Coming up this evening at 9 p.m., "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes back Wolf Blitzer for a fourth consecutive night of guest hosting amidst the growing unrest in the Middle East.
As rage stemming from a recent anti-Islam film continues to spread globally, tonight Blitzer welcomes colleague Fareed Zakaria for his expert analysis and unparalleled perspective on foreign affairs:
"Is it now, Fareed, an 'Arab Winter?'" asks the guest host.
"I don't think that's quite the right way to think about it, Wolf. I think that these are societies that have been ruled by brutal dictatorships for 50 years," says the "Fareed Zakaria GPS" host. "Now we've taken the lid off. It turns out there's a bunch of good stuff in there: there are moderates, there are pragmatists, there are liberals. But there are also some very nasty people."
Talking specifically of Cairo, where violent protests outside the U.S. Embassy continue for a fourth consecutive day, Zakaria suggests it's an indicator of progress:
"In the old days, in Egypt, you wouldn't have seen any of this stuff. Because [former Egyptian president Hosni] Mubarak would have shot the protesters. I'm not sure that's the best answer."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening as the two CNN television veterans further discuss the ongoing turmoil that has thus far led to four American deaths in Libya.
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