Analysis Tunisia Could Be on Verge of New Revolution: Separating Religion and Politics

Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of country's leading Islamic party, talks of a 'Muslim democracy' instead of theocracy, and shows that Arab Spring need not necessarily bring extremist movements to power.

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Five and a half years after raising the flag of revolution that ignited the Middle East, another revolutionary act in Tunisia is already shaking up the region's Islamic movements.