TUNIS (Reuters) - Six months
after Tunisia's uprising, religious tension is rising over the limits of
freedom of expression, as Islamists challenge the dominance of liberals
in what was once a citadel of Arab secularism.
Last week several dozen men attacked a cinema in Tunis that had
advertised a film publicly titled in French 'Ni Dieu, Ni Maitre' (No
God, No Master) by Tunisian-French director Nadia El-Fani, an outspoken
critic of political Islam.
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