Mohammed Morsi became Egypt’s first civilian president in 2012. He was ousted in a coup the following year. Now more than 500 of his supporters have been sentenced to death. Joel Beinin traces the recent history of the Muslim Brotherhood’s rise and fall from power. Beinin is professor of Middle East history at Stanford University. He speaks with Redeye host James Mainguy.
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