Episode

12/13 Max Blumenthal: Egypt Revolution LIVE From Cairo

December 13, 2012

Independent journalist Max Blumenthal joined Sam live from Egypt where he explained President Morsi’s power grab, the governments constitutional proposal that limits the rights of women and minorities and empowers the military, the new Egypt opposition, why the traditional Islamic establishment opposes the Muslim Brotherhood, how the new Egyptian government is still carrying out the siege on Gaza and the role the US is playing in the crises.

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