Jan. 29, 2011
Haytham Bahoora, assistant professor of Arabic studies in the Asian languages and civilizations department, talks about the current social and political issues contributing to the protests and civil unrest in Egypt and Yemen. Bahoora lived and studied in Cairo and also can comment on modern social and political movements.
CUT 1 Why this is different than Tunisia.
CUT 2 Why young Egyptians are protesting.
CUT 3 It was only a matter of time before people would rise up and
protest in the Arab world.
CUT 4 There are a wide range of issues behind the protests.
To interview Bahoora he is best reached by e-mail at email@example.com.