Opening Concert Sonia M’Barek
When : Friday, May 3, 2013 at 8pm
Where : FIAF, Florence Gould Hall ,br>
Co-presented with World Music Institute (WMI)
Buy tickets to the concert and visit the website where many other cultural events are listed on the calendar. Be numerous and show solidarity
February 5th, 2013
New Ambassador of Tunisia in USA, a high profile
Ambassador Chaouachi is a 32-year career diplomat. He is currently the permanent representative of Tunisia to the African Union, ECA, UNEP, and UN Habitat as well as the resident ambassador to Ethiopia in charge of other countries such as Seychelles, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, and Comoros. Prior to his appointment in Ethiopia, Ambassador Chaouachi was director general of the Department of International Organizations and Conferences. This position allowed him to oversee Tunisia’s multilateral relations.
Ambassador Chaouachi is the Tunisian diplomat that has spent the longest assignment in the U.S. as he was part of the permanent mission of Tunisia at the UN from 1993 to 2002. During this assignment, Ambassador Chaouachi was the representative of Tunisia when it was part of the security council from 2000 to 2001.
His first diplomatic assignment was at the Embassy of Algiers from 1984 to 1990. His first nomination as an ambassador was in Norway between 2003 and 2005.
Ambassador Chaouachi, who speaks English fluently, graduated in 1978 from the School of Journalism (IPSI) in Tunis with a bachelor degree. He joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1981. He is married and a father of 2 children.
Congratulations Excellency Ambassador M. Chaouachi
October 30th, 2012
Tunisia’s Challenges October 30th , 2012
By many measure, Tunisia has the best chance among the Arab Spring countries to transition to democracy. It is a moderate Islamist-led state with close ties to the West. Nearly two years after deposing one of the region’s most repressive autocrats, Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisians are deep into the crucial task of writing a postrevolutionary Constitution
October 27, 2012
One step forward 2 steps back for Tunisia
Last week, Human Rights Watch said it had documented a series of attacks by radical religious groups against political activists, which the authorities had failed to investigate. The organisation also expressed concern that a draft law prohibiting Ben Ali-era government officials from seeking office was too restrictive and would not advance "inclusive democracy".The government is reversing progress on human rights in Tunisia following last year's Arab Spring revolution, Amnesty International has warned.
Thursday October 24, 2012
Film makers and Artists from the Arab World at the MOMA
MoMAFilm: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters
Transgressions, the third and final installment in this series, showcases a mix of rarely screened, unknown works and a handful of classics from the Arab world, dating from the 1960s until now. The films, whose authors have used deeply subjective, personal, and novel artistic approaches, incorporate themes of gender, sexuality, repression, and radical political events. The program aims to highlight kinship and connections in sensibilities and artistry, and imagine a conversation between films from different countries and times. Works selected hail from Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, and Tunisia. The works—on film and video, short and feature length, documentary and fiction—reflect a diversity and richness of voices and of imaginative visual languages, sparking a dialogue with the visiting directors. The exhibition is organized by Jytte Jensen, Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art, and Rasha Salti, Independent Curator. Presented in association with ArteEast, New York.mapping subjectivity experimentation in arab-cinema from the 1960s to now
Thursday September 27, 2012
Outrage as Tunisia woman raped by police
TUNISIAN civil society groups have expressed outrage after a young woman was accused of indecency by two policemen jailed for raping her, amid criticism of the Islamist-led government for rolling back women's rights.Two policemen then raped her, while the third held the handcuffed fiance.
The NGOs, which include the Tunisian Association of Democratic Women and the Tunisian League of Human Rights, slammed what they described as a procedure that "transforms the victim into the accused."
It "is designed to frighten, and to force her and her fiance to waive their rights," they added.
They also questioned "the seriousness of the government's commitment to applying the national plan to combat violence against womenbreaking-news/world/outrage-as-tunisian-woman-raped-by-police/story-e6frfkui-1226482199500#ixzz27fqJ3tbd
Sunday September 22, 2012
the nation hit milestones for women last year when it adopted a gender-parity law that required equal participation in constituent assembly elections.
Tunisia later lifted reservations to the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women â?? a sort of bill rights for women that Tunisia, like other Arab states, previously failed to adopt in full.
