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Tunisia: Elections and Arab world

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  1. expakistani

    Arab world will go as Tunisians, so keep an eye and ear open
    Islamist Ennahda party expected to get most votes but what ever outcome of this election .... Tunisia provided a Hero for all Arab world
    "

    The suicide of vegetable peddler Bouazizi, prompted by despair over poverty and government repression, provoked mass protests which forced President Zine al-Abidine to flee Tunisia. This in turn inspired uprisings in Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Syria and Bahrain"

    Ref:
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/10/23/us-tunisia-election-idUSTRE79L28820111023

    Posted 2 years ago on 23 Oct 2011 23:20 #
  2. Sweettruth

    @expakistani

    Vegetable peddler Bouazizi's name will be remembered as a hero of freedom who started a long overdue campaign to get rid of tyrant dictators of Arab world.

    We need someone in our country as well to start a movement/revolution against our corrupt rulers and army establishment.

    Posted 2 years ago on 25 Oct 2011 1:22 #
  3. expakistani

    look like islamic party making in roads... lets hope they are better muslim then Taliban or our own kind of Islamic party.

    Posted 2 years ago on 25 Oct 2011 1:22 #
  4. Sweettruth

    @expakistani

    It is now democracy; fingers crossed for Tunisia. Last thing they need is taliban-like rulers and even worst is our Pakistani-type molvis who are worst than talibans.

    Posted 2 years ago on 25 Oct 2011 1:27 #
  5. expakistani

    @Sweettruth
    in my life time i would like to see at least one Islamic government....
    Not Islamic fundo goverment like Taliban but something closer to Government of Hazar Umer bin ABdul Aziz ( umer -e- Sani)

    Posted 2 years ago on 25 Oct 2011 1:54 #
  6. Sweettruth

    @expakistani

    Islam is misused widely and wildly in pursuit of political goals. Every politician uses name of islam and I doubt their intentions. Taliban's use of islam are worst example of misuse of power and there are many more examples where religion is used for personal gains.

    Posted 2 years ago on 25 Oct 2011 2:22 #

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