Tunisia is an Islamic country and Tunisians can not remain silent over desecration of Islamic sanctities, they said. They called on the government of Tunisia to confront sacrilegious actions by certain groups who have targeted Islam’s sacred values.
This was the latest in a series of protest rallies in different cities of the North African country against the blasphemous exhibition. Some of the rallies led to clashes between protestors and police forces.
The exhibition, which was held in the La Mars suburbs of the capital Tunis, has angered the country’s Muslims.