“All over the country”, står der her. Og:
“There is growing concern that the birthplace of the “Arab Spring” will become the first country to see Islamists take significant political power”.
De informationer, der i øjeblikker kommer fra de store kristne organisationer, er værd at tage ad notam. De modtager rapporter fra kirker og trossamfund overalt i Mellemøsten. De større kristne organisationer ligger inde med et godt overblik:
Christians flee as Islamist influence grows in Tunisia
Barnabas Fund – 06 June 2011
“They’re taking advantage of the revolution.” Aziz Khasseba, a Tunisian teacher who is campaigning against growing Islamist influence
Reports of Christians fleeing for safety, violent attacks against opponents and the forced veiling of women are coming from Tunisia, raising fears that Islamist extremists are hijacking the revolution.
Christians who have sought to take advantage of the promise of greater freedom in post-Ben Ali Tunisia to share their faith have been forced to flee the country or move to safer locations after receiving threats from Islamists.
Mere HER hos Barnabas Fund.
Opdatering 29. juni 2011:
Tunisia’s Morning After
Middle Eastern Upheavals
by Bruce Maddy-Weitzman – Summer 2011
Where does Tunisia, the unlikely igniter of the Middle Eastern upheavals, stand on the democratic transition scale three months after the overthrow of the long reigning autocrat Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali? And can the country, which stood (mostly by choice) at the margins of Arab political life since achieving independence in 1956, serve as a democratizing exemplar for other Arab states?
Mere HER i Middle East Quarterly.
Opdatering 26. juli 2011 – se eventuelt også denne i The Jerusalem Post:
Andre kilder: Jihad Watch,