Revolution in the Middle East: Should we be afraid of Islamist politics?
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Revolution in the Middle East: Should we be afraid of Islamist politics?

Samer Shehata, professor of Arab politics at Georgetown University joins Jacques Berlinerblau and Sally Quinn to discuss the wave of revolution in the Middle East and the rise of Islamist political parties. (The Washington Post/Georgetown University)

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