Fighting continues this morning in Egypt as members of the military crack down on protesters who are calling for elected president Mohammed Morsi to be reinstated.
Friday, the Muslim Brotherhood called for a "Day of Rage". At least 173 people have been killed across the country since then. On Saturday, police cleared protesters holed up in a downtown mosque. Now, the country's interim prime minister is threatening to disband the Muslim Brotherhood.
Austin Community College Professor and Middle Eastern Political Affairs Expert, Roy Casagranda, joins us in the studio to talk about the conflict in Egypt.