Tunisia wants better ties with Israel

Profile of Joseph Bismuth, Tunisia’s only Jewish senator, in the Jerusalem Post:
Tunisia is interested in establishing diplomatic relations with Israel, according to Tunisia’s only Jewish legislator, though he defended his government’s decision to close Israel’s liaison office in 2000.

“There is really a wish to open relations,” Senator Joseph Bismuth told The Jerusalem Post while in Jerusalem Wednesday, but he noted that the “when and how” remains a question, and is linked to the general relationship between Israel and the Arab world. He did say, though, that, “There are many signals that the situation will improve very soon.”

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