Sunday, December 25, 2016

Tunisia make islamic terrorists

BI: George Packer, a staff writer for the New Yorker, visited Tunisia earlier this year to investigate the spread of extremism there. 
 He explained: "Before the revolution, Tunisia had been kept rigidly secular. Now the black flag of radical Islam flew over many buildings, and hard-liners known as Salafis — the word refers to the original followers of the Prophet Muhammad — took advantage of the new openness and tried to impose Sharia in their neighborhoods." 
 When Tunisia cracked down on these Salafis, they simply went underground, according to Packer. And with a nearby ISIS outpost in neighboring Libya, young people with few options for a prosperous future in Tunisia feel that traveling to join the terrorist group could lead to a better life for them.
They still are into the primitive religion. It is an evolution thing, and the cure is generally mass slaughter. 

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