The day Tunisia nearly (actually) liberated Palestine | EUROtoday

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Lhe failures of History within the so-called “Arab” world are so quite a few that they encourage us with an infinite variety of uchronies.

Here is one: the Israeli-Palestinian battle “listens” to a Tunisian president, Habib Bourguiba (1903-2000), and takes the plunge into pax orientalis between Palestinians and Israelis, a peace that might go “from the river to the sea”.

In the populist uproar that’s sweeping the world or below the creative delusions of Kaïs Saïed, the present potentate of Carthage, what can we bear in mind about Bourguiba right this moment? So little. This “father of the Tunisian nation”, after the French protectorate, was even mocked in his time. The so-called “Arab” world, nonetheless within the pompous phantasm of pan-Arabism, commemorated the off…

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