The former Tunisian president Moncef Marzouki said that Mohamed Zouari’s assassination last Thursday is “a political crime par excellence.”
Speaking to Quds Press, Marzouki affirmed that the Tunisian pro-Qassam scientist Mohamed Zouari’s assassination is a serious crime that violates the Tunisian sovereignty.
“We are still waiting for the Tunisian government’s response to this humanitarian and political crime”, according to his statement.
Earlier on Sunday, the Tunisian government vowed to keep tabs on a probe recently launched into Zouari’s assassination.
Mohamed Zouari, 49, was gunned down, on Thursday, outside his home, on Menzel Chaker Road to Sfax-South, while he was in his car.
The Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of the Islamic resistance movement Hamas, on Saturday, said the Israeli occupation regime was undoubtedly behind his assassination.