Pages tagged with Tunisia

This is a delicious food that comes from Tunisia. Usually it is prepared during the islamic celebration "Eid Al Idh'ha" since it could be prepared with offals of sheep or beef.
In this chapter of the story I show you the remaining signs of Mohamed'Talks. I didn't stress on the signs of destruction in the east and west and Arabian countries. Because they had come true in the history and they don't need deep thinking to know. I stressed on showing how the war...
So that was that! It was a leap year full of hopes and expectations; sadness’s and joys this is an assemblage of news items you might have missed and some we all wish just never happened at all, I wish we could all work to make 2013 a better year but nevertheless I wish all our read...
A look from a British point of view on the games today Monday 6th.
Through one man's final act of desperation, the face of the Arab world changed forever.
Censoring internet is one way to block content by government so that people can’t reach it. Content which is available online is watched by official and any content against government or improper content is censored. In one word if you try to open social networking site like Facebo...
When your time's up, nothing can save you. Whatever you do just can't buy you time
The revolution going on in the Arab world indicates that there comes a time when bottled-up emotions either pop the cork and overflow or break the bottle and spill. Oppression, by whatever name called, is evil and will be resisted someday.
The revelations made by WikiLeaks have helped set off a chain of events in Tunisia. A frustrated and angry Tunisian, named Muhammed Al Bouazizi, set himself on fire in protest of his country’s corrupt regime and passed away in mid-December due to his self inflicted wounds.
I've just discovered the JCI, and all that I can say is: I missed a lot of time in my life doing nothing.
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