President Obama is planning to renew Muslim outreach in the coming days, in order to appeal to the Muslim world after the death of Osama bin Laden. A senior U.S. official tells The Wall Street Journal that Obama will deliver the message as part of a wide-ranging speech as early as next week when he visits Europe. He will argue that the Muslim world is at a crossroads, with bin Laden representing the old way and the democratic uprisings in Egypt, Libya, and elsewhere representing the future. The U.S. is having its diplomats sing a similar song on Arab television and radio. The Obama administration is undecided, however, on whether to lay out a concrete Israel-Palestine peace plan.
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