Leader of the Ennahada movement,Rachi...

Leader of the Ennahada movement,Rachid Ghannouchi, is taking on the Salafis by force

There are 3 comments on the Al Bawaba story from Sep 24, 2012, titled Leader of the Ennahada movement,Rachid Ghannouchi, is taking on the Salafis by force. In it, Al Bawaba reports that:

More often than not, whenever a terrible act is committed in our region the Salafis are accused.

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#1 Sep 25, 2012
I NEVER ACCEPT THIS FUCKER REFUGEE TO REPRESENT TUNISIA THIS GANOUCH MUST BE DRAGGED FROM TUNISIA AND SEND TO WHAT EVER i did open my eyes once and see this person reprsent tunisia the country of hannibal amlicar IAM STRESSED FRUSTRATED THIS IS IMPOSSIBLE Iam tunisen british born in london i know well those peopole from the rif of tunisa those in england and their allies have had benefit payed to them they do not like to work sleeping all day eating all day pure tunisen where are you tunisia is going on ruins better ask england governememt to rescue tunisia from those charlatons fake hypocrites tunisen peopole deseve stick metal and fire . i call for all tunisen in europe to go back to tunisia and work with the army of tunisia to settle a new liberal conservative tunisen government also we need a strong economy to make tunisia one of the best army in the world like hannibal done it hannibal did not go to cambridge or pris universsity like those charltons. if tunisen do not strike against those satans our country in in peril.

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#2 Sep 25, 2012
So when are you leaving then.

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#3 Sep 27, 2012
Your country is already in peril buts that cos they are not nice people and rely on magic too much to get things they want. All that people are seeing now has been going on for a long time and no one has done anything about it....ok for people like you shouting from your armchair in the UK ....if you feel so strongly why dont you go home and sort it all out then

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