Islamist Ennahda Party

Supporters of Tunisia's Islamist Ennahdha Party wearing the national and party flags arrive on May 20, 2016 to attend the opening of Ennahdha's three-day congress in Tunis.
Thousands of people attended the opening ceremony of the congress -- the first since 2012 -- held at a sports complex in Rades, south of the capital Tunis, amid heavy police security. / AFP / FETHI BELAID        (Photo credit should read FETHI BELAID/AFP/Getty Images)

The Mainstreaming of Tunisia’s Islamists

The Ennahda Party’s latest moves put its political astuteness on show once again.

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How Tunisia’s Islamists Embraced Democracy

The Ennahda party was widely seen as a threat to Tunisia's democratic transition. Instead, it helped drive it forward.

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Want to Beat the Islamic State? Help Tunisia.

One of the best ways to undermine the jihadists is by helping Tunisia prove that democracy offers a better way of life.

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The Jihadi Factory

Why a suburb of Tunis has become a breeding ground for Islamic State foot soldiers.


Memo to Tunis: Beware Untimely Propaganda

Tunisian politician ponders whether his nation can be an island of stability in the Mideast and North Africa. We're going with no.

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