"His speech captivated the Arab world." This is about the Egyptian Ikhwan president, Muhammad Morsi. His speech captivated the Arab world?? What Arab world are you talking about? The correspondent who wrote these words does not know Arabic and has no experience in the Arab world and used to cover the American right before he volunteered to cover the "Arab spring" from Cairo. Morsi's speeches don't captivate a tomatoes, for potato's sake. The speeches of Dan Quayle captivated more people. Having said that: it has to be admitted that the speech by Morsi did captivate the media of Saudi princes who highlighted it and who promoted it. That is what he should have said. But I know the standards of the New York Times: if Morsi were to visit Israel, the New York Times would even say that Morsi is the new Nasser of the Arab world. It is all based on the political standards of the Zionists at the paper.