Tunisia's new government is now headed by the formerly-banned Islamist party called Ennahda. The government says it is focused on boosting the economy, but some worry that Ennahda says one thing while doing another.
The Islamic Ennahda party has the largest bloc in Tunisia's new constitutional assembly. Critics of Ennahda worry it will change the country's predominantly secular legal codes. Tunisia's Jews say they're not worried, at least not yet.
With elections in Tunisia slated for Sunday, women and moderates are worried that surging Islamist parties will roll back the liberal policies that have set Tunisia apart from the rest of the Arab states.
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