to what ours went though. you are very ignorant of teh situation when all thsoe criminals operating are obviously attempts to detsabilize the govt. i am not fan of ultra conservatives but teh tunsiians islamic group looks like cute winni teh pooh compared to teh ones you are refering to. a hardcore islamic type of state is imcompatible with our cultures so it is not a legitimate worry regarding tunisia and all its citizens regardless of their faith:-)

    from the article: Army tells Mubarak loyalists to leave Cairo square after 5 protesters killed
    First published 05:13 03.02.11 | Last updated 05:13 03.02.11
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