Tunisia's parliament has questioned two ministers accused of promoting Quote-normalization of ties with Israel.
The ministers were summoned in the wake of Israeli tourists being allowed into Tunisia, which does not recognize Israel. A motion of criticism was filed late last month against the Tunisian tourism minister and the deputy interior minister for security over the issue. The tourism minister was also accused of receiving an Israeli delegation -- a charge she has denied. Israel has always been a pariah in the Middle East and North Africa since it was created. And most regional countries have resisted Western calls for them to recognize the Israeli regime.