Tag Archives: Tunis

#GazaUnderAttack | Egypt turns back Tunisian plane loaded with medical supplies for Gaza

[ PIC 22/07/2014 – 10:33 AM ] TUNIS, (PIC)– Head of Tunisia’s al-Nahda party Rashid al-Ghannoushi revealed on Monday night that Egypt has refused to receive a Tunisian plane bound for Gaza loaded with medicines and medical supplies. Al-Ghannoushi told Al-Jazeera TV network that the Egyptian authorities had refused to allow the plane to land […]

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VIDEO | Stanley Cohen (@StanleyCohenLaw) speaking at The Meeting for Justice in Egypt

Published on Sep 2, 2013 by IHH IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has hosted “The Meeting for Justice in Egypt” on 31 Aug and 1 Sept 2013 in Istanbul with attendance of more than 50 jurists and activists from 20 countries such as USA, Spain, France, Sweden, Belgium, South Africa, Libya, Tunis, Egypt and Turkey including […]

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Haneyya receives solidarity delegations from Tunisia and Yemen

[ PIC 30/01/2013 – 10:18 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya received in the Gaza Strip solidarity delegations from Tunisia and Yemen and hailed their countries for their role in supporting the Palestinian cause. During his meeting with members of the delegation, Haneyya praised the Tunisian people for revolting against their tyrannical regime […]

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#PalHunger | Sit-in in solidarity with the striker prisoners in Tunisia

[ PIC 18/12/2012 – 12:01 AM ] TUNISIA, (PIC)– The Tunisian Association to Support Palestine has organized, on Monday in Sousse Coast, Tunisia, a sit-in in solidarity with the Palestinian hunger strikers in parallel with the electronic media campaign in support of hunger striking prisoners in Israeli jails. The sit-in was attended by the liberated […]

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#GazaUnderAttack | Tunisian Foreign Minister Rafik Abdul-Salaam Arrives In Gaza | #Tunisia

Saturday November 17, 2012 12:07 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies Tunisian Foreign Minister, Rafik Abdul-Salaam, arrived in the Gaza Strip Saturday to express support and solidarity with the Palestinian people living under an ongoing Israeli war. The minister entered Gaza via the Rafah Border Terminal between Gaza and Egypt. Tunisia FM Rafik Abdul-Salaam […]

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#GazaUnderAttack | Tunisian civil society protests against Israeli aggression on Gaza

[ PIC 16/11/2012 – 06:36 PM ] TUNISIA, (PIC)– Thousands of Tunisians demonstrated after Friday prayer in many Tunisian cities against the Israeli brutal attacks on Gaza, the PIC correspondent reported. Several hundred protesters, gathered on Habib Bourguiba Avenue in the centre of Tunis. They chanted slogans such as “No to reconciliation,” and “The people […]

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Sheikh Salah in Tunisia for int’l conference on Palestinian prisoners

[ PIC 10/11/2012 – 08:40 AM ] TUNISIA, (PIC)– Sheikh Ra’ed Salah, head of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands, arrived on Friday afternoon in Tunis to partake in the international conference on Palestinian prisoners. Dozens of dignitaries and pro-Palestinian activists from around the world also arrived at Carthage airport to attend the […]

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Tunisia: arrangements for the Palestinian prisoners’ conference are complete

[ PIC 09/11/2012 – 06:59 PM ] TUNISIA, (PIC)– The General Director of the Tunisian Institute of Strategic Studies, Tareq Kahlaoui, confirmed that all arrangements relating to the International Conference on Palestinian prisoners have been completed, pointing out that the conference will be opened by the Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki on Saturday. Kahlaoui confirmed to […]

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Remembering Abu Jihad and why, really, the Israelis killed him ~ by Alan Hart

By Alan Hart | Nov 3, 2012 | Sabbah Report  Abu Jihad with Yasser Arafat in 1987. Photograph: Mike Nelson-Nabil Ismail/AFP/Getty Images More than 24 years after the event, and to prevent a battle with the newspaper in the courts, Israeli military censors cleared for publication by Yediot Ahronot a truth – that it was […]

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#PalHunger | Tunisian minister on hunger strike in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners | #Tunisia

[ PIC 04/05/2012 – 01:03 PM ] GAZA/TUNISIA,(PIC)– Dr. Moncef Ben Salem, Minister of Higher Education in Tunisia, confirmed that he will join “We go hungry for a day, we support freedom fighters” campaign in solidarity with the Palestinian prisoners, praying for their victory and release. This step is in support of the Palestinian prisoners […]

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Ghannouchi: No normalization with Israel

Al Qassam Website 03-04-2012,08:40 Al Qassam website – The head of Ennahda Movement in Tunisia Sheikh Rashid Ghannouchi has stressed that his country would never have normal relations with Israel. Ghannouchi, addressing a rally in Jendouba on Sunday evening, said that the revolution of January 14 was not only against injustice, tyranny and corruption, but […]

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Tunisian president to patronize the “Palestinians in Europe” conference

[ PIC 18/03/2012 – 03:10 PM ] TUNIS, (PIC)– Tunisian president Al-Muncef Al-Marzouki is to patronize this year’s conference for Palestinians in Europe that is scheduled to be held in Denmark on 28 April. Adel Abdullah, the secretary general of the Palestinians in Europe conference, told Quds Press on Saturday after meeting with the Tunisian […]

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Presidential spokesman: Arab delegations to visit Palestine

Maan News Agency | March 8, 2012 RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — Presidential spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeineh said Wednesday that delegations from Bahrain, Qatar, Tunis and Jordan are set to visit Palestine. Abu Rudeinah said that President Abbas had invited the delegations to Palestine while attending the International Conference on Jerusalem in Doha in late February. The […]

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Aggressive secularism in Tunisia must shut up ~ by Khalid Amayreh

A Million Stories about the Zionist Rape of This World – in pictures Khalid Amayreh | Palestinian Information Center| Oct 27, 2011 We in occupied Palestine salute the Tunisian people for conducting orderly, democratic and nearly blemish-free elections. In many respects, Tunisia, the first station of the Arab Spring, can be a model to be […]

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Tunisian aid convoy to enter Gaza soon

[ 11/09/2011 – 03:41 PM ] TUNISIA, (PIC)– The Tunisian aid convoy Karama (dignity) left Carthage airport for Cairo on Saturday afternoon to deliver symbolic humanitarian assistance to the besieged Gaza Strip. The Tunisian official media said the convoy would enter Gaza through Rafah border crossing carrying medical supplies unavailable in the Strip. Massive crowds […]

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