CAIRO A private Egyptian TV station has stopped the airing of the latest episode of a widely popular political satire program after it came under fire for .
Minutes before the program, "El-Bernameg," was to air Friday night, CBC announced that it would not be shown because satirist Bassem Youssef and his producer violated its editorial policies.
The weekly program is pre-recorded. Last week, Youssef returned to air after a 4-month hiatus and strongly mocked the wave of popular mania for the military, including its chief Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, since a.
Supporters of the military immediately filed legal complaints against the show, and CBC distanced itself from the program's content.
Youssef left to the Emirates Friday.