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Some Egyptians Who Ran Out Mubarak Also Protest Morsi

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Robert Siegel talks with Alaa Al Aswany — a dentist, columnist, writer and activist — about the military role in mediating between Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and the protesters who are calling for him to step down. Al Aswany says Morsi has become a "fascist dictator" and says it will not be hard to find someone better than him to lead Egypt.
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