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Assessing Obama's Cairo speech

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), Jun 5, 2009 at 11:01

I am all for peace in the middle-east and had hoped the President would be able to reach other people and find common ground with them to be able to negotiate peace, but the Presidents speech leaned pro-islamic. We are not a nation dominated by muslims, and I think the figures were hyped to impress on the US that we have already been taken over by the muslim world. We were deceived about the Presidents heritage, and now we hear quotes from the Holy Koran. I want peace with Islam, but at what cost to America and Israel?

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