WAS THE REVOLUTION LOST IN TUNISIA AND EGYPT? VIDEO
A crackdown on journalists and artists in Egypt and Tunisia has raised concerns over the freedom of expression in so-called Arab Spring countries. Is this freedom now in danger? Are the old practices of oppression being adopted by new leaders?
MOSSAD, THE BIGGEST LOSER IN TUNISIA
“Leave Tunis, leave, to the israeli gang!”, the Tunisian demonstrators chant angrily, demanding the departure of the Tunisian ruling party from the transitional government.
The Israeli media reported after the fall of the Tunisian regime about the fears that Israel could be cut off from its “confidential relationships” with the Tunisian rulers in the wake of the fall of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, who was associated in close and friendly “undeclared” cooperation with Israel and its intelligence system, the Mossad. It is now clear that Israel is interested in preserving Arab dictators and collaborator regimes with which they keep declared and undeclared relations.
According to media reports, the zionist jewish population in Tunis stands at around 1500 people. 500 of older generation are residents in the Halq Al-Wad quarter in the Tunisian capital, and about 1000 from the younger generations of orthodox jews live on the island of Djerba.
The Israeli radio revealed information according to which a group of jews was flown out of Tunisia even before the escape of Ben Ali. According to this information, the group included “a number of Israeli security experts who were in the south of Tunisia working under a program of cooperation with the Tunisian ruling against Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb”. The zionists also stated in the days following the fall of Ben Ali that Israeli intelligence in Tunisia has evacuated 20 more Israelis from Tunisia, saying that they were “tourists”, but the truth was that these 20 Israelis were also “security experts” and Mossad agent.
The French government has supported to the Tunisian dictator Ben Ali and his regime as a kind of support to the Israeli zionist “security” and the jewish lobby in Tunis. There are estimates from Paris which confirm that Israel and the Tunisian jewish lobby was the one which put pressure on the French government to support Ben Ali until the last minute so as to preserve the interests of jews in Tunisia. The Tunisian jewish lobby has a strong presence in commerce, and it also has a large influence at the economic level on the French government.
Mossad was Active in Tunisia
According to a source from the Tunisian opposition, Tel Aviv was the axis of Djerba in Tunisia. He added that Tel Aviv and its security and Mossad agents maintain a great deal of activity in Djerba and that the El Ghriba synagogue in Tunisia was a cell of spies working for Israel which is directly managed by the Israeli government and that this happened with a full knowledge of the Ben Ali clan and the Tunisian government.
It also should be noted that the several Palestinian leaders were assassinated by the Mossad in Tunisia, what happened under the protection of the Tunisian government.
During the 2006 war of the Israel war against Lebanon, Israeli soldiers were going to Djerba in Tunis to spend short vacations (“breaks”) and then to return to the fighting in the south of Lebanon. Worse, the bodyguards of Israeli officers and soldiers vacationing in Tunisia were troops from the Lebanese Army because the Israelis did not trust the security offered by the Tunisian government after the so called of “al-Qaeda bombing” against the El Ghriba synagogue in Djerbe in September 11 2002.
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TUNISIAN BANK DENIES GOLD STOLEN BY PRESIDENT'S WIFE AND MOVED TO SWITZERLAND
The central bank in Tunisia has denied reports that the wife of the deposed president took 1.5 tonnes of gold bars from it before leaving the country.
A spokesman for the bank said Leila Trabelsi "has never set foot here" nor met its governor.
The French newspaper Le Monde said she personally went to the bank to get the gold before her husband, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, was toppled.
They are now in Saudi Arabia after fleeing Tunisia.
Citing French security sources, Le Monde reported that Leila Trabelsi went to the bank in December, the month when the protests against her husband's government began.
It said the bank's governor refused her demand and asked for a written request for the gold, said to be worth 45m euros (£38m). It said the president initially refused to make such an order before giving in to his wife.
The paper said she then left Tunisia before returning to the country, and that the gold bars were reportedly taken to Switzerland.