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Viewpoint with James Zogby: Dina Amer, Jawad Nabulsi, Kathy Kiely
Friday May 13, 2011
Dina Amer, Egyptian Ameircan, CNN Field Producer, Egypt. Jawad Nabulsi, Egyptian Social Activist and Entrepreneur, Founder, Nebny Foundation, discussed their experiences in Tahrir square and what is next for them and the Arab Spring in Egypt.
Kathy Kiely, Managing Editor of Politics, National Journal, discussed the presidential election and a number of issues playing a key role leading up to 2012.
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