On Saturday, the interim president of the Republic, Moncef Marzouki, visited the Russian Orthodox Church on Avenue Mohamad V in the capital. "Tunisia denounces the recent attacks against the church," the president declared to the faithful who were present at the place of worship to celebrate the feast of Easter
That's nice the president visited the church, but I don't believe that the changes in Tunisia are for better, as in all Arab countries...
As dzheremi mentioned, Tunisian are (or: were?) very pragmatic. I'm lucky I've visited the country before the revolution, for me it was completly laic. I've heard only 2 times nazam (calling to prayer). They had even free Saturdays and Sundays, not Fridays like in countries with muslim majority. During my trip I've seen the church, so for me it's really sad it was vandalized.