Mubarak refuses to stepdown from office (Aziz Abu Sarah Analysis)
Aziz Abu Sarah, Director of Middle East Projects at the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution, discusses the prospects for democracy in Egypt, and his conversations with activists. Abu Sarah says that the protesters want more than for Mubarak to step down, they want a regime change to democracy. Video courtesy of Fox 5, interview conducted by Shawn Yancy. Aired 2/10/2011
Aziz, you need to do something about the timing of when these emails go out. This is yesterday’s news and a bizaare counterpart to the rejoicing in the streets of the Egyptians, who today found out that Mubarak is indeed down and out.
By: Marjorie Frank on February 11, 2011 at 12:53 pm
Aziz, I agree with Marjorie Frank. Now all the Egeptians are Free! It’s a shining day for them and forall the araps in all the world. Today I play my violin from my hart, it is deferent melodies today. I wanted Mubarek to leave so long time. There are more leaders who must leave. we need a youngest politics.