‘Dictatorial’ Kais Saied image on Tunisia mosque sparks fury

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A giant photograph of Tunisian President Kais Saied displayed on a minaret of a mosque in the city of Sidi Ali Ben Aoun has sparked outrage online, with Tunisians likening it to a “dictatorial move” following the leader’s recent “power grab”. The banner was hung from a mosque in Sidi Ali Ben Aoun, which is located in the Sidi Bouzid governorate, reportedly during the city’s 29th edition of its International Film Festival. The “cult of personality” image prompted activists online to call for an official statement from the event’s organisers, which marks another step back for the country which h…

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