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Terror Attack in Tunisia – The Arab Spring Backfires

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Most of you will have read and heard about the terrible terror attack in Tunisia today. Also, to most of our readers this won’t come as a great surprise at all. Unfortunately to many of us who have an understanding about the Arab world it was only a question of “when” that another attack in Tunisia would happen.

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Moving closer: Never forget how close to Italy Islamization has come

It seems either ironic or depressingly painful how the western world celebrated the Arab Spring in 2010/2011. I never quite know if people are ignorant or simply don’t know any better. If a dictatorship in the Middle East breaks down it is always followed up by a much more violent and cruel Islamic system. Neither is the right solution of course, dictatorship is the worst state to be in for a country. But Islam is nothing but dictatorship. So it is hard to understand why people celebrated the Arab Spring, going from a bad system to a much worse. ¬†From dictatorship to extreme dictatorship. Most people didn’t understand this or didn’t want to.

It is now being speculated in Tunisia that the attacks may have been carried out in revenge for the killing of Ahmed al-Rouissi, a Tunisian leader of a new Islamic State cell set up in neighbouring Libya last year, reports Colin Freeman, Telegraph’s Chief Foreign Correspondent. (telegraph)

Nowadays Tunisia breeds most Jihadists leaving for Syria and Iraq than any other country. Sharing a border with Libya it is one of the countries giving best access to the ISIL controlled areas.

Tunisia is probably one of the best examples for a country in post-islamization. The rapid change which took place in 2011 has left the country islamized to the very extreme and is now one of the most dangerous places for any non-islam (or let’s call it FREE) person to travel to.

We should remind ourselves what Islamization can do. With the attacks in Tunisia we were shown once again today.

by Samantha Herron