Breaking the Brotherhood: Is Egypt sliding into bloody civil war?
Egyptian security forces forcefully dispersed protesters loyal to ousted President Mohammed Morsi at protest camps in Cairo early Wednesday. At least 15 people, including some members of the security forces, were reported killed in the clashes. Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Gehad El-Haddad, however, claimed that as many as 600 people had been killed and 5,000 injured in the police operation. RT talks to Hugh Miles who has written extensively about Cairo and the revolutions in the Middle East.