FILE - In this June 4, 2009 file photo, Egyptian villagers watch a live broadcast of a speech by U.S. President Barack Obama is seen on screen at a coffee shop in Qena, south Cairo, Egypt when he was calling for a new beginning between the United States and Muslims in his speech delivered at Cairo University in Egypt. Many in the Mideast also would like to see Obama win a second term, though they feel he has not lived up to his Cairo speech, in which he extended a hand to the Islamic world by calling for an end to the cycle of suspicion and discord. (AP Photo/File)

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FILE - In this June 4, 2009 file photo, Egyptian villagers watch a live broadcast of a speech by U.S. President Barack Obama is seen on screen at a coffee shop in Qena, south Cairo, Egypt when he was calling for a new beginning between the United States and Muslims in his speech delivered at Cairo University in Egypt. Many in the Mideast also would like to see Obama win a second term, though they feel he has not lived up to his Cairo speech, in which he extended a hand to the Islamic world by calling for an end to the cycle of suspicion and discord. (AP Photo/File)
FILE - In this June 4, 2009 file photo, Egyptian villagers watch a live broadcast of a speech by U.S. President Barack Obama is seen on screen at a coffee shop in Qena, south Cairo, Egypt when he was calling for a new beginning between the United States and Muslims in his speech delivered at Cairo University in Egypt. Many in the Mideast also would like to see Obama win a second term, though they feel he has not lived up to his Cairo speech, in which he extended a hand to the Islamic world by calling for an end to the cycle of suspicion and discord. (AP Photo/File)
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