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Rachid Ghannouchi

Date of Birth: 7 June 1941
Place of Birth: El Hamma


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Boutef's miracle return

Emphasising that Bouteflika is back meetings were held with the Tunisian Ennahda leader Rachid Ghannouchi on 10 September and octogenarian Nidaa Tounus (Call of Tunisia) leader Béji Caïd Essebsi a day later...


Tactics but no strategy

Alarmed at the impact on the international movement Islamist leaders such as Khalid Meshaal of Hamas Tunisia’s Rachid Ghannouchi and Egypt’s Yusuf al Qaradawi are still trying to reconcile the NCP factions we hear...


Splits prolong crisis

Ennahda President Rachid Ghannouchi expected the Wafa Movement and the Liberté et dignité parliamentary group to join the ruling coalition but said that there were still issues to resolve...


Wilting jasmine

There was no surprise then when the recent award of Britain’s Chatham House Prize for the statesperson deemed ‘to have made the most significant contribution to the improvement of international relations in the previous year’ to Marzouki and Ennahda leader Rachid Ghannouchi met with derision in Tunis...


The plot thickens

This cost US$250 000 and welcomed Islamists such as Tunisia’s Rachid Ghannouchi the Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie from Egypt and Khalid Meshaal from Hamas who profusely thanked Sudan for its help in Gaza and promised to take revenge on Israel for bombing the Yarmouk arms factory (AC Vol 53 No 22 Target Khartoum)...


Ghannouchi unplugged

Liberal mistrust of Islamist leader Rachid Ghannouchi is mounting after his unguarded remarks about collaboration with hard-line Salafist groups were secretly videoed and distributed on the internet...


Tunisia lobbies for the UMA

He is married to Ennahda leader Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi’s daughter Soumaya Ghannoushi (AC Vol 52 No 21 New rules for a new order)...


Brothers unbound

Its government is to be led not by its leader Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi but by Hamadi Jebali a former Editor of the party newspaper who spent 15 years in gaol (including a decade in solitary confinement) from 1992...


Waiting for a breakthrough

Bouguerra Soltani the leader of the smallest party in the ruling Presidential Alliance the Mouvement de la société pour la paix (MSP) has been 'galvanised' by the Muslim Brotherhood's breakthrough elsewhere meeting Tunisian Ennahda's Rachid Ghannouchi when he visited Algiers in November and celebrating the victory of Abdelillah Benkirane's Parti de la justice et du développement (PJD) in Morocco...


New rules for a new order

Ennahda led by 70-year-old Rachid Ghannouchi who founded it in 1981 presents as a modern Islamist movement on the lines of Turkey’s Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi (AKP Justice and Development Party)...


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