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Protests in Egypt turning deadly as thousands and thousands of egyptians took to the streets to protest their new government and president Bob Ed Morrissey.
Today's clashes marking the two year anniversary of the revolt that brought down President Mubarak.
At least five people were killed more than 300 injured.
Here now to analyze the and stability in both Egypt and North Africa.
As well as the latest threats from North Korea we're joined by Fox News Middle East and terrorism expert and analyst doctor Walid -- -- good to have you here.
But -- is let's start with what is happening in Egypt it.
Give us a sense of this has been going on for some time and and and to what effect.
Well look -- -- this is a defining moment what we see right now on the streets of Egypt we years after the first of emotion.
If -- second revolution and those who are organizing these demonstrations on the ground as we see in the pictures.
A lot of the same people who started the original Arab Spring in Cairo between years ago -- if Mubarak.
So you have those young people second error liberal woman's movement minorities.
Rising against the Muslim Brotherhood government regime of of more -- So this is an important moment for the international committee for US policy to make -- choice what we're doing is sending more weapons the more seats instead of sending more support.
City youth and and what kind of support.
Are those who -- demonstrating in this in in the streets of Cairo and throughout Egypt.
What kind of -- -- receiving from the international community in particular the United States if -- Whether or not assuming anything it reminds us -- June of 2009 when you had two million mostly young people boys and girls in the streets of that wrong.
I guess that's all of them are not calling for any weapons or money that was saying just address us talk to us and we have fused now what's happening in -- -- a repeat.
You have the regime which is getting -- support taxpayer support on the one hand and you have a civil society that wants to get rid of that regime we're seeing that regime.
Which is not even recognize I mean we need to have a speech -- active towards those people to have them believe the -- right path and receive them here.
And Washington DC and word works.
Offering a gift of F sixteens to the the Morrissey government.
Abrams tanks some 200 of them.
Eight how is -- a gift beat our.
What in the world are those weapons to be.
Against tumor those revenues to be news huge questions -- I mean now observers in the Middle East are not you know understanding American move at this point in time for the -- against -- as you said well if they -- a peace treaty with Israel.
Then I'm gonna -- and in the -- Then I'm gonna is gonna get the demonstrators I hope not Qaddafi did or Assad of Syria -- a gonna send them to Sudan -- -- four.
Plus when you know people on the streets will see us sending more -- president -- about the government.
That would be defeated morally instead of us addressing them and heading what's it look we're not yes anymore weapons until you reform -- policy would do just opposite.
And -- -- were not even hearing.
And outcry from anyone in the senate.
From from the congress at least as strong voices.
Prominent are numerous voices and either house why is that.
Well look they need to be well informed congressional leaders needs to be well informed about who was playing on the streets of Egypt and that's very important what we see right now.
Is a defining moment for the future of Egypt those yields could be our partners in the future.
We should be sending you know for -- eight -- them not punitive regime oppressing them so my call to congress.
-- you've got to do something about it you've got to pressure the administration to have -- different policy with everybody Egypt.
North Korea again threatening South Korea threatening the United States threatening another nuclear test.
The prospect of more missile tests.
What should be the US response.
It looks to be another adventurous regime in North Korea.
What first equation is very simple samarra at the North Korea regime is going to do in terms of showing us their -- testing of those missiles.
Mobilizing threatening sometimes -- it -- against.
The South Koreans and we don't do anything about anything meaningful -- if we don't have a containment -- is -- If they don't work even with a Chinese and the Russians.
To contain the north Koreans what -- it -- gonna do.
Do more of it.
One point and company actually show us.
Hey you know with a missile with a bomb and the other byproduct of this is that other regimes and then the Iranian regime look at how we -- not containing.
Indeed north Koreans even after they developed the weapons what is it that conclusion that it be that they gonna do the same.
So if we don't have a containment now not only North Korea and other countries other rogue regimes are gonna follow that path.
And what will China do China because it is the sponsor of North Korea.
Determined -- influence over that regime irrespective of what.
People want to play out in this country and our national media what.
What should be the relationship between the United States and China on the issue.
It should be trusting and on national security discussion with a Chinese Communist Chinese have a lot of problems inside China Spain -- that that many ethnic minorities rising.
They have a lot of breakdown of their system as well.
What we sit down with a Chinese first -- should be usually take care of the north Koreans we should care with you and the Russians because once the north Koreans looked in the nuclear weapons.
You also could be on that list of being threatened.
And intimidated by going up.
Forward curves three appreciate it was always virtually -- thank you and what you next.
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