Tunisia's descent into autocracy under President Kais Saied is continuing full throttle. The Islamist Ennahda, which shared power in successive governments since Tunisia's 2011 Jasmine Revolution, is the main target of Saied's ire. Dozens of its members including party leader Rached Ghannouchi are behind bars on flimsily documented charges. Many are being held in life threatening conditions. Their children are mobilizing across the globe to draw attention to their plight.