President al Assad Calls for Adopting a Collective Pan-Arab Project through Deep Party and Social Dialogue 22 March 2017 Damascus, SANA – President Bashar al-Assad met on Wednesday a delegation of the Popular Front for the Tunisian national parties. During the meeting, the President stressed that one of the most dangerous manifestations [Continue reading…]
Law enforcement authorities in Tunisia arrested a group of 13 persons in Sousse including the mayor of a town in the province of the main tourist destination in the country for recruiting young men for terrorist groups. A statement from the Minsitry of Interior added the members in the group arrested [Continue reading…]
Syria: Tunis urges Iran to support the finding of political solution to Syrian conflict. Today, the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov has not only announced at the parliament in Moscow that the UN chemical weapons experts will return to Syria in order to continue their investigation of the use of [Continue reading…]
Jihad al-Nikah: Tunis to fight “sexual jihad” trips to Syria. The Women’s Ministry of Tunisia announced yesterday that it will implement a plan to fight against the increasing number of Tunisian women and girls who are traveling to Syria in order to wage the so-called “sex jihad” (Jihad al-Nikah) and to [Continue reading…]
Armed infighting between Al-Qaeda and FSA in Deir ez-Zor. While new reports from Syria say that several armed people were killed in new power struggles between Al-Qaeda-linked groups and groups affiliated with the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) in the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor, the Interior Minister of Tunisia confirmed [Continue reading…]
Tunis: Ten of thousands demand the fall of the Islamist government. In the Tunisian capital Tunis, tens of thousands of civilian protesters took to the streets in order to protest against the transitional Islamist government of the North African country yesterday. This was the certainly largest civilian protest against the current [Continue reading…]
After the funeral of the targeted assassinated prominent Tunisian opposition leader Mohamed Brahmi two days ago, a fresh wave of protests by angry Tunisians swapped through the North African country and the Tunisian security forces have again used tear gas to disperse the thousands of furious protesters in the capital, Tunis.
According to the new statement from the Tunisian Interior Minister, a Salafist was behind the targeted assassination of the prominent and secular leader of the opposition party in Tunis, Mohamed Brahmi. Mohamed al-Brahmi was shot dead by alleged (now) two gunmen with 11 bullets from close range in front of his [Continue reading…]