While an audio statement has claimed the attack to be carried out by ISIS affiliates, it is unclear whether the attacker was affiliated with ISIS or other terrorist organizations. The Tunisian government has released images of two additional suspects wanted in connection with the attack. The decisions mainly addressed the pressing need to provide greater security in the country, especially around resort areas, Other decisions addressed closing mosques deemed illegal and controlling foreign funding to civil society organizations.
The decisions included:. Former President Marzouki arrives in Paris after being detained by Israeli officials. The convoy is composed of four ships carrying pro-Palestinian activists and medical equipments in a symbolic attempt to break the siege on Gaza. The Israeli Navy announced that it had intercepted the ship without any notable incident. The ship was redirected to the Ashdod port in Israel under the pretext that it violated the Gaza naval blockade. Moez Sinaoui, Spokesperson for the Tunisian Presidency, announced that the detention is being closely followed by the Office of the President.
Analysts believe that the recession that the country witnessed in is not likely to happen again. Another positive indicator of the possible recovery of the Tunisian economy is the fact that Tunisia has rebuilt net foreign currency assets from About 80 mosques operating outside of government control have been slated for closure. For many Tunisian youth, vulnerable to unemployment and marginalization, the fact that the country does not have a guiding ideology leaves them without a sense of belonging.
Although Tunisia has provided more foreign fighters to the Islamic State than any other country, IS has not managed to gain any territory in Tunisia and does not have widespread support there.
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