Magazines in Tunisia
babelmed - 10/03/2010
Another slap to the Tunisian Revolution, another stab in the womb of the Arab Spring. The attack to the Museum of Bardo of March 18, 2015, was a political act. Contrary to what several Western media have related, the attack was most probably not orchestrated by ISIS, but by a brigade named ?Aqba Ibn N?fi?a, connected to al-Q??eda in the Islamic Maghreb.
11 months after the Tunisian people have ousted Ben Ali, nearly 45 days after the first free and independent elections in Tunisia, the country where the wave of rebellion shaking the Arab world began, is still bubbling.
Among the countries that have seen a forced march to migration in the Mediterranean area in recent years, the Libyan case could be an exception. Indeed, despite the mass exodus of at least one and a half million Libyans at the climax of the civil war, many have found refuge in Tunisia, the only state to have obtained a democratic benefit from the Arab Spring.(Ebticar / Tunisie Bondy Blog)