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Egypt: has democracy failed the Middle East?

Join our Google+ hangout with Al Jazeera's Ramzy Baroud and his panel of guests discussing democracy in the Middle East.

Last Modified: 08 Jul 2013 15:57
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Yasmine El Rashidi is a frequent contributor to the New York Review of Books, and the author of 'The Battle for Egypt: Dispatches from the Revolution.

Mehmet Çelebi, works actively with Turkey's political leadership on issues ranging from US-Turkish relations to the Arab Awakening and the Middle East policy.

Lamis Andoni is an analyst and commentator on Middle Eastern and Palestinian affairs.

Mamoon Alabbassi is a writer, news editor and translator based in London. His op-eds, reports, and reviews appear in a number of media outlets.

Daud Abdullah is the director of the Middle East Monitor (MEMO) in London.

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