US Muslims react to Obama's Middle East speech

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The speech of President Obama on recent events in the Middle East was closely followed by members of the Islamic Center in Pittsburgh.

While waiting for the President to appear, Imam Tadese said he wanted him to give assurance to the Muslim world that the US was not fighting a war against them.

The BBC's Franz Strasser spoke to him and other members about their reaction to his speech.

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