Comments:State of emergency declared in Tunisia

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Comments from feedback form - "Very well written article"021:23, 1 February 2011
Comments from feedback form - "Very well written article"021:23, 1 February 2011
Comments from feedback form - "It is a well written article b..."006:44, 21 January 2011
Comments from feedback form - "There are a few instances of p..."021:56, 18 January 2011
Relevant link011:34, 17 January 2011
Who are the Chaos?203:20, 16 January 2011

Comments from feedback form - "Very well written article"

Very well written article

204.57.107.1 (talk)21:23, 1 February 2011

Comments from feedback form - "Very well written article"

Very well written article

204.57.107.1 (talk)21:23, 1 February 2011

Comments from feedback form - "It is a well written article b..."

It is a well written article but it wouldn't hurt to hear the opinions of both the government and rebel groups

24.4.90.79 (talk)06:44, 21 January 2011

Comments from feedback form - "There are a few instances of p..."

There are a few instances of passive voice here which seem to obfuscate the issue, or avoid placing blame. Notably, "and forced a state of emergency to be declared," gives us no real information beyond a blameless fact--who declared the state of emergency? Was it declared on behalf of Tunisia, or did the chief of police get too over-anxious, or what?

65.197.19.244 (talk)21:56, 18 January 2011

Relevant link

What if Tunisia had a Revolution but nobody watched?

It appears to be symphatetic of the revolt.

IvarTJ (talk)11:34, 17 January 2011

Who are the Chaos?

The article started by saying "after weeks of chaos..." What are chaos? Are they like illegal imagrents like we have, or primitive tribes of saveges? Could someone plea explain who or what chaos are? I keep hearing about them lately, are they everywhere? are they coming to my house??

67.142.172.25 (talk)02:34, 16 January 2011

You may be more familiar with their close relatives the Mayhem and the Bedlam. Contrary to popular perception of ethnic divisions in the Middle East these three with their identity politics and their endless feuding constitute the most populous groups in the region.

209.30.87.133 (talk)03:18, 16 January 2011

From the Middle East they've spilled over into north Africa.

209.30.87.133 (talk)03:20, 16 January 2011