Protests Continue in Egypt

Friday, January 28, 2011

Egyptian riot police gather near burning tires as a demonstrator throws an object towards them during a protest in Cairo, Egypt on January 26, 2011 Egyptian riot police gather near burning tires as a demonstrator throws an object towards them during a protest in Cairo, Egypt on January 26, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)

Despite attempts to blog social media sites, pro-democracy demonstrations continue in Egypt. How is the activism spreading through Cairo and greater Egypt different from that in Tunisia in recent weeks, or Yemen in recent days? Joining us with analysis of the day's events in Egypt is Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University. 

Despite attempts to block social media sites, pro-Democracy demonstrations have continued for a fourth (TK?) day in Egypt.
Joining us with analysis of the day's events is Rashid Khalidi [KHAH’-lee-dee], Edward Said professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University

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Rashid Khalidi

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