Yasmine Farouk, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Cairo University

Two months after Egypt’s military ousted the country’s first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, the new government’s crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood shows few signs of easing. Yasmine Farouk, a political science teacher at Cairo University and former adviser to two governments since Egypt’s 2011 revolution, talks to Douglas Herbert about the potential risks of throwing all the Islamist leaders in jail.