TUNIS -- Accused as
subversives or terrorists, they bore the repressive brunt of the
Tunisian dictator's reign -- two decades of torture, prison or exile.
But since the dictator,
President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, fled in January, the Islamists of the
once-banned Ennahda Party have emerged from obscurity, returned from
abroad and established themselves as perhaps the most powerful political
force in post-revolution Tunisia.
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