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Topic - Hamadi Jebali
The extradition of Libya's former prime minister from Tunis on Sunday has raised concern about his safety and created a rift between Tunisia's Islamist prime minister and its liberal president.
Security forces will not hesitate to use lethal force to restore order, Tunisia's interior minister said Thursday after a string of violent incidents in recent weeks.
In the wake of the vote, Tunisian Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali urged others to follow his country's example and expel Syria's ambassadors as a sign to protesters there that Mr. Assad has no international legitimacy.
"The war that Bashar Assad is leading is a war against humanity," he said, "and this requires a very strong response by the international community."