By Mathieu von Rohr
A beaming, attractive woman appeared before Western journalists to speak on behalf of the winners on the evening after the Islamists’ election victory in Tunis. No one will be forced to wear a headscarf in the new Tunisia, she said. She was wearing light makeup and had a colorful headscarf wrapped tightly around her face. She seemed self-confident and intelligent, and when asked what the Islamist win meant for women, she said that she saw no contradiction between Islam and women’s rights.