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And will eventually be toppled by a coalition of Islamic Extremists

Prior to the Final Future Attack by Islam against the Israelis!

Tunisia’s Ennahda Party Is A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing,

And will be a Daniel 2 Horn in Islam’ s initial Attack.

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Excerpt 1 gives the details of Tunisia Election

Excerpt 2 shows wolf in sheep’s Clothing

October 26, 2011

Begin Excerpt From The Irish Times

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Tunisia’s main Islamist party

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TUNISIA’S MAIN Islamist party looked set to become the country’s biggest political bloc, with unofficial results from Sunday’ s landmark election giving it more than 30 per cent of the vote.

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Results of the first free elections in the country’s history are due today, but the Islamist party Ennahda, which was ruthlessly suppressed under the 23-year dictatorship of deposed president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, claimed it was the clear winner.

Tunisian radio read out voting figures obtained from districts in the nor

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thern town of Beja and other areas that showed Ennahda in the lead, with the centre-left Congress for the Republic party also doing well.

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Ennahda said its own polling suggested the same and predicted its vote was more than 30 per cent.

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Citing its own unofficial tally of votes cast by the large Tunisian diaspora, the party said there were indications it had won half the vote abroad.

Ennahda spokesman Seyyed Ferjani told The Irish Times its national vote might reach 40 per cent, but suggested anything higher could be “problematic” for the party. “When you get a huge percentage, then you could have coalitions forming against you,” he said. “Also, there are extremely high expectations among the people, and to meet those expectations within a few months would be difficult.”

Tunisia’s election was the first since the so-called Arab Spring began last winter, when the country’s revolutionaries forced Ben Ali from power.

Parties were vying for places in a 217-seat assembly charged with writing a new constitution and choosing an interim president and government.

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As counting continued yesterday, the electoral commission said more than 90 per cent of some 4.1 million registered voters had cast their ballot, but there were as yet no figures for the 3.1 million others who did not register but could still vote at special polling stations.

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With Ennahda’s commanding position becoming clear, some of its rivals conceded defeat.

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“Ennahda succeeded where we failed. We need to unite once again,” said Riadh Ben Fadhal of the Democratic Modernist Coalition.

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Despite its strong showing, Ennahda is unlikely to win a majority in the assembly, forcing it to make alliances with secularist parties. Ennahda describes itself as a moderate force and insists it will not challenge Tunisia’s traditionally strong women’s rights, but the prospect of it winning a share of power has alarmed many liberals.

Begin Excerpt 2 from Jerusalem Post via Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs/Daily Alert

Tunisia’s Ennahda Party: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing?

Oren Kessler

Western media routinely describe Tunisia’s Ennahda party as “moderately Islamist.” The once-banned movement’s own past, however, reveals a tendency to violence, and its current platform raises serious questions. Ennahda, or “Renaissance,” has its roots in the Islamist university groups that proliferated in the Muslim world’s universities following the 1979 Iranian Revolution.

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Ennahda presents itself as nonviolent, but the movement’s members have been implicated in both incitement and violent actions against Tunisian and foreign targets. The party supported the 1979 embassy takeover in Iran, and evidence suggests it was responsible for bombing four tourist hotels in the 1980s. In 1991 the party’s founder and leader, Rachid Ghannouchi, called for attacks on U.S. interests in the Middle East in response to America’s invasion of Iraq in the Gulf War.

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Ennahda’s founding ideology was largely shaped by that of Sayyid Qutb, a leading ideologue of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood. Ennahda still maintains ties with the Brotherhood. (Jerusalem Post)

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