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Arabist podcast hosts Ursula Lindsey and Ashraf Khalil talk to Khaled Dawoud, a prominent Egyptian reporter and activist. Dawoud campaigned to remove the Muslim Brotherhood from power in 2013 but resigned as spokesman for the National Salvation Front, a secular political coalition, in protest over the killing of Islamist demonstrators on August 14. Dawoud has been attacked from all sides of the political spectrum as he continues to argue for a poliitically negotiated solution rather than the ongoing cycle of violence and repression. He looks back on his last three years of activism; the role of the revolutionary; the secular movement and whether, in ousting the Brotherhood, it became the pawn of the former regime and the military.
- Mohamed Morsi's November 2012 constitutional declaration - link
- Family of Al-Hosseini Abu Deif alleges he was assassinated - link
- National Salvation Front Statement on August 14, 2013: "Today Egypt holds its head high..." - link
- Constitution Party's Khaled Dawoud Stabbed by Pro-Morsi Supporters - link