Women, morality, religion. Two years after the fall of Ben Ali, Tunisia is coming to terms with its dual personality: on the one hand secular and Westernized, on the other hand deeply Arab and Islamic. Women, who were protagonists in the days of the revolt, are today the focal point of transition: more and more girls wear the veil, more and more behaviors are condemned because they are "contrary to morality". People take to the streets to defend the separation of state and religion as supported by Bourguiba and preserved under Ben Ali, but supporters of Ennahda (the Islamic party now in government) defend their actions in the name of identity, individual freedom and a renewed need for religion.

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