Please pray for Tunisia.

My country has been attacked by terrorists.
Two men armed with Kalashnikov attacked the Bardo Museum this morning. I don’t know about the exact number but there is people hurt and people who died. Please pray for them and their family. Please pray for Tunisia. Today more than ever we need you.


When Charlie Hebdo attack happened the whole world was shouting in union “ I am Charlie” including me.
Today, a terrible terrorist attack occured in The Bardo Museum of Tunis. This museum is one of the biggests tourist attractions in my country Tunisia. And today, tunisians and many tourists were visiting it to see its beauty and amazing mosaic tiles. They found themselves facing guns and bullets.
17 tourists and two Tunisians were killed. This attack has made all Tunisians hopless. Tourism is our economy. Without economy Tunisia doesn’t exist.
In Charlie Hebdo, they killed freedom of expression. In Bardo, they killed culture.
Stand up for Tunisia just as you stood up for France.
#JesuisBardo #IamBardo


The Métlaoui Secondary School in Métlaoui, Tunisia by Tijiani Ellouze [1980]. It was commissioned to provide education for 1,200 students. Simple geometrical forms were chosen to facilitate the identification of each structure’s function. The school is organized around a triangular court with six blocks, containing 38 classroom on the southwest side and are connected by a gymnasium to six workshops and annexes on the northern side of the campus. All of the buildings are rectangular in plan and both the classrooms and workshops are arranged in a stepped layout, creating a more dynamic composition against the desert landscape. This composition is accentuated by the varied textures of exposed concrete and brick infill.