Other defendants received jail sentences ranging from 16 years to six months, state news agency TAP quoted court spokesman Soufiane Sliti as saying.
Tunisia remains one of the most secular countries in the Arab world, but authorities estimate about 3,000 of its citizens have joined Islamic State and other jihadist groups in Iraq, Syria and Libya.
Caption: A woman looks at the mosaic portraits of the victims of a militant attack on the Bardo national museum in Mar 2015 that killed 21 people, at the museum in Tunis, Tunisia Mar 19, 2016.
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