Monday, 18 Jun, 2012
For those who lived in Tunisia during its revolutionary days, last week was a déjà vu. Violent protests led to injuries and one fatality, curfews were put in place, and a general malaise pervaded throughout the country.
The curfew had been imposed earlier in the week following violent riots by Salafist groups over an art exhibition that was deemed insulting to Islam. Concerns increased when the moderate Islamist leader, Ghannouchi, called on those who supported the values of the revolution...