Despite these reforms, last month women rallied in the streets against what they believe is a threat to their status â?? a change in the draft of the nation's new constitution that would deem women "complementary to men." The leading Islamist Ennahda party vowed to uphold women's rights and not enforce hardline Islamic laws, but activists are skeptical.
Sunday September 9, 2012
New Constitution Against Women
Marzouki wants to rediscover his image as an activist and a man of principle, said Neziha Rejiba, an activist who left the Congress for the Republic out of disgust with Marzouki’s alliance with the Islamists. ‘‘But it is too late for him, he’s played his cards and Ennahda has truly buried him.’’
The other area expected to come under serious debate will be the balance between freedom of expression and respect for religion.
While freedom of expression is enshrined in the draft constitution, Article 3, along with others, criminalizes ‘‘attacks on the sacred
August 25th, 2012
Tunisia: UN Must Act Decisively to Uphold the Rule of Law
When 26-year old Tunisian street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi incinerated himself on December 17, 2010, his act resonated across an entire region and sparked what is known as the Arab Spring. His cry echoed across the world because it was a universal call for justice, basic fairness, and equal treatment. Indeed, it was a call for the rule of law.
Nearly two years later, the United Nations has a unique opportunity to answer that call when the UN General Assembly holds a high level meeting on the rule of law this September. The UN member states are in a position to hold a serious discussion on how to advance the rule of law through the creation of tools and fora where real engagement can occur. Convened against a backdrop of the paralysis of the UN Security Council over the bloodbath in Syria and political transitions in the Middle East and elsewhere, few topics are of more pressing concern to the international community.
August 20th, 2012
Don't Fear All Islamists, Fear Salafis2012/08/20/opinion/dont-fear-all-islamists-fear-salafis.html
Salafism, an extremist form of political Islam with roots
in Saudi Arabia, has been spreading in the wake of the Arab spring
Sunday August 13, 2012
Tunisia: Organisers of August 13 March Determined to Demonstrate in Habib Bourguiba Avenue
Walk Proud Tunisian Woman
Tunis — Chairwoman of Tunisian Democratic Women Association Ahlem Belhadj asserted, on Friday, the attachment of the civil society’s components to demonstrate in Habib Bourguiba Avenue on the celebration of the 56th anniversary of the promulgation of the personal status code, rejecting categorically the article 28 of the draft of the new Constitution.
“Dialogue continues with the Interior Ministry to have the authorisation to demonstrate in the Habib Bourguiba Avenue”, she said during a meeting with the press held, jointly, with the Chairwoman of the Association of Tunisian women for Research and Development (AFTURD) Radhia Dridi and President of the Tunisian Human Rights Defence League (LTDH) Abdessattar Ben Moussa.
The Interior Ministry, she noted, justified its decision providing for banning demonstrations in Habib Bourguiba Avenue on August 13, by “its incapacity to guarantee the required security to this march”, given the great affluence on this avenue during the month of Ramadan.
“The regulation by the Interior Ministry of the demonstrations comes to confirm its adoption of the same former regime practices,” said, in turn, LTDH President, warning against the confiscation of freedom in case of adoption of the draft of the new Constitution published by the media.”
Radhia Dridi voiced fear to see women’s situation regress, estimating that “democracy could not be achieved without the guarantee of human rights and dignity and consecrate equality of gender.”
July 16, 2012
What and where are we Today ?
April 27th, 2012
Ghazi Y. Khankan Rahemahu Allah passed away April 26,2012
Ghazi Khankan was the pride of the Tunisian Center, he will always be in our prayers and hearts
Al-Haaj Ghazi Y. Khankan is director of Interfaith Affairs and Communications at the Islamic Center of Long Island, Westbury, NY and is the executive director of the Council on American Islamic Relations - New York office. He lectures across the United States and has produced radio and television programs dealing with Al-Islaam, the religion, civilization, and complete way of life. His main concern is to correct the distorted image of Al-Islaam in the West.
Ghazi Y. Khankan studied at the Lycee Francais, at Aleppo College in Syria, and at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. In the United States, he completed his education at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles in the fields of Business Administration and International Relations (1954-1960).
