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The women “are (sexually) swapped between 20, 30, and 100 rebels and they come back bearing the fruit of sexual contacts in the name of sexual jihad and we are silent doing nothing and standing idle,” Arab news network Former Mufti of Tunisia Sheikh Othman Battikh reportedly said in April that 13 Tunisian girls were "fooled" into traveling to Syria to offer sexual intercourse to rebel fighters, in order to create an army strong enough to overthrow the regime of President Bashar Assad. In August, general director of public security service in Tunisia Mostafa Bin Omar said that a “sexual jihad cell” had been discovered and dispersed in an area west of the country known for its concentration of al-Qaida fighters.The mufti, who says was dismissed from his post shortly after making these alleged statements, described the so-called “sexual Jihad” as a type of “prostitution.”“For Jihad in Syria, they are now pushing girls to go there. Bin Omar told Al Arabiya that al-Qaeda affiliate Ansar Shariah was offering minor girls with their faces covered as sexual offerings for jihadist fighters.Clare Moseley, founder of Care4Calais, had a relationship with Tunisian migrant Mohamed Bajjar, a fact which was reportedly well known among both migrants and volunteers.Earlier this month, it emerged that 46-year-old Moseley ended her relationship with 27-year-old Bajjar after fearing that he had conned her out of thousands of pounds, The Sun claimed.Area: 163,610 km2 (5.3 times the size of Belgium) 10.5 million inhabitants Number of lawyers: 8,000, or 1 lawyer per 1,312 inhabitants (in Belgium: 1 lawyer per 666 inhabitants) Number of lawyers in the capital: 4,000 Four years after the revolution, a long period of transition came to an end in Tunisia in December 2014, allowing the adoption of a new constitution, the establishment of a democratically-elected parliament and the election of a new president.

After the decision, a fellow court judge, who did not want to be named, told CNN: "In that particular case, the judge was simply abiding the law, which is definitely an antiquated law.But a court spokesman announced that the girl “was not raped” and the judge ruled the controversial marriage could go ahead.