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A young demonstrator shows his patriotism during the Tahrir Square protests in May.

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Egyptians frustrated with the pace of change by their government, today return to Tahrir Square to stage a massive protest. Ahmed Rehab, director of the Chicago chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, just returned from Cairo. He tells Jerome why he wants Egypt to vote on a new constitution before it holds parliamentary elections. Meanwhile in Tunisia, new battles brew between Islamists and more secular forces. Malika Zeghal, recently visited the country. She's professor in Contemporary Islamic Thought and Life at Harvard University and discusses where Tunisia is heading. AndFilm Contributor, Milos Stehlik, reviews Nostalgia for the Light, Patricio Guzmán's new documentary on the beauty of the galaxies as seen from the Atacama Desert in Chile.

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