Tunisia, a long wedge of land between Algeria and Libya, has long been a gateway from the Mediterranean to the African continent. Christianity flourished in Tunisia during the fourth century A.D. Today, Islam permeates the heart of Tunisian culture. While Tunisia still has the problems of a developing country, the people seem generally content with their lives and Islamic traditions. Today's Tunisians are working to reconcile their Muslim heritage with their reputation as one of the Arab world's most progressive countries, especially in the areas of education and freedom for women. 2005.
The Tunisian Arabs DVD includes:
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Also available: Tunisian Arabs Unreached People Group Prayer Guide, and Unreached Peoples of South Asia and Africa.