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Anti-government protesters pack Tahrir Square in Cairo urging President Hosni Mubarak to resign. (AP)
Anti-government protesters pack Tahrir Square in Cairo urging President Hosni Mubarak to resign. (AP)

As Egypt's uprising continues, the reverberations have been felt worldwide.

Many in Boston's Egpytian community have been watching the changes in Egypt and speaking with friends and family in the midst of incredible turmoil.

We take a look at the revolution in Egypt and how its remaking the Middle East.

Guests:

  • Farouk El Baz, former adviser to Egyptian President Anwar Sadat; geologist, Boston University
  • Ena El-Hadidy, Egyptian-American
  • Rami Khouri, director, Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy at the American University of Beirut; editor-at-large, The Daily Star newspaper in Lebanon
  • Habib El Magrissy, Cairo native; student, Northeastern University
  • Zagloul Ayad, founder, Voice of the Arab World
  • Soha Bayoumi, Egyptian political scientist

This segment aired on February 10, 2011.

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