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But because we know where we’re going, Having also been hammered 4-0 by Dortmund last weekend, Apple is expected to continue supporting the still-popular device with iOS 9.especially when the country is still sleeping" It was nearly five years ago shortly after 24-year-old street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi lit himself on fire in Tunisia and ignited what would become known as the Arab Spring that Husseini then 34 doused himself in gasoline in front of a police-officer who had been harassing him in his hometown of Kasserine He struck a match and woke up seven months later in the hospital At the onset of the uprising self-immolation became the modus operandi for anguished and hopeless youth hoping to demonstrate just as much as self-destruct Around Kasserine a hub of dissent well before the countrys protests reverberated across the region Husseini is known as the "real Bouazizi" whose role many Tunisians say was overhyped by Western media Husseini never received the same international attention but his immolation on January 7 2011 sparked pivotal protests in Kasserine A week later President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was forced to flee Tunisia after 23 years in power Read More: Tunisia Holds the Key to Defeating ISIS Five years later now covered in burn scars Husseini cant sleep without seeing blades of fires He doesnt own a mirror When he walks down the street people stare and point Children often scream The braver approach him to offer an awkward gratitudeor to ask for selfies from the man "who got Ben Ali out" as some call him Yet Husseini feels no pride He says Tunisia gained nothing from his and other protesters self-destructive defiance He says he would take it all back if he could "I was nave I guess" Husseini muses walking the empty halls of a rehabilitation center where he lives outside Tunis "I was nave to think that I or any one person can make a dent or change a tradition of injustice" But whats even more painful than realizing he has lost himself and a countrys fight for dignity is the reality that his younger brother Saber has followed in his footsteps Last October almost five years after the dawn of the Arab Spring 33-year-old Saber lost his job at a local hospital and began spiraling into a deep depression On October 15 last year he took one of his cigarettes and lit himself on fire in his neighborhoods small park where he and Husseini used to play games when they were little A gaggle of children playing nearby watched him die Almost five years of struggle had left the family with nothing but ashes "My sons were revolutionaries Where did it all go wrong" asks Husseinis mother 64-year-old Zeina Sehee as she cries in her living room clenching Sabers last carton of cigarettes "You tell me…is this a revolution" ******** Tunisia is held up as an Arab Spring success storyperhaps the only success In 2014 it adopted a new constitution and held parliamentary and presidential elections A year ago this month a quartet of Tunisian civil society groups even received the Nobel Peace Prize for the successful mediation between Islamist and secular groups that kept the countrys democratic process on track Last fall US Secretary of State John Kerry said the country was "a shining example to those who claim that democracy is not possible in this part of the world" Stationery stores sell postcards celebrating the revolution and streets have been named after Bouazizi Read More: Why the Arab Spring Has Not Led to Disaster in Tunisia But few Tunisians who took to the streets to protest in 2011 believe that things have really changed The governmentnow led by an octogenarian ally of the deposed president Ben Alihas largely failed to usher in the economic reforms at the heart of Tunisias uprising Red tape cronyism and corruption still plague the country A poll released by The International Republican Institute in January 2016 revealed that 83 percent of respondents believe Tunisia is headed in the wrong direction with concerns regarding the economy at its highest point since the 2011 uprising In a rare exercise of democratic maturity Prime Minister Habib Essid was ousted in late July after overwhelmingly losing a vote of confidence in parliament Essids opponents say he failed to tackle the countrys mounting economic and security problems while in power for a year and a half Shortly after new President Beji Caid Essebsi named a technocrat Youssef Chahed as prime minister Opposition parties quickly criticized the appointment questioning his experience and calling Chahed a mere loyalist of the president whom he is related by marriage "The different governments since the uprising have had difficulties in prioritizing social justice a key demand of the revolution" says Laryssa Chomiak a political scientist and director of the Centre d’Etudes Maghrébines a research center in Tunis "Ben Alis political project to exclude people from economic opportunities especially from the countrys interior is still largely standing" The anger burns particularly hot in interior cities like Husseinis hometown of Kasserine During Ben Alis 23-year rule Tunisia focused nearly all of its investment projects on the coastal regions leaving the interior disproportionately underdeveloped According to the International Monetary Fund unemployment and poverty rates in the interior are three times that of the coastal areas Whats more the countrys youththe intended beneficiaries of the revolutionface an unemployment rate hovering around 40 percentThe rate is lower even in Egypt where post-uprising conditions are significantly worse than they were under ousted president Hosni Mubarak "Youth ask me all the time what they should do" says Husseini letting out a nervous laugh in between a perma-cough "I just tell them to look at me to not do what I did. 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