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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Zied Ladhari
The Tunisian government is "not happy" about a decision by a court in Tunis to hand suspended two-year sentences to 20 people who attacked the U.S. Embassy in Tunisia last year, a Tunisian official said on Friday.
Mr. Ladhari said the Tunisian government is hopeful that the "course of the appeal will take the right decision and send the right signal reflecting the policy of the government and the thought of the people in Tunisia who are against such violent acts."
"We hope that this will also send the right signal for our partners, including the United States, about the strong will of the government to act against all of those who can destabilize the country and can pose a threat to our friends and our partners," he added.