Quotes by Tunisian authors
French laicite is probably aggressive and antagonistic to the religion, but there are other models of secularism in the world where there could be reconciliation between religion and secularism.
Tunisia will continue to be a source of influence, not through its size but through the ideas and the models that it represents.
In our modern age - in the age of free information - I don't think there is any place for dictatorships.
The beautiful thing about L.A. is that you have 50 countries in one county. Diversity brings power and muscle.
When I entered the market, I was rejected because the elite say that you have to sell things at a certain price point. My position was that the consumer is smarter than that. Who cares if it's $200, not $2,000?
Fashion is my passion, and I respect the creativity that you find in its different levels.
As a child, I was raised with my grandmother, alongside all my cousins, and the kitchen was always full.
Women must know themselves better than anyone. If you have ugly legs, wear long dresses. If you have long, great legs, show them.
I take it to heart that, for example, there aren't enough funds for AIDS research, but people pay 20 times the value of an item of clothing.
The American woman is more stylish than any other in the world. She understands the power of good style and has the confidence to feel comfortable.
Even if I was in prison, I could be free in my head. I can adapt easily.
I'm happier about my friends than I am about my work. I still have a long way to go with work. My friends, that's the one thing I'm sure about.
We in Tunisia have no problem with respecting other people's religion, and we have a long tradition of that.
There is no one in al-Nahda that is 'violence is a means of change or to keep power.' Everyone in al-Nahda believes that democracy is the only way to reach power and to stay in power.
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