Kouddous was approached by a presumed pro-Mubarak supporter who asked if he worked for Al Jazeera or Al Arabiya. When he answered "no," the man responded, if he was, with a threatening gesture, crossing his fingers across his throat.
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More than two million people have descended on Tahrir Square in Cairo today. And Sharif Abdel Kouddous, senior producer at Democracy Now!, was there to report live.
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