He was the director of the Organization of Arab Students in the U.S. and Canada (1960-1964). Al-Haaj Khankan is the past president of the National Council on Islamic Affairs, which in 1999 merged with the American Muslim Alliance. He is a member of the Islamic-Roman Catholic Dialogue, American Muslims and Jews in Dialogue, the Jewish-Christian-Islamic Commission of the National Conference of Community and Justice, The Long Island Multi-Faith Forum, the Long Beach Clergy Association, the Long Island Majlis Ash-Shura, Islamic Leadership Council of New York, and several other inter-faith groups.
As director of "The Voice of Al-Islaam Broadcasting" in New York for more than 25 years, Al-Haaj Khankan met with and interviewed many Muslim and Arab leaders during his travels throughout the Middle East and the U.S. He is a regular guest on Long Island Cablevision Channel 25's TeLIcare programs, "Father Tom and Religious Leaders" and "Circle of Faith."
He is a member of the N.Y. State Advisory Committee of the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, D.C. and in November 1996 was designated by Nassau County Executive, Mr. Thomas S. Gulotta, to serve as his Coordinator with the Muslim Community on Long Island. Beginning in 1998, Al-Haaj Khankan has been advisor on Islamic Affairs at the Long Island University, C. W. Post campus, Long Island, NY. He volunteers as a Muslim advisor at North Shore University Hospital, Glen Cove, NY and at the Nassau County Medical Center, East Meadow, NY. He is a United States citizen and has lived in the U.S. since 1954.
May Allah bless his soul and grant him paradise Amen
March 27, 2012
Why the United States have to rethink its foreign policy
institutions that deliver decent government, consensual politics that provide for rotations in power, women’s rights and an ethic of pluralism that protects minorities and allows for modern education.
March 26, 2012
US house leader Nancy Pelose raises concern for media freedom and womens'rights in Tunisia
In need of a road-map toward Democracy, the great peoples of the revolution have been replaced by ennahda party who the revolution and is administrating it its way.
March 20, 2012
Happy Tunisian Independence Day 2012
Wishing to Tunisians a happy peaceful democratic free Independent Era with a free future from any political and religious allienation ideology, but Democracy. Freedom, Dignity and Jobs which are the Cause of the Revolution should be the prime target. Thank to young Tunisians and their sacrifices, we may hope to envision a better tomorrow.
March 8, 2012
Happy Woman Day Globally
Today, I fear more for the future of women in Middle-East and North-Africa than yesterday...Wishing to all women on earth, from all continents, colors, religions, indistinctly of their origins, ethnicity, cultures, races a Happy and Peaceful Woman Day and a Fairest Future with less wars and more justice and peace and opportunities for Women.
February 10, 2012
Word Press and the winning picture
"It stands for Yemen, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Syria, for all that happened in the Arab Spring," said juror Koyo Kouoh. "But it shows a private, intimate side of what went on, and it shows the role that women played, not only as caregivers, but as active people in the movement."
December 17, 2011
Happy Holidays and Happy New Year 2012
Wishing to all the Tunisian Community and Friends of Tunisia Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year 2012
October 23, 2011
MUST SEE LONDON RIVER FILMLondonRiverdownloawds_embeds.html
Directed by three time Academy-Award nominated, Franco-Algerian director Rachid Bouchareb, is set against the backdrop of the July 7th 2005 terrorist attacks. The film follows Elisabeth (BAFTA winner, Academy Award® nominee Brenda Blethyn) as she travels from her small farming community to London in the aftermath of the bombings after failing to hear from her daughter. Elisabeth is disturbed by the predominantly Muslim neighborhood where her daughter lived. Her fear and prejudice escalate when she discovers that her daughter was converting to Islam and as she keeps crossing paths with Ousmane (Berlin's Silver Bear winner, Sotigui Kouyaté), a West African who has come from France to find his missing son. Although they come from very different backgrounds, Elizabeth and Ousmane share the same hope of finding their children alive. Putting aside their cultural differences, they give each other the strength to continue the search and maintain their faith in humanity.
The film will be released theatrically in New York Citystarting Wednesday December 7th, 2011 at Cinema Village followed by the Los Angeles opening at Laemmle’s Royal Theatre on December 16th.
