Kacem is a Tunisian activist, blogger and Social Media enthusiast from Kairouan, a semi-rural city in the interior of Tunisia. He has a strong belief in human rights, especially the fact that minorities rights shouldn't be subject to public vote and that they must to be protected from the majority.
Tunisians caught between the crowd and the political scene
At the end of the day, most of the political sphere disagreements are not of any importance to the ordinary Tunisian...
Innocent till proven guilty in Tunisia
It is reported that in Tunisia under Ben Ali, no prisoner died on hunger strike – some prisoners died under torture....
The Tunisian people come second!
‘We are the walking-dead, we live in a vacuum, we have nothing. We have nothing. All it (the Government) can do for...
Human rights in Tunisia: between stagnation and regression
Amnesty International’s report titled ‘One step forward, two steps back’ raises questions about whether Tunisia is...
The religious smokescreen
The double-faced discourse employed by Ennahda is making it harder to have confidence in their statements.
Tunisian schizophrenia over women
It is a burning question within Tunisian society and abroad, whether Tunisia will regress on respect for women’s...