Prime Minister Netanyahu calls for special consultation immediately after American president’s historic address. Labor’s Braverman: We’re committed to two-state solution. Habayit Hayehudi’s Hershkowitz: Israeli government is not some overlapping excess of US administration.
President tells audience that ‘cycle of suspicion and discord must end’
The Guardian: Barack Obama’s Cairo speech: Live
The US president will attempt to turn around America’s battered reputation in the Middle East in an eagerly awaited speech today at Cairo University, Egypt. Follow the speech live and track the build-up and reaction to it from our correspondents across the Muslim world.
Settler leaders reacted with frustration in the wake of U.S. President Obama’s speech in Cairo on Thursday, Israel Radio reported.
The Lede: Arab Students Respond to Obama
Update I (by Rodan): All of Obama’s Kissing up fail to impress the Islamo-Fascists.
Highlighting hostility the U.S. leader faces from some quarters, al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, in a message on a website, warned Muslims against alliance with Christians and Jews, saying it would annul their faith.
The supreme leader of Washington’s regional arch foe, Iran’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said in an speech before Obama spoke that America was “deeply hated” and only action, not “slogans,” could change that.
“The Islamic world does not need moral or political sermons. It needs a fundamental change in American policy,” said Hassan Fadlallah, a lawmaker for Lebanon’s Hezbollah.
Mohamed Habib, deputy leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, said: “It’s a public relations address more than anything else.”
President Barack Hussein Obama, our enemies really don’t care what you have to say. They don’t want peace, they want domination.
Update II (by m):
Robert Spencer~ Platitudes and naivete: Obama’s Cairo speech
I suggest everyone READ IT ALL (thanks to justin case).
Update III (by WrathofG-d):