Day 6 | Jun 28, 2013 | 9:35

Mohammad Assaf: Arab Idol or Palestinian hero?

Brent talks to Ahmed Shihab-Eldin from HuffPost Live about Mohammad Assaf and his rise from Arab Idol contestant to Palestinian hero.

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