Press TV e l’islam tunisino
Non c’è solo al-Jazeera a spingere su un fantomatico ruolo dell’islam nella rivoluzione tunisina.
Anche la televisione iraniana non scherza.
Da “Angry Arab”:
Iranian media also want to bring in religion in Tunisia analysis
Nir sent me this (I cite with his permission): “so Press TV from iran always wants me on. they just called me here in baghdad and asked me to go on to talk about tunisia. i said i wasnt an expert about it and she said they wanted me to talk about the role of religion in the uprising. i said ‘what role of religion?’ she explained that they were rebelling because women were not allowed to wear headscarves and religious expression was repressed. i said that religion had almost no role and it was a secular uprising, but what a strange interpretation.”
Chi in Medio Oriente detiene il potere e i soldi grazie al conflitto di civiltà proprio non vuole abbozzare.
Come è possibile che 10 ragazzini, 5 operai e 2 intellettuali tunisini possano minare così al cuore un impianto che abbiamo costruito, a suon di bombe, repressione e merci?
Temo che, a forza di spingere, qualcosa accadrà.