12 thoughts on “Tunisian workers, women fight for justice

  1. I thought that any organization named “Brotherhood” was unlikely to help women. I’ve noticed that the Egyptian branch of the movement fielded a women spokesperson on Al Jazeera recently and she wouldn’t even condemn so-called virginity tests for female demonstrators…


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