France's foreign minister demanded Tuesday that Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsy be freed.
As popular resentment toward Tunisia’s ruling troika mounts, many are dismayed by the implicit support French President Francois Hollande has shown by visiting.
The Salafi Jihadi Movement is planning on Friday to protest outside the French Embassy in Cairo against the military strikes on Islamist rebels in Mali.
Tunisians in France are now forming a well-organized grassroots movement to economically and politically empower Tunisians in the homeland.
Despite French magazine's insulting Prophet cartoons, Egypt's leading Islamist groups will refrain from staging demonstrations.
In response to offensive cartoons, the Muslim Brotherhood announces the formation of a joint Egyptian-French legal team to seek redress and censure.
The US is accusing Egypt, China and European nations of harming religious freedom, citing rising anti-Semitism, laws banning veils and attacks on Copts.
Salafi Muslims have never developed a coherent system of beliefs nor sustainable organizational structures. They have always been a divided community.
The attack on the French satirical magazine "Charlie Hebdo" represents an attack on media freedom and the freedom of expression.
Muslim feminist and Ennahdha candidate for the constituent assembly, Mehrezia Labidi differentiates the prominent Tunisian Islamist party from Salafi movements.