The Arab Spring in Egypt: From a dictator to free elections, back to a dictatorship. One comedy show united the country and tested the limits of free press. This is the story of Bassem Youssef, a cardiologist turned comedian, the Jon Stewart of Egypt, and his show "The Show". Written by
Does satire get you into trouble I mean what about the love you get from the people?
I'll tell you this, it doesn't get me the kind of trouble that gets you into.
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The opening credits include a jab at the former Egyptian dictator: "directed by HOSNI MUBARAK" "produced by HOSNI MUBARAK" "edited by HOSNI MUBARAK" "best boy HOSNI MUBARAK" "even better boy HOSNI MUBARAK" See more »
I liked That Movie , It Make Me remember That Beautiful Days Watching You , You Make Me Hope To Be As You ! Bassem You Are The Best If You Can Return Return Man All Of Us Recognized That We Was Wrong We wasn't Rolled By A President We Were Roling By Bala7a ! Bassem I Say It Again Man , Reeeeturn <<<<3333
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