Last quote by Jamel Ezzedini
Tunisia's political conflict is turning into a race to get mobilised, and a show of force in the streets between Ennahda in power and the opposition. Everything is happening amid a charged atmosphere where anything can happen.
Jamel Ezzedini has been quoted 12 times. The two most recent articles where Jamel Ezzedini has been quoted are Tunisia: Pride and despair one year after revolt and Hamas: Palestinian reconciliation before UN recognition. Most recently, Jamel Ezzedini was quoted as having said, “Tunisia's revolution is marking its first anniversary but it still has a long way to go before its objectives are reached. Tunisians are in the streets today to celebrate, but also to remind the leadership that the revolution that toppled Ben Ali can get rid of them too if they have not yet learned the lesson.”.
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In spite of the president's decision to fire two senior members of his team and the government's calls for calm, the protests continue in Tunis and in several regions in the country.
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Jan 14 2012
Tunisia's revolution is marking its first anniversary but it still has a long way to go before its objectives are reached. Tunisians are in the streets today to celebrate, but also to remind the leadership that the revolution that toppled Ben Ali can get rid of them too if they have not yet learned the lesson.
Sep 21 2011
Mr Awad, let's begin with the position of Hamas, which refuses to go the United Nations to demand recognition of a Palestinian state. Why this refusal, and what are the guarantees that your organisation has brought to mind which the Palestinian authorities have missed?
Sep 02 2011
Armed men in civilian clothes are being replaced here, on Green Square, by uniformed men of the new army – destined to ensure the security of the population but also to collect thousands of weapons now in the hands of Libyans.
Aug 25 2011
The rebel soldiers from all over Libya – Zintan, Nalut, Benghazi and other towns – say this last assault against Gaddafi groups in Tripoli was focused on ultimate victory. They would accept nothing less than victory.
Mar 09 2011
Hundreds of Bangladeshi refugees have been repatriated back to Bangladesh in the last four days. Others are in a camp waiting their turn to go back home to their home country. The Tunisian government – in cooperation with domestic and international organisations and also Arab countries – is preparing to welcome a wave of refugees. The question is whether these preparations will be enough. That will remain unanswered until it becomes clear what is happening on the other side of the border.
Mar 07 2011
All the organisations who've spoken here at the Choucha refugee camp say the situation is under control – although there's a need for more sanitary equipment. This thanks to the efforts of everyone here, with the solidarity of the Tunisians especially appreciated. However there are fears that these refugees won't be repatriated in the days to come – yet more are arriving each day.
Mar 07 2011
The efforts being made in Ras Jedir are to ensure better conditions for all those making it across the border. But at the same time there are calls on the United Nations and the European Union to implement an evacuation plan. The crisis is a humanitarian crisis but it is also a crisis of not having the capacity to cope with so many new refugees arriving each day.
Mar 04 2011
The operation to evacuate them hasn't even started. They're marching in their thousands, a six kilometre journey between border crossing of Ras Jedir and the Choucha refugee camp where they will be housed while waiting for their chance to leave. A chance that may or may not come.
Mar 01 2011
Tens of thousands of Egyptians and other foreigners were having to spend another night outside at the mercy of the elements in Ras Jedir. Everyone hopes that tomorrow will bring a solution to end their suffering as the aid efforts from the Tunisians are not nearly enough.
Jan 14 2011
I am now in the main avenue of the Tunisian capital, Al Habib Bourgiba, where thousands of Tunisians are demonstrating and demanding the resignation of the president and the government. The demands are no longer about social conditions, there is only one call – for the departure of the president.
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