At home in Indonesia, Obama reaches out to Muslims
AKARTA, Indonesia — From the most Muslim nation on earth, President Barack Obama is reaching out to the Islamic world, declaring that efforts to build trust and peace are showing promise but are still clearly "incomplete."
Obama on Wednesday will deliver one of the most personal and potentially consequential speeches of his presidency, reflecting on his own years of upbringing in Indonesia and giving an update on America's "new beginning" with Muslims that he promised last year in Cairo.
At the same time, the path to lasting peace in the Middle East was hardly looking smoother. A remind...