November 6, 2011
Happy Eid to Tunisians and muslim communities 2011
November 8, 2011
Monsieur Mustapha B.J., We Fear for our Achievements, help us
Wednesday, November 2nd; In the 2nd floor of the Tunis Stock Exchange Hall, Mustapha Ben Jaafar, surrounded by his staff, was about to take leave of its hosts at the end of a meeting with the President of scholarship and his staff when a lady calls him: "Monsieur Mustapha, we fear for our achievements, help us". The pattern of Ettakattol response: "don't worry, we are very vigilant." This almost incongruous inquiry in this space is the cry of the heart of a Tunisian who is evil to his Tunisia, who suffers from seeing old acquired fifty delivered in the name of Islam. This case is not isolated. Millions of Tunisians, women and men share their indignation, concern and are committed to the obscurantist dam. And say that it is politicians to seek the legalization of their party "as long as they do disrupt not public order!", while at the same time, these groups increasing verbal and sometimes physical attacks on women in university classrooms and appropriate separation between the sexes in University restaurants and even in the queues as in the October 23 poll.
October 24, 2011
Tunisian Elections, a window to Democracy, Freedom and Dignity or a way toward theocracy
We look to know the results of the 3.5 million Tunisian who vote for the New Tunisia
March 21st, 2011
class="style6">Bo Zaunders, a journalist specialist in Tourism Industry together with Globe Trotter TV visiting Tunisia
Link to this articlehttp://www.luxuryweb.com/html/travels_in_tunisia.html
Happy Mothers'Day to all the mothers globally and in particular to the Tunisian Mothers who supported and enhanced the Jasmine Revolution.
Happy Free and Democratic Tunisian Independence Day
Some of the Activities accomplished by the Tunisian Culture Institute in New York
For those who ignore what did the Tunisian Culture Center of New York, we are presenting you the Agenda of the 3.5 years of activities. The following are the Big lines and every activity is documented with pictures, DVDs' and reports
1)Grand Opening the Day of the Republic Day July 25th, 2007 and NOT 7 November
2) Last Friday of every month "Poetic Forum" Abou-El-Kacem-Chebbi
3) Frst Tunisian International Parade Day last Saturday of June
4) Painting exhibition monthly at the Tunisian Culture
5) Special Touristic Day presentation in January at the Tunisian Center (or auditorium)
6) Special Jewish Tour Presentation at the Tunisian Culture Center (or auditorium)
7) Special Program:Discover Tunisia" in High schools of the 5 boroughs.(monthly)
8) NAAP manifestation every year promoting books, pamphlets, brochures about Tunisia
9) The US Scouts and the Tunisian Scouts in USA (activities, exchanges, promotions and museum of the US Scout Camp and a Section for Tunisia
10) Arabesque Festival Kennedy Center in Washington DC, the Tunisian Culture Center worked hard to exhibit fashion traditional wedding dresses from Tunisia
11) Arabic classes for the Tunisians (children and adults) and non-Tunisians every week-end
12) Promoting workshop into the Educational system in New York State with a Pilot Program launched by the Tunisian Culture Center
13) Special Pre-Ramadan festivity
14) Sahra Ramadaniyya every year, Eid and Eid Idha
15) Independence Day in a Theatre such as Engelmann at Baruch College Theatre and so on
.. 16) One time a year, the 7 november manifestation which is a due to every Tunisian government institution
. 17) August 13, the Personal Status Code for the Tunisian Woman Day and its achievements
. 19) An International Cross-Cultural Day for the melting pot New York at the Tunisian Culture Center.
20) Every manifestation in City Hall or by other Organizations such as African Organizations or Arab Club of the United Nations have seen the presence of Tunisia and its Culture message/mission.
21) We want to increase bridging gaps and exchanges between America & Middle-East and North-Africa with workshops on Democracy as well as between Entrepreneurs increasing trades and business opportunities.
22) We also want to mention the contribution of the Tunisian Culture Center in helping decide TYCO, a worldwide International Company choose Tunisia for its Headquarter to distribute and produce its goods.
23) The Tunisian Culture Center helped and facilitated links between Riadh Ettounsi and some famous personalities to go on Dandana TV.
24) The Tunisian Culture Center contributed in exchanges between American Students from the AFS and Tunisian students.
