Former MP Fatima Al-Masdi wrote on her Facebook account, in which she spoke on behalf of all Tunisian women.
She also criticized her for following Islamic law, which considers the profession of representation as prostitution, and for making Tunisian women humiliated, and for striking at the expense of the freedom that Tunisian women gained during the reign of the late President Habib Bourguiba, who abolished polygamy permitted by the Islamic religion.
Fatima Al-Masdi, a former member of the Tunisian parliament, wrote: "What a whim, I humiliated her and humiliated me to Mrs. Dora Zarrouk, my beautiful, elegant and" educated "lady. I regret writing these words to you.
And she continued, "I will not congratulate you on your marriage because it is a marriage that humiliates Tunisian women. How do you consent to my lady to be harmful and not a pearl? How do you accept to hit the Bourguiba school that freed Tunisian women from the shackles of reactionary thought."
And she added, "My lady, you are a public figure. Teenagers, youth, and the public follow you and imitate you, and this is why my words will be harsh with you."
She continued her letter to Dora, saying: "You have made Tunisian women today humiliated and have embarked on the adoption of Sharia law after we dispossessed our freedom more than sixty years ago. Sharia, which considers your profession of acting as practicing prostitution."
And the Tunisian star admonished: "How do you accept to humiliate the Tunisian woman of Bourguiba, and what is the difference between you and the female slaves? My lady, you were a female lover, representing the woman who did not need a man to create her future and depend on herself and had a strong personality."
She concluded, "Today, however, you have beaten all of this over the wall and prove that you are the opposite. No thank you, Madam, for humiliating Tunisian women and for your contribution in supporting reaction."