Tunisian salafist students push for schools reform
The hardline Muslim Salafists, who call for a strict application of Sharia law, have been banned from forming a political party in Tunisia. But ever since Islamist party Ennahda won a majority in the constituent assembly in October, some sectors of society, including schools, have been complaining of pressure by Salafist groups to conform to religious standards. Duration: 01:57
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