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Obama speech to be translated

From NBC's Joel Seidman
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, briefing the media today in Riyadh, said President Obama's Cairo speech tomorrow will be translated into 13 languages, and will be posted on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and YouTube.

Video: On the eve of his trip to Saudi Arabia and Egypt, President Barack Obama discusses what he hopes to convey in his address at Cairo University. NBC's Brian Williams reports.

Gibbs said Facebook is the largest social networking site in the Muslim world, with some 20 million subscribers. He also said the State Department will collect and post feedback from those partaking in an online chatroom, and will create a page where subscribers will receive text messages

Gibbs said a number of countries around the world plan to broadcast the speech live with real time translation.