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I was walking along the streets of Sousse, Tunisia when a young guy in smart clothes tapped by elbow and asked me something in Arabic.

‘Je me regrette,’ I said in my barely functional French.

‘Oh, I thought you were Tunisian!’ he said in English, ‘Where are you from?’

It seemed unlikely that anyone would take me for an Arab but I was feeling a bit lonely that morning and so answered the usual questions of a traveler. Name, country of origin, job etc

Before I could get far though, he introduced me to his friend, Ahmed, who came up behind us with a limping gait and a predatory look on his face. It turned out his friend had spent 5 years in Rome and so we spoke in Italian, leaving the first guy out in the cold. While we were talking a Tunisian girl passed by and he called her over and kissed her on the cheek.

“Jamilah, this is Thomas from England.’ he told her and she gave me a timid smile as we shook hands. He spoke to her in Arabic for a few moments before she waved goodbye and Ahmed suggested we went for a cafe.

We entered the ubiquitous all-male Tunisian cafe where gaggles of men of all ages drank coffee around plastic tables, everyone present chain smoking cigarettes or hookahs and the football on overhead televisions. We found a table and I realised I had come this far with two strangers without really estalishing that we had anything in common. The guy who had first accosted me hadn’t said much since Ahmed had turned up and it was he who now dominated the conversation. After a few generalities, he leaned over and asked me:

‘Thomas, would you like to go to bed with that girl?’

‘Why do you ask?’

He made an expansive open-palmed gesture, demonstrating that he’d spent time in Italy. ‘We are men, no? And if I can help you I would be happy to…’

‘That’s very kind of you.’

‘But you must think of where to take her. Where are you staying?’

He considered for a moment, conferred with his friend in Arabic and then nodded his head approvingly. ‘Yes, you can take her there without any problems. Wait.’

He hobbled down the stairs and I asked the first guy where he had learned his English.

‘I work in a hotel.’ he smiled proudly but he didn’t seem very expansive and so we sat watching the football and sipping coffee until Ahmed returned.

‘I’ve just spoken with Jamilah and she says she likes you very much. She asked me if you have a condom and I said, ha, I didn’t exactly look in your pockets. Then she asked if you drink, and I said no, he’s a quiet guy. She was worried, you know, because some guys when they are in the bed, they kick, you know?’ he looked me in the eyes to see if I was the kind of person who liked to kick while making love. Satisfied that I would be a well-behaved lover, he sat back in his chair, ‘So, if you like, I can help you…’

‘But she only just met me.’ I insisted innocently.

‘Yes, but you know the way of the world…’

‘Ah, so how much money would she want?’

‘That’s up to you,’ Ahmed assured me, ‘Some men, if the girls asks for money first then they lose interest, you know?’ and he demonstrated his point by dipping both his index fingers, ‘So it’s better you give after.’ he paused and then said, ‘Tunisian men would give about 20 Dinars () but many tourists like to give more… I can see from your clothes that you don’t have a lot of money, so maybe 40 dinars… even 30….’ he added, interpreting my silence as financial hesitation.

By now I realised the whole thing had been a set up from the moment I’d been asked the time in Arabic and yet I was kinda enjoying myself. It was fun to watch this pimp try to allay my fears and entice me into an afternoon of passion with a Tunisian girl and his attempts to ingratiate himself were amusing. He suddenly asked:

“So, Thomas, I would like to go to England soon. Do you think you can help me?’

‘Probably not!’ I rejoined cheerfully and paid for our coffees. Not happy with a free drink, Ahmed continued to solicit my libido in the street and finally I suggested that he write Jamilah’s phone down for me so I could call her later if the mood struck me.

‘Okay, but I just hope she will understand you. She only speaks a little French.’

As I wondered how to lose my new friends, Ahmed stopped to buy some cigarettes and asked me if I had a spare coin, just or so. I gave him a big smile.

‘It was lovely to meet you, all!’

I walked off on my own into the crowds of the city, not quite as lonely as before and vaguely chilled at the encounter. A few days before I’d been walking in the sand dunes of the Sahara and now I was back walking the gutters of the city. The world is full of small-time crooks, each occupying a little world of sordid schemes and second-rate fantasies. It was amusing to be seen as a customer and slightly unnerving that I looked like one.

