A Liberated Tunisia, a Liberated Yerushalayim
Elder of Ziyon quotes Tunisia Live (along with Elder's emphasis):
Tunisian Islamist party Ennahda invited Houda Naïm, a Hamas member of the Palestinian Legislative Council based in Gaza, to speak at a rally in Sousse, a coastal Tunisian city, this past Sunday. The event marked the first time in known memory a member of Hamas has addressed the Tunisian public.This is the democracy that Esav wanted for Yishmael? This is what it got. The beginning of the sixth caliphate. Neighbors Egypt and Libya are watching closely. Tunisia was the first to start the Arab Spring. It might be the first to bring about the Islamic Winter.
Naïm praised the victory of the Tunisian people in establishing democracy, and stated her hope that the “liberation” of Tunisia would lead to the liberation of Palestine.
The event also saw a speech from Ennahda’s general secretary Hammadi Jebali, recently proposed by the party to be the new Prime Minister of Tunisia.
Jebali declared that the occasion was “a divine moment in a new state, and in, hopefully, a 6th caliphate,” referring to the historical system of Islamic monarchies.
The tone of this last comment is in sharp contrast to many of the party’s public statements, where it has denied any intention of instituting Sharia or Islamic law in the nascent democracy.
The general secretary also echoed Naïm’s words, stating, “The liberation of Tunisia will, God willing, bring about the liberation of Jerusalem.”
Not all is bad with the article, though. At the end, when it calls for the liberation of Jerusalem, I agree. Hopefully, Hashem will soon liberate it from the Waqf.