The 'Arab Spring' explains itself further

Andrew G. Bostom
Tunisia, the epicenter of the 'Arab Spring,' rejects 'any form of normalization with the Zionist state'

From ANSA Med:

Tunisia's commission of political reform announced that it adopted (by majority) a "republican pact'" that will be the basis of the future new Constitution, and in particular it states the rejection of any normalization with Israel. While announcing the pact the president of the commission, Yadh Ben Achour, did not offer any details, but the Arab speaking Tunisian press published its content, which defines Tunisia as a free and democratic country, whose official language is Arab and whose religion is Islam.

The pact, that will serve as the basis of the future Constitution, categorically rejects "any form of normalization with the Zionist State'", and supports the Palestinian cause.

Tunisia, the epicenter of the 'Arab Spring,' rejects 'any form of normalization with the Zionist state'

From ANSA Med:

Tunisia's commission of political reform announced that it adopted (by majority) a "republican pact'" that will be the basis of the future new Constitution, and in particular it states the rejection of any normalization with Israel. While announcing the pact the president of the commission, Yadh Ben Achour, did not offer any details, but the Arab speaking Tunisian press published its content, which defines Tunisia as a free and democratic country, whose official language is Arab and whose religion is Islam.

The pact, that will serve as the basis of the future Constitution, categorically rejects "any form of normalization with the Zionist State'", and supports the Palestinian cause.