'Liberated' Tunisia, the New Caliphate, and the Jihad Conquest of Jerusalem

Last month, following the Muslim Brotherhood-linked Ennahda party's landslide victory in the Tunisian elections, I noted the jihadist vision of  their leader, Rachid Ghannouchi.  

Now Ennahda's general secretary, Hamadi Jebali touted as the party's "moderate face", and potentially Tunisia's next Prime Minister, has just delivered an address, accompanied by Hamas' Houda Naim, heralding a new Caliphate and -- of course the "liberation", i.e.,  jihad conquest, of Jerusalem:

[O]n November 13, 2011 Jebali spoke at a rally in Sidi Dhaher (governorate of Sousse) together with a parliamentary deputy from the Palestinian party Hamas. Jebali referred to the present time as "a divine moment in a new state, and in hopefully a 6th Caliphate," and that "the liberation of Tunisia will, God willing, bring about the liberation of Jerusalem."  

Last month, following the Muslim Brotherhood-linked Ennahda party's landslide victory in the Tunisian elections, I noted the jihadist vision of  their leader, Rachid Ghannouchi.  

Now Ennahda's general secretary, Hamadi Jebali touted as the party's "moderate face", and potentially Tunisia's next Prime Minister, has just delivered an address, accompanied by Hamas' Houda Naim, heralding a new Caliphate and -- of course the "liberation", i.e.,  jihad conquest, of Jerusalem:

[O]n November 13, 2011 Jebali spoke at a rally in Sidi Dhaher (governorate of Sousse) together with a parliamentary deputy from the Palestinian party Hamas. Jebali referred to the present time as "a divine moment in a new state, and in hopefully a 6th Caliphate," and that "the liberation of Tunisia will, God willing, bring about the liberation of Jerusalem."  

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