Egypt - September 2013

Is There a Future for Political Islam in Egypt?

Sept. 13, 2013

It's a dangerous time in Egypt to be associated with the Muslim Brotherhood, as security forces continue their crackdown on pro-Morsi supporters. Margaret Warner reports from Cairo on their dispersed, toned-down protests, the struggle between religion and politics in Egypt and whether the crackdown will inspire more violence.

Clashes Quieted, Egypt Tries to Move Ahead Amid 'Imperfect' Political Situation

Sept. 10, 2013

Street clashes have ebbed in Cairo, where authorities are getting on with the work of establishing a new constitution and repairing the battered national economy. What do secular Egyptians make of the current political situation? Margaret Warner gets perspectives from politicians, activists and citizens.