Bassem Youssef breaks down Middle Eastern violence in terms that Americans can understand.
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In an ironic turn of events, Fox News suddenly wants President Obama to act more like a Muslim king.
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Sarah Chayes describes how people under corrupt regimes can be driven to extremes.
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A new icon of liberty is introduced at a massive rally for freedom of expression in Paris.
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Critics chastise director Ridley Scott for casting white people as Egyptians in his biblical film.
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Judge Andrew Napolitano describes how the executive branch is eroding Americans' freedom.
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"Suicide Pact" author Andrew Napolitano discusses the need for limitations of government.
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Hassan Abbas explains why he is hopeful about the future of democracy in the Middle East.
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Sue Turton describes the imprisonment of three of her fellow Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt.
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Hillary Clinton explains why American democracy is gridlocked.
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Three reporters face seven years in prison following a sham trial under el-Sisi's regime in Egypt.
Revolutionary leader Gigi Ibrahim reveals the conditions facing political dissenters in Egypt.
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Gigi Ibrahim calls upon American citizens for solidarity in the Egyptian revolutionary struggle.
Egyptian activist Gigi Ibrahim discusses the struggle to build a democratic alternative to power.
Egypt and Syria hold elections that are said to be democratic.
Abdul Fattah el-Sisi wins Egypt's presidential election, and Egypt's satirical TV show is cancelled.
Danny Boyle talks about directing the Olympics and CNN recognizes it's silly.
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