In the past several weeks, we have watched chaos escalate in the streets of Cairo as many Egyptians called upon democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi to step down as the country’s leader. Following days of protests, the Egyptian army intervened, setting up an interim government and temporarily suspending the country’s constitution. Reza Aslan, an Iranian-American writer and scholar of religion, is on State of Belief this week to help us better understand the complex conflict in Egypt and what the future holds for the nation.

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