While US President Barack Hussein Obama was delivering a speech to the world’s Muslims from Cairo, a tape from Osama bin Laden was circulating through the media and on the internet.
A man’s voice, reputedly that of Osama bin Laden, intoned the following:
“Obama and his administration put new seeds of hatred and revenge against America. The number of these seeds is the same as the number of those victims and refugees in Swat and the tribal areas in northern and southern Waziristan. This way, Obama proved that he’s is walking the same road of his predecessors to build enmity against Muslims”
Another audio tape. Uh-huh, right. How about a video of the guy, al-Qaeda?
Is that a problem? I think it probably is. < Our Osama bin Waldo article.
Obama’s speech, on the other hand, was delivered in person. Though worldwide reactions to the President’s speech did vary, the average response to it has been positive.
Here’s the US President’s speech (55 min, 45 sec.):
Has anyone else slipped and accidentally referred to Obama as “Osama” — or vice versa?
Mea culpa. Sorry Barry.