Mohamed Bouazizi (1984-2011)  a Tunisian street vendor who set himself on fire on 17 December 2010, in response to the confiscation of his wares and the harassment and humiliation that he said was inflicted on him by a municipal official and her aides. This act became a catalyst for the Tunisian Revolution..

Tarek al-Tayeb Mohamed Bouazizi (Arabic: محمد البوعزيزي‎; 29 March 1984 – 4 January was a Tunisian street vendor who set himself on fire.

Tunis on 14 January 2011 during the Tunisian Revolution.

Tunisia Unrest - VOA - Tunis 14 Jan 2011 - Tunisia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tunisian Revolution Chap Head

This is a chapter Head for the 5 years since the Tunisian revolution it show the path of the evolution starting by sidi bouzid until 14 january un Tunisia made…

Emel Mathlouthi: Voice Of The Tunisian Revolution

Emel Mathlouthi: Voice Of The Tunisian Revolution

Emel Mathlouthi: Voice Of The Tunisian Revolution Elisa Sednaoui

Revolution Tunisie

Revolution Tunisie

cool This powerful film is an honest look at Arab youth right before the Tunisian revolution

This powerful film is an honest look at Arab youth right before the Tunisian revolution - Fullact Trending Stories With The Laugh Mixture

Pictures From the Tunisian Revolution

Pictures From the Tunisian Revolution

Five years after the Tunisian revolution, political frustration doesn’t diminish progress - The Washington Post

Five years after the Tunisian revolution, political frustration doesn’t diminish progress

Mohammed Bouazizi did not like the way the government enforced unfair rules, so in order to make a point he lit himself on fire, which lead to his death.

Tunisian Revolution - Al Jazeera English

The Tunisian Revolution of 2011 marked the start of the Arab Spring.

The Nobel Peace Prize for the Tunisian National Dialogue QuartetI congratulate Tunisia’s National Dialogue Quartet for their selection as winners of the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize.This extraordinary honor recognizes the critical role civil society organizations played following the Tunisian revolution — by preserving national unity and constructing a political process that led to both

The Nobel Peace Prize for the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet

Nobel peace prize 2015 goes to Tunisian civil society groups – live updates

Photo of Tunisian revolution on January 2011, first Arab revolution, to remember! The ouster of President Ben Ali on January 14, 2011, was followed by demands for the election of a constituent assembly.  Photojournalist Tunisia  © 2013 Documentary photography by Manuel Meszarovits

Photo of Tunisian revolution on January 2011, first Arab revolution, to remember! The ouster of President Ben Ali on January 14, 2011, was followed by demands for the election of a constituent assembly. Photojournalist Tunisia © 2013 Documentary photography by Manuel Meszarovits

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