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."
HuffPost Eyes and Ears reporter Mohamed Elshahed photographed and translated the day's top Arabic headlines from Cairo. AlGamaheer headlines: "America makes up with Muslim world from Cairo," "Five Issues Face OBAMA," "Cairo University Face-Lift Cost 15 million Egyptian Pounds."
OBAMA as Saladin (known for wanting to make peace with the Crusaders) "Security Preparations: 4 American Helicopters, Military Fighters to Fly Over Motorcade, 15,000 Egyptian Security Personnel to Secure Path of Motorcade."
Akher Sa'a headline, "Obama to Muslims of The World: I Speak to You From Cairo."
Al Ahali (socialist newspaper): "End American Bias Towards Israel"
Rosa AlYousef headlines: "Obama, Don't Apologize... But Palestine Is an Issue," "Don't Ignore Human Rights, But Don't Interfere With Internal Politics."
Man looks at poster for Arabic edition of Obama's "Dreams Of My Father." The bookshop keeper claims sales of the Arabic edition have at least tripled since the announcement of Obama's visit. If you're in Egypt, send your images of the public reaction to Obama's visit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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