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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

February 11, 2011

  • Aired: 02/11/2011
  • 25:36
  • Rating: NR
We ask longtime Middle East reporter Geneive Abdo how religion will shape the new Egyptian government. Also, the release of classified documents by WikiLeaks renews debate over an old question - Do national security concerns trump the public's right to know? And finally, a profile on gospel singer George Beverly Shea, now 102 years old, who will be receiving a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
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Religion in a Changing Egypt; The ethics of WikiLeaks; Gospel singer George Beverly Shea
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