Muslim agenda of the Obama administration - 2009
- Obama’s first interview, within days of inauguration, was with the Dubai-based Al-Arabiya Networks. In it he stressed his own Muslim ties and his hopes for a Palestinian state. His message was “U.S. is not your enemy.”
- One of Obama's first acts as president, he decided to close GITMO and to move alleged Muslim terrorists to mainland American soil.
- In February, Obama ordered the expenditure of $20.3 million in migration assistance to the Palestinian refugees and conflict victims in Gaza. In addition, he pledged to provide $900 million in aid for rebuilding the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.
- Obama sets a withdrawal date for U.S. troops in Iraq of 2010
- On March 19, Obama delivered a customary speech to the Iranian people on their New Year referring to the Islamic Republic of Iran which amounted to an acceptance of the regime.
- Obama submits resolution to the U.N. Human Rights Council which would subordinate U.S. free speech rights to U.N. oversight standards. This has been a key demand by Muslims to punish others for speaking against Islam.
- Obama cancels the use of the term Global War on Terror in favor of Overseas Contingency Operation, so as not to offend Muslims.
- In March, Barack Obama said he was open to the idea of reaching out to moderate elements of the Taliban.
- March 31, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said those "who abandoned [Muslim] extremism must be granted an honorable form of reconciliation." 
- Obama signs order to release documents from President Ronald Reagan's White House and President George H.W. Bush’s presidential library records on the topic of Saudi Arabia.
- Obama requests emergency war funds for Afghanistan and Iraq.
- Obama orders the successful rescue of American Capt. Richard Phillips from Muslim Somali pirates.
- Obama nominated Dalia Mogahed to the President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. She has ties to the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood.
- April 21, Obama meets with Jordanian King Abdullah in the Oval Office.
- Obama said that despite the hate speech by Ahmadinejad at Monday's U.N. racist conference, the administration is "serious about engagement with Iran with no illusions." 
- The Obama administration declassifies Bush administration harsh interrogation methods used against Muslim terrorists
- Barack Obama has approved plans for the U.S. to help the United Arab Emirates become the first Arab nation with a nuclear power industry.
- Obama State Department issues U.S. ambassadors abroad to invite Iranian diplomats to embassy events celebrating the July 4 U.S. Independence Day.
- The Obama administration refused to help pro-democratic protesters in Iran.
- Obama celebrates Ramadan at the White House 09/01/09
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- White House at Confab with Muslim Brotherhood, Human Events, October 4, 2010
- Obama administration reaches out to Syria Jerusalem Center For Public Affairs, March 18, 2009
- Clinton offers olive branch to Taliban Reuters, March 31, 2009
- Hillary offers olive branch to Taliban The Fox Nation, March 31, 2009
- Obama releases Reagan records Politico, April 10, 2009
- Esposito Protégé Appointed To Obama Advisory Council Family Security Matters, April 14, 2009
- Obama: Iran effort continues despite 'appalling' talk TheHill.com, April 21, 2009
- Obama Approves Plans for U.S.-UAE Nuclear Power Deal Fox News, May 20, 2009
- US Inviting Iranians to July 4 Embassy Events Voice of America, June 2, 2009