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Submitted by Claudia Appel (Israel), Dec 20, 2011 at 03:16

The officer is a woman... In interviews of Tunisian men from Sidi Bou Zid that I've seen on France 24 news,all of the men said that had it been a man officer, there would have been no such outrage.

All of the men interviewed agreed that the major problem was that a Muslim woman had dared slap a Muslim man. The officer was in hiding for months & has only recently returned to work. Of course, she says she didn't slap him at all. She even said that as a Muslim woman, she knows better than to slap a man.

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