Tunisia approves new constitution, appoints new government

Apostasy ban overshadows political debate in Tunisia

Tunisia’s National Assembly Approves Constitutional Provision Making Islam Country’s Religion

Death Threats Delay Tunisian Constitution Vote

Tunisian PM Announces New Government

Arab Spring at Risk: Belaïd Assassination Exposes Deep Rifts in Tunisia

Riots Hint At Potential Chaos In Tunisia’s Future

Tunisia will not allow Islamists to impose vision: PM

Tunisia Battles Over Pulpits, and Revolt’s Legacy

Embassies attacked, clashes in London, Sudan, Yeman, Tunisia, Jordan, Egypt, Kashmir as Islamic protests expand

U.S. Embassies in Algeria, Tunisia warn of protests

Islamist organization demands Tunisia legalize polygamy

Tunisian alarm at Salafi assault on ‘un-Islamic’ culture

Tunisian Olympians Targeted By Islamist Radicals

Tunisia: Hardline Islam threatens democracy gains

    Boston Globe: In the birthplace of the Arab Spring, the transition from dictatorship to democracy has been mostly smoother than in neighboring countries, with no power-hungry military or armed militias to stifle the process. But as a moderate Islamist party rules with the help of secular forces, an unexpected threat has emerged: the increasing boldness of ultraconservative Muslims known loosely as Salafis, who want to turn this North African country of 10 million into a strict Islamic state.


  • Posted: 07/30/2012
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  • Category: Global: Religious Liberty
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Islamists reassure Tunisians of democratic goals

Islamist Invasion of Art Show In Tunisia Raises Fears Among Secular Intellectuals

Tunisia court upholds cartoon blasphemy conviction

Tunisia: 1 dead, 62 injured in riots by Islamists

Tunisian Salafi Islamists riot; “insulting” art used as an excuse

This too is Islam. The video of the beheading of a young Tunisian convert

Muslims Slaughter Christian Convert in Tunisia

Tunisia PM warns Islamists over further violence

Islam’s defining moment with democracy

Tunisian protesters reject calls for Islamic state

Pressure To Include Shariah Law In New Constitution Grows In Tunisia

Tunisian Islamists spark fear of culture war

Tunisia, Egypt Islamists signal bigger religion role

Tunisia Navigates a Democratic Path Tinged With Religion

Islamists and secularists in Tunisia stand-off

Tunisian politician’s gaffe raises fears of Islam

New Tunisian Constitution Will Not Call For Shariah Law

Radical Islamists seize control of Tunisia mosques

Tunisia’s secular women fret over rise of Islamism

Concerns for Christians in Tunisia as Islamists take most votes

Post-revolt Tunisia wrestles with resurgent Islam

Tunisia police use teargas on Islamist protesters

Group armed with swords tries to force Tunisian university to enroll veiled students

Islam can exist with democracy, says Turkish PM

France says will not accept ‘wave of Tunisian migration’

Next Question for Tunisia: The Role of Islam in Politics

Islamists march, police teargas Tunis protesters

Islamist movement at forefront of Tunisia’s protests

Tunisian pregnant with 12