25) The Tunisian Culture Center recieved and facilitated Artists exhibitions such as Lotfi Bouchnak,Ferid Boughedir, Fatma Saidane, Fatma Turki
26) The Tunisian Culture Center sent brochures, posters, informations to American Tourists that visited Tunisia
27) Request of help, Visas, Citizenship for children of Tunisians from mixed marriage
28) At the Tunisian Culture Center, we also helped Tunisians with needs such as lawyers, social needs, or Tunisian orientation on how to create and what is needed to have a business in Tunisia
29) It is our Duty and we always follow what J.F.Kennedy said:Ask Yourself what you can do for your Country; don't ask your country to do something for you.
30) I invite all Tunisians who beleive in the Revolution and are willing to develop and showcase the Tunisian Culture in America to come forward and lead
SAVE THE TUNISIAN CULTURE CENTER IN NEW YORK
WE HAVE BEEN ORDERED BY THE AMBASSADOR M.S.TEKAYA TO SHUT DOWN OUR TUNISIAN CENTER AFTER 3 YEARS of EFFORTS TO PROMOTE TUNISIA TOURISTICALLY, CULTURALLY, ECONOMICALLY, SOCIALLY, MORALLY AND WITHOUT HYPOCRISIE. PLEASE JOIN US AND SIGN THE PETITION TO KEEP OUR TUNISIAN CULTURE IN NEW YORK ALIVE.
FOLLOW THE LINK January 30th, 2011
Tunisian women's image and reputation remain shining and leading,given the historical gains since the Independence of Tunisia
AWO presidency to pass over to Algeria next March The Foreign Ministry reported on Friday that the presidency of the Arab Women Organisation (AWO), which will be transferred, under regulations in force, from Tunisia to Sudan will be assumed by Algeria. The Tunisian Minister of Women will transfer AWO presidency to her Algerian counterpart next March. According to an informed source, Leila Trabelsi, wife of the ousted president thought it had received, during her presidency of the Organisation, the approval of wives of Arab first ladies on the occasion of the AWO's 3rd Congress held last October in Tunis. This was not possible given the poor participation of high-level delegations (only six Arab first ladies). Tunisian women's image and reputation remain shining and leading, given the historical gains made for them since Independence, thanks first and foremost to the Personal Status Code, said essentially the source, in response to a question on the current opinion of Arab states on Tunisian women.
January 22nd, 2011
Three days mourning the victims of the Freedom Revolution of Tunisia or Jasmine Revolution
Tunisia will pay compensation to the families of victims of human rights abuse under its ousted authoritarian leader and will send envoys to other Arab states to pursue him, its prime minister said on Friday. Anti-government protesters again took to the streets as Tunisia began three days of mourning for the dozens of people killed during president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali's overthrow. The interim government, which took over after Ben Ali fled to Saudi Arabia last week in the face of widespread popular unrest, has faced continued protests by crowds angry that members of the old guard are still in the cabinet. Mohamed Ghannouchi, Ben Ali's prime minister who has remained in office to lead an interim coalition cabinet, made an effort to distance himself from the ousted president in an emotional television interview. "I lived like Tunisians and I feared like Tunisians," he said. He promised compensation for the families of victims of human rights abuses, and said envoys to Arab capitals would make the case that Ben Ali should be tracked down
January 17, 2011
Being a strain of jasmine, "Arabian Jasmine"
The tree releases a nice and pleasant smell especially in the evening.
This variety of jasmine is only found in Tunisia and has a special shape and smell.
Arabian machmoum plays an important role socially
Stratifying the granules of the "Arabian jasmine" tree to form the so-called "machmoum" (bouquet) is one of the traditional crafts in Tunisia.
The flower holds a significant role in weddings and is used in the psychological preparation of both the bride and the groom the day of their wedding.
Tunisian "Arabian jasmine" is a distinctive hallmark as far as the cultivation of Tunisian plants and the manufacture of perfumes at home and abroad are considered.Generations of young men and women inherited the prevailing belief that "the Arabian jasmine machmoum" is a symbol of manhood.