I took it as my cue to move on. I hope Jamilah wasn’t waiting too long for her phone call.

Source: http://www.roadjunky.com/2035/a-tunisian-pimp/




Casablanca Conference, Morocco - Prime Minister Churchill and President Roosevelt with their Chiefs of Staff met for this important conference. Major areas for discussion included the European invasion in 1944, landings in Sicily and Italy after the Tunisian campaign, the bombing of Germany and the continuation of the war in Burma and the Pacific. Losses due to U-boats and the shortage of shipping would prove to be significant constraints on Allied plans. At this time the two Western Allied leaders announced a policy of unconditional surrender of the Axis powers.

Attacks off Algeria - Axis attacks continued against Allied ships in Algerian ports and convoys off the coast. There were losses on both sides: 1st - Cruiser "Ajax" was severely damaged in Bone harbour by Ju87s. 13th - Canadian corvettes on convoy escort accounted for two submarines. On the 13th, "Ville de Quebec" sank "U-224" west of Algiers. 19th - Canadian corvette "Port Arthur" sank Italian submarine "TRITONE" off Bougie by gunfire. 30th - As corvette "SAMPHIRE" escorted Gibraltar/North African ports convoy TE14 she was torpedoed by Italian submarine "Platino" near Bougie.

Axis Supplies to Tunisia - Attempts by the Italian Navy to supply the Axis armies in Tunisia led to heavy losses, especially on mines laid between Sicily and Tunis by fast minelayers "Abdiel" and "Welshman", and submarine "Rorqual". 9th - Destroyer "CORSARO" hit one of "Abdiel's" mines northeast of Bizerta. 17th - Returning from Tunisia, destroyer "BOMBARDIERE" was sunk off western Sicily by submarine "United". 31st - Torpedo boat "PRESTINARI" and corvette "PROCELLARIA" went down on mines laid by "Welshman" in the Strait of Sicily.

Axis Supplies to Libya - Final supply trips to Tripoli by Italian submarines led to more losses north of the Libyan capital. 14th - "NARVALO" was attacked by a RAF Beaufort and finished off by destroyers "Pakenham" and "Hursley", escorts with Malta/Alexandria convoy ME15. 20th - "SANTAROSA" was torpedoed off Tripoli by MTB-260, one of the growing number of coastal forces operating along the North African coast.

Libya - Gen Montgomery resumed the advance on the 15th, and Bueret, outflanked by British Armour and New Zealand troops was soon taken. The defences in front of Tripoli were similarly outflanked and on the 23rd the victorious Eighth Army entered the capital.

PROSPECTS FOR ALLIED VICTORY - The Russians gained a famous victory with the German surrender at Stalingrad in January 1943. Taken with the October 1942 British Battle of El Alamein and June 1942 American Battle of Midway, the three Allied successes are usually considered as marking the turning point in the 40 month old war against the Axis powers. The Battle for Guadalcanal, ending as it did Japanese hopes of controlling the South West Pacific should also be added to this roll-call of victory. However, more than 30 months of struggle and bloodshed had to be endured before victory was certain.

1st - As cruiser-minelayer "WELSHMAN" sailed from Malta to Alexandria after minelaying operations in the Strait of Sicily, she was sunk by "U-617" north of Bardia.

3rd - Italian destroyer "SAETTA" and destroyer escort "URAGANO", supplying Axis forces in Tunisia, sank on cruiser-minelayer "Abdiel's" mines northeast of Bizerta.

North Africa - As Rommel prepared his Mareth line defences in southern Tunisia, Eighth Army units crossed the border from Libya on the 4th. All of Libya was now in Allied hands and the Italian North African Empire ceased to exist. From Mareth, Rommel could switch his forces to the northwest or east as he wished. His supply lines were also much shorter. The battle for the rest of North Africa was not yet over. Leaving much of his forces to hold Mareth, in mid-month he launched an attack against the US Second Corps to the northwest. The aim was to break through the Allied lines around Gafsa and reached the sea near Bone. Gafsa soon fell and the Allies were

Source: http://www.naval-history.net/WW2CampaignsNorthAfrica2.htm

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