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US-Präsident Barack Hussein Obama - Grundsatzrede an die Muslime - Kairo 5.6.2009
 

 


Dokumentation Texte - US-Präsident Barack Hussein Obama - Grundsatzrede an die Muslime - Kairo 5.6.2009
 

Obamas Rede an die Muslemische Welt  auf Deutsch >>>
Full text of Obama speech in Cairo >>>

Video - The President’s Speech in Cairo: A New Beginning - 316MB

Video in English mehr >>>       |      Diashow >>>

Obamas Interview mit NPR, 1.6.2009
Obamas Interview mit  BBC,  2.6.2009
White House Presse-Briefing zur Reise, 29.5.2009
Gallup-Umfrage zum Image der USA in der arabischen Welt, 1.6.2009
Zogby-Umfrage in der arabischen Welt zu Obamas ersten 100 Tagen, Mai 2009
Obamas Rede in Ankara, 6.4.2009 (Auch eine deutsche Übersetzung)

Censored by the Huffington Post and Imprisoned By The Past: Why I Made 'Feeling the Hate in Jerusalem' - Max Blumenthal - On Wednesday, I walked around central Jerusalem with my friend, Joseph Dana, an Israel peace activist who has lived in the country for three years. We interviewed young people on camera about the speech President Barack Obama planned to deliver to the Muslim world the following day in Cairo. Though our questions were not provocative at all – we simply asked, “What do you think of Obama’s speech” – the responses our interview subjects offered comprised some of the most shocking comments I have ever recorded on camera. They were racist, hateful, and incredibly ignorant, and were mostly couched within a Zionist context – “this is our land, Obama!” The following day, we edited an hour of interviews into a 3:30 minute video package and released it on Mondoweiss and on the Huffington Post.  >>>



Feeling the Hate In Jerusalem on Eve of Obama's Cairo Address
See Max Blumenthal's shocking footage of the reaction by some Israelis and American Jews in Jerusalem to Obama's speech to the Muslim world.

Obama in Cairo: A Bush in sheep's clothing? - Ali Abunimah - Once you strip away the mujamalat -- the courtesies exchanged between guest and host -- the substance of President Obama's speech in Cairo indicates there is likely to be little real change in US policy. It is not necessary to divine Obama's intentions -- he may be utterly sincere and I believe he is. It is his analysis and prescriptions that in most regards maintain flawed American policies intact. Though he pledged to "speak the truth as best I can," there was much the president left out. He spoke of tension between "America and Islam" -- the former a concrete specific place, the latter a vague construct subsuming peoples, practices, histories and countries more varied than similar. >>>

 

 

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