Obama said 'Yes, We Can' but to Africans and Muslims, he says things a little more vague; Lebanese and their football are a funny thing; Who are the Muslim Brotherhood; and a plea to Saudi King Abdullah to let the wives drive.
Obama: a big disappointment for Muslims and Africa
"When he campaigned for the presidency of the most powerful country on Earth, we watched in awe and very strongly supported him. We believed in his: "Yes, we can!" cry.
And yet - so far, how very disappointing and what a big let down Mr. Barack Obama has been for Muslims."
This blogger goes on to question why President Obama is not supporting polygamous marriages since he's part African and already supporting gay mariages.
Many from around the globe all ask the same question,"What are the Muslim Brotherhood really all about?"
This extensive look at their goals shows a patient but ultimate journey to bringing the world into Islamic conformity.
"The first thing I did on my 18th birthday was register for driving lessons. I got my driving license a month later -- and it was a milestone. I did it not as a female, but as a person. It was the natural thing to do.
Many years since teens, I still feel a thrill getting into my car.
It is with this feeling that I wholly support the right of Saudi women to drive. It is in solidarity and sympathy with a right that seems so natural for women around the world, especially now that I live in the UAE, another Gulf country."