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Egyptian Sociologist Faults Arab Regimes

Posted on: April 17, 2006 | Views: 14 | Comment

An Egyptian Sociologist Sa'd Al-Din Ibrahim accuses tyrannical Arab regimes of using Israel as a pretext, expresses gratitude for the US's promotion of reform in the Middle East.

Clip courtesy of MEMRI where a full transcript and newsletter signup are available.

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interview • tyranny • reform • arab • egyptian • democracy