Angela Merkel: You deserve being a prominent leader despite pain

Angela Merkel is set for a fourth term as Germany’s chancellor after her centre right CDU/CSU won a projected 33% of the vote in federal elections, making it the largest party in the Bundestag with an estimated 218 seats.

An article broadcast on December 22, 2016 by Ben Rhouma Chedly supported Angela Merkel, after the terrorist Christmas attack in Germany that undermined her popularity.  Here follows the article:

“Angela Merkel: You deserve being a prominent leader despite pain

As Tunisian citizen reared on coexistence and respect for others whatever the difference is with them, I apologize on behalf of all Tunisian peace-lovers, for the heinous and inhuman attacks  on innocent people in Berlin or in any place in the world.

Such busting and painful terrorism incidents on German soil impact negatively on the popularity of Chancellor Angela Merkel who remains an example for entire world of rigor, responsibility and humanity.

We remind that when some European leaders closed their borders to asylum seekers and felt proud of their unfair decision, without feeling the tragedies of those refugees, Merkel opened her country to tormented souls who left their homeland under duress and took her responsibility as great politician to protect escapees from the Syrian hell especially, therefore she earned the respect and admiration of the people around the world as well as prominent politicians.

History lessons taught us that when more European leaders have left power or passes away, history did not remember them but it will remember Merkel who shared human history with other onerous crossers with kids and elders looking for shelters under any sky.

We hope that leader Merkel remains stronger in these difficult circumstances because history will remember her hard humanitarian decisions whose negative repercussions is exploited by some politicians living of sorrows and tragedies.”

TunisianMonitorOnLine (Ben Rhouma Chedly)


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