Arabic Newspaper Headlines Divided On Obama (SLIDESHOW)
President Obama is in Cairo, Egypt, to give his first speech in the Middle East on Thursday. One question has driven pre-speech debate: how will Obama be received by the Muslim world? Arabic newspapers, which offer some indication of people's expectations, are largely divided on the issue.
HuffPost Eyes and Ears reporter Mohamed Elshahed photographed and translated the day's top Arabic headlines from Cairo, which include: "America makes up with Muslim world from Cairo," "End American Bias Towards Israel," "Obama to Muslims of The World: I Speak to You From Cairo," "Don't Ignore Human Rights, But Don't Interfere With Internal Politics."
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