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Is There A 'Muslim World'?

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Is There A 'Muslim World'?

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Is There A 'Muslim World'?

Is There A 'Muslim World'?

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President Obama's speech from Cairo today has been repeatedly billed — both in the media and in political circles — as a major address to the "Muslim World." But what exactly does that mean? Does such a world really exist as an international community, or is it just political rhetoric?

Ramzy Baroud, of PalestineChronicle.com and Nihad Awad, of the Council on America-Islamic Relations, debate the true existence of a "Muslim World."

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