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Just over a year ago, Mohammed Bouazizi was the spark of the Tunisian revolution, and the Arab Uprisings. His death was more than just suicide.
Tunisia`s example demonstrates that we cannot necessarily assume that Islamism can only lead to an oppressive proverbial harem for women (and even men) or that and secularism is the only route to achieve good.
In less than a week, Tunisians will partake in an authentic, organically-grown election; and once again embark on the flagship journey of the Arab Spring. But what can the world expect?
And Tunisians get pissed.
A voyage with benign and meager doctoral student ambitions “accidently” transformed into a historic Forrest-Gump-like journey through revolting Arab and European countries during the summer of 2011.
This graf in Tunis disagrees…
A group of young Arab students in Montreal are working on an international development conference for this upcoming fall.
Time to give these old, crumbling autocracies a few pointers on how to tackle the never-ending conundrum of people pressure.
Two American kids recorded this puppet show to teach American kids and clueless adults — there are many — about the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions.