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Muqtedar Khan sees current events in Egypt as "an awakening of the Arab nation."
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Ikram Masmoudi noted that events in Tunisia set the stage for protests in Egypt.
However, there is no quick or easy road to democracy, Matthee said.
The economy will have the last word, he noted, pointing out that
Egypt's sources of income are mostly externally determined, including
tourism, the Suez Canal, and foreign aid.
Ikram Masmoudi, assistant professor of Arabic language and culture,
spoke of the Tunisia uprising, which went almost unnoticed by the
American media, but set off protests in Egypt through the power of
The Tunisia uprising was the triumph of the individual over the ideological, she said.
When a frustrated 26-year-old Tunisian, Mohamed Bouazizi, who had a
university degree but could find no work, was stopped for selling
produce on the street without a license, he set himself on fire.
We witnessed a difference in pattern from the suicide bomber who
kills himself and others, and he who kills himself in protest against
ethnic abuse, tyranny and humiliation, Masmoudi noted.
Yasser Arafat Payne said he and UD study abroad students were witness to the protests in Egypt.
Audrey Helfman told those attending the panel discussion that "leaders
need to listen" and people need an opportunity to be heard.