December 15, 2010
Tunisia elected Vice-President of UNESCO cultural Committee
Tunisia was recently elected Vice-President of the 5th ordinary session of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions.As one of the 24 Member States of the Committee, Tunisia is a founding member of the UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, signed in 2005 and entered into force in 2007. The news was announced during the meeting of the 4rth ordinary session, held from November 29 to December 3, 2010 at the headquarters of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Paris
Friday December 3rd, 2010
Honoring the Carthage HandCraft Delegation at the Tunisian Culture Center Of America
The Tunisian Culture Center located 2 blocks from the Tucker Show-room and 1 block from the Empire State Building, in Midtown Manhattan, is organizing a Reception in honoring the FAMEX, the TACC and the Tunisian Designers after the closing Exhibition at Tucker Gallery.Dinner, music, awards and certificates. A great presence of Tunisians and Friends of Tunisia will attend on this occasion.
November 28 to December 3rd
Carthage HandCraft in Tucker Show-Room in Manhattan
A great delegation composed of 12 designers handcrafts , inspired by the history of 3000 years that crossed Tunisia; from the Phenicians, Romans,Andalousians, Ottoman Empire to the Arab civilization.
We can see a melting pot of tastes and inspirational civilizations into the marvelous art work of these Designers and Creators. 10 women and 5 men work hand in hand to make sure that this is a strong start
October 11, 2010
Tunisia to host 1st Young Fashion Designers World Festival
As part of the private sector's contribution to the festivities marking the celebration of International Youth Year, the consultancy agency in branding and image "Magictem" organizes in Hammamet, from December 9 to 15, 2010, the first edition of the World Festival of young fashion designers.A number of young fashion designers, as well as several...
October 7, 2010
Tunisian youth delegation reads message at UN General Assembly
The Tunisian youth delegation, who are part of Tunisia's official delegation taking part in the United Nations General Assembly's Third Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs Committee, delivered an address in which they issued a call to the international community and governments to establish a new approach that assigns a more active role to youth.
At the White House, President Obama celebrating Ramadan
At the White house, during the Iftar offered to the muslim community in America, President Obama mention in his speech that the First Ambassador who invited President Jefferson to an Iftar 200 years ago was TUNISIAN.
August 13, 2010 President Obama made 2 gifts to Tunisia because it is the Tunisian Woman Day the same day.
August 6, 2010
Special Thank you to the Director of the US Scout Camp Mrs.Cathy Texter for hosting the Tunisian Center of America
Best Wishes from all the US Scouts and Tunisian Scouts, from the Tunisian Center .The Salute of the Tunisian Flag ceremony and the Tunisian National Anthem have filled our eyes with tears of Joy and Pride.Thank you US & Tunisian Scouts.
Director Cathy Texter helped us non hesitantly immediately at our arrival to the Camp. All boy scouts were orderly well organized individuals and made the event a success.
Awards and Certificates were given from the Tunisian Center to Director Mrs Cathy Texter,Mr.Brian Texter,Mr.Henry Frick,Mr.Mark Dinkelacker, Mr.Ken Skidmore,Mr.Daniel Gallengar, Mr.Walt Davidson.
Gifts were given to the Museum of the Mount Camp such as a Tunisian carpet, 3 books about the history, the Art Craft and modern Tunisia on the Tunisian Presidency of the Arab Women's Organization held by the Democratic Constitutional Rally on March 12, 2010
July 12, 2010
Tunisian Designer Fares Cherait at the International African Fashion Show in New York City
Fares Cherait - world renowned Tunisian Designer in New York this week to participate in Africa Fashion Week NY, which will be taking place from July 12 to 18, 2010 in Manhattan.The Tunisian Center, director Remadi Nour, Paola, Sonia and Faycal were there at the press release and at the Fashion show to support and encourage Designer Fares Cherait
TUNISIA at the 8th Annual Arab-American North African Cultural Street Festival was a great success
I want to thank you for your participation. Your presence played a big role in showcasing our culture and heritage, thank you for donating your time and talent to show the Arab and non-Arab world how rich and diverse our culture is. We had performers, volunteers and vendors from most areas of the Arab world and an estimated 25,000 visitors through out the day. We spent so much time and energy working on the festival and with out your support it wouldn't have been such a great success.
July 1st, 2010
Unites Nations Wives
Tunisia had an exhibition of crafts, food, art products and traditional costumes.The Tunisian Center contribution in offering posters of Tunisia and supporting Tunisia who had a beautiful stand