Islamists vs the secularists in Egypt?

From Global Public Square Sat Dec 1 2012, 06:36:39

Fareed Zakaria discusses Egypt's political crisis with Harvard University's Tarek Masoud and the Council on Foreign Relations' Steven Cook. When you look at the struggle, is it essentially the Islamists versus the secularists? And is it fair to say, as everybody does, while the Islamists have greater appeal, they're better organized, they're going to win this? [...]

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