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Guest blogger Ashraf Khalil explains why, for him, the “grass is greener” in post-revolutionary Tunisia. 
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man what is that ?? some kind of wild fire?!>?! cool!
 
i dont understand whats thats means but i'm pretty sure that 
it means that i also feels inside me // **free dome for tunisia*, and may this be happened soon without more innocent blood shed ,GOD BLESS ALL GOOD MEN AND WOMEN who are trying// fighting to achieve it 
 
NO OFFENCE BUT  i don't trust puppets like  UN
 
How come simple bloggers get attention from the "World Economic Forum"? Yea of course we want the Tunisian people to have prosperity and goodness... but just because a blogger brags and tells us "why the grass is greener in post-revolutionary Tunisia", doesn't make it true. I don't believe Tunisia has become a better place until I see it with my own eyes.
 
yep i agree !!! ACTIONS DO SPEAKS MORE THAN WORDS 
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