Charlie Hebdo : les bonnes questions à se poser

Étant une jeune femme issue de culture arabo-musulmane ayant vécu trois ans en France, et me sentant touchée et scandalisée par le drame du 9 Janvier 2015, j’aimerai m’exprimer à ce propos. Après le choc, l’émoi et le deuil, il est temps de relativiser et se poser les bonnes questions. Pourquoi massacrer Charlie Hebdo ? … More Charlie Hebdo : les bonnes questions à se poser

Terrorisme en Tunisie : pourquoi à la place du deuil, la colère !

Hier 5 Novembre 2014 un nième attentat terroriste a conduit à 5 morts dans les rangs de l’armée et 7 blessés. Pourquoi aujourd’hui je ne suis pas triste ni endeuillée, mais je suis en colère ! Stratégie empruntée aux collègues terroristes algériens dans des années 90 : Les terroristes ont appliqué une stratégie d’attaque on … More Terrorisme en Tunisie : pourquoi à la place du deuil, la colère !

How Beyoncé and Jian Gomeshi are not feminists

As the Jian Gomeshi affair is making headlines on national Canadian news, I want to comment on some self-entitled feminist artists. Many people have been reporting on why do the eight women that have came forward until today on the Gomeshi affair, have spoken years after the incidents. This silent period of time is being … More How Beyoncé and Jian Gomeshi are not feminists

Bernard-Henri Levy ousted from Tunisia

October 31st, Bernard-Henri Lévy was ousted by Tunisians as soon as his airplane landed at Tunis-Carthage airport. Who is he ? BHL is a wealthy self entitled french philosopher. His multimillion fortune does certainly not come from his writings but from his heritage (African exotic wood pillage exportation)  and his businessman skills. He didn’t achieve … More Bernard-Henri Levy ousted from Tunisia

Bouguiba’s shadow is still floating over Tunisia

A quick post to notice that until today October 2014 Bouguiba shadow is still floating over Tunisia. Unnecessary to remember how Ben Ali worked relectlessly on degrading education level to produce ignorant youth easier to control. As much as first post independence president Habib  Bouguiba believed in education as a whirwithal to economic and intellectual … More Bouguiba’s shadow is still floating over Tunisia