Navtej Dhillon

Fellow, Brookings Institution

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Fellow at the Brookings Institution and Director of the Middle East Youth Initiative, a collaboration between the Wolfensohn Center at Brookings and the Dubai School of Government

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In his first presidential visit to a Muslim country today, Barack Hussein Obama addressed a special session of the Turkish parliament.

Barack Hussein Obama and the Muslim World

In his first presidential visit to a Muslim country today, Barack Hussein Obama addressed a special session of the Turkish parliament.

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In his first visit to a Muslim country as President, Barack Obama  told the Turkish parliament  today, the US “is not and will never be at war with Islam.”

Obama in Turkey Reaches Out to the Islamic World

In his first visit to a Muslim country as President, Barack Obama told the Turkish parliament today, the US “is not and will never be at war with Islam.”

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