Since he was ousted from office on July 3, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has been incommunicado. But this morning, in the first update on Morsi since that day, Egyptian authorities issued an arrest warrant calling for him to be detained for fifteen days. Sharif Abdel Kouddous, speaking from Cairo, joined Amy Goodman on Democracy Now! to analyze the allegations against Morsi, the protests surrounding this news and the response from the Obama administration.

—Rebecca Nathanson