This video from Tunisia says about itself:
WELL no idea where to start but the first thing that comes to mind or occupies my mind rather is the deaths of all the innocent people that paid the ultime price or sacrifice to pave the way for the rest of us as tunisians to have our freedom as smart educated peoeple …I was always proud to be a TUNISIAN and even more proud to be from KASSERINE today I’m twice as proud our small town was a forgotton city when it comes to employment oppurtinities and big projects they all go to other places where the thieves of our goverment wants them to be.
history tell us even before the french occupation that uprise of the TUNISIAN people starts from KASSERINE.
we lost more of our youth than any other city …and we broke the wall of fear to open the gate wide open to the freedom fighters …and from now on we will never stop fighting for our rights enough is enough ..( YOU CAN FOOL PEOPLE SOME TIMES BUT YOU CAN’T FOOL ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME ).
our next president better be aware not to put KASSERINE aside or ignore us.
we will not be silent again.
I want to salute SIDI BOUZID our neighbor that shares with us the same things and concerns.01/14/2011 should be named a BOUAZIZI day maybe even be an official holiday.
About a thousand people rallied in central Tunis today to demand the abolition of ousted president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali’s ruling Constitutional Democratic Rally (RCD) party: here.
The self-immolation that sparked the ousting of Tunisia’s leader has led to similar desperate protests in other north African states, with four men setting themselves on fire in Algeria and one each in Egypt and Mauritania: here.