U.S. Popularity Declining in Muslim Countries A recent Pew poll indicates that the popularity of the United States is plummeting in Muslim countries. Following the poll, President Bush announced that, for the first time in history, the U.S. will have a representative at the Organization of the Islamic Conference.
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U.S. Popularity Declining in Muslim Countries

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U.S. Popularity Declining in Muslim Countries

U.S. Popularity Declining in Muslim Countries

U.S. Popularity Declining in Muslim Countries

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A recent Pew poll indicates that the popularity of the United States is plummeting in Muslim countries. Following the poll, President Bush announced that, for the first time in history, the U.S. will have a representative at the Organization of the Islamic Conference.

David Newton, former U.S. ambassador to Iraq and Yemen, is joined by the Arab American Institute's James Zogby to discuss America's tainted image.