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Arabs Like Obama

UpFront Radio, Audio, Odette Keeley Posted: Jun 13, 2008

Editor's Note: Odette Keeley presents a round-up of views from the ethnic media. This week: Esther Chavez, U.S. sales director of Inquirer.net, the official news site of the Philippine Daily Inquirer (Daly City), explains why the kidnapping of ABS-CBN broadcaster Ces Drilon and her team in Sulu is big news and the whole country is tuned into this drama; Ari Kagan, senior editor of Vecherniy New York (Evening New York) says some younger Russians support Barack Obama, but many older Russian Americans dont because they say he does not have close connections to the Russian community; and Ray Hanania, publisher of National Arab American Time newspaper in Orland Park, Ill. explains why Arab-American voters hope that Obama will become the next president.

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