Saad Eddin Ibrahim is an Egyptian dissident and scientist, and founder of the Ibn Khaldun Center For Development Studies. Watch him speak at the Woodrow Wilson International Center about the democracy movement in his home country and Western support for the regime, which he believes has to be stopped:

Freedom “After” Speech: Speaking up and paying the price in Egypt

Download a free report on Civil Society and Democratization in the Arab World 2007, edited by Moheb Zaki for the Ibn Khaldun Center.

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