Tunisia's government is marking the 10th anniversary of the al-Qaida bombing attack that killed 21 people at the synagogue on the island of Djerba. President Moncef Marzouki is set to fly Wednesday to the island accompanied by Tunisia's grand rabbi, Haim Bitan, to lay a wreath to remember the victims. The April 11, 2002, truck bombing killed 14 German and two French tourists, as well as five Tunisians. It is the worst attack by the international terror network against Tunisia. Presidential spokesman Adnan Mancer told The Associated Press that the visit carried a message of "solidarity with the Jewish community, who are considered full citizens." Jews in Tunisia have been worried about a rise of Islamist groups in the country, some of whom have used anti-Semitic rhetoric.