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Martial law it Egypt -- the military has been given new authority to arrest protesting civilians and take a look at this.
President Mohamed worse the on the cover of the six time magazine.
Named the most important man in the Middle East.
Joining me is not a dialect she's a former Muslims.
United money what do you make of -- on the cover of time magazine were you surprised that he has risen to prominence.
And the Middle East like he has supported time magazine when he in -- barely won the election back in June.
I believe this is -- off.
You know more C -- Anybody who who lives in Egypt is gonna be.
Prominent because Egypt CAD is one of the most prominent.
Countries in the Middle East I don't think more -- have proven himself yet to deserve this.
Woman -- woman nodding why do you think that he has made these moves in particular he -- -- you know high tide.
He was a big piece of Hamas Israel deal that was brokered.
And then next thing you November 22 it turns running business -- sweeping -- powers.
And then of course egyptians take to the streets and we now have death and violence in the streets again of -- two years later why do you think he made this move what can you tell me about.
When he decided.
That hit in Pollard after he has a proven himself to be able to convince how -- to stop shooting at -- Israel.
And America was pleased with his.
Participation in this process.
Unfortunately the protesters in Egypt I sending confusing messages.
To the administration.
They took out more -- who was more of a secular.
Eater and voted for -- Muslim Brotherhood leader.
And -- 70% of egyptians actually higher -- Chechnya.
When it's so yeah sea into which injury -- most would be a very war I mean that that's a very restrictive.
I loved that is not democracy basic idea that is what I could democracy and a democracy a pack and up he's given them -- Now they're not happy with -- -- mixed messages and they Egyptian people have to be educated.
Asked -- the democratic process in order for them to be -- Greece at do you think respect -- actions.
And then if they don't like a -- changes in forty years so far -- -- You know -- -- one that.
-- -- -- -- -- And that this is not democracies so whether -- it segments are secondary as they have to do.
To -- me to respect the decisions of the and -- Well the other looking for four point eight billion dollars from the IMF and that decision may not go their way so things may actually they decelerated in Egypt and it's not going to be good not heed our bush thank you very much for your -- -- me thank you.
Thank you so much money.
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