We address you at a time when you are fed up with this corrupt system and have lost your confidence in politicians, parliament and governments. We know that you were not happy about what happened on July 25,
These days, the country is being swept by a wave of publicity for the elections, urging people to heavily participate, claiming that the elections enable Tunisians to determine their fate and determine their future, thus contributing to changing the situation, to save the country and to find solutions to crises.
After eight years of revolution against injustice and tyranny, the country is still suffering a suffocating crisis at all levels ... The main reason for these crises is that the regime of Ben Ali came out of the door and returned through the window, as the path of the secular political class and all the governments emanating from it (before and after the elections) was characterized by Western domination and…
We are passing through this remembrance on the 12th of Rabii’ ul-Awwal, the remembrance of the birth of the Messenger, Muhammad (saw). So, what does this blessed excellent remembrance signify for the Islamic Ummah and humanity as a whole?!
The ruling faction in Tunisia is marking the 15th of October 2016 as the 53rd anniversary of the departure of the last French soldier from Tunisia on the 15th of October 1963. They are taking ‘the departure’ as evidence for independence and liberation from colonialism and as a major point in respect to the building of a modern state.
On 08/20/2016 Saturday evening, Youssef Chahed announced the “new” government line-up, which they claim that its mission is to salvage Tunisia from the suffocating crisis. And how far for it to achieve this whilst it is hardly any different from Essid’s government, whether in its composition or its programs?
The Tunisian authority is celebrating the anniversary of the republic’s declaration in an atmosphere dominated by despair and depression whilst the initiative of the Republic’s president Beji Caid Essebsi to form a government of national unity has not be able to quell the fears of the Muslims in Tunisia.
A source coming from the ministry of religious affairs mentioned that the announcement will made in respect to the twinning between the captive Masjid Al-Aqsa in occupied Palestine and the Uqbah Bin Naafi’ Masjid in Al-Qayrawan. That will be done during a huge demonstration that will be organised by the Ministry of Religious Affairs