Tunisia extends state of emergency after attacks

Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki on Wednesday extended the country’s state of emergency through January. Extensions of the state of emergency — which has been in place since January 2011, when a revolution ousted long-time president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali — had only been made for 30 days at a time since July. Authorities had… Read More Tunisia extends state of emergency after attacks

France expels “anti-Semitic” Tunisian preacher

France has expelled a Tunisian imam accused of spreading anti-Semitic views and denigrating women at his Paris mosque. The French interior ministry said Muhammad Hammami, 77, was guilty of “deliberate, repeated and unacceptable provocations”. He was arrested at his home and flown straight to Tunis, although he has lived in France for much of his… Read More France expels “anti-Semitic” Tunisian preacher

France and Italy struck peace deals with Islamic terrorists

Some European countries like France and Italy have admitted past secret agreements with terrorist groups to allow them to operate freely as long as they don’t do attacks within the country. This is a statement in a writings by Barry Rubin at Gloria Center. He is upset with EU nations using double standards on Israeli… Read More France and Italy struck peace deals with Islamic terrorists