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Tunisia Sees More Unrest

About a thousand people took to the streets of Tunisia in protest of the Islamization of the country and "sectarian violence".

The reason for the demonstrations was a recent incident in one of the metropolitan cinemas when during the film, "No God, No Master" a gang of Islamic radicals disrupted the performance. The film is directed by Nadia Al-Fani, a critic of Islamization.

Tunisia has always been one of the most liberal countries in the Arab world. However, after the overthrow of President Zine al-Abedin Ben Ali radicals have dramatically intensified their activities.

Observers predict that the Islamic party, "Al-Nahda", will obtain a victory in the upcoming parliamentary elections in October.

 

The Voice Of Russia

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