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Ahmadinejad: Islamic Middle East shedding 'U.S. interference'

NBC's Jim Maceda reports that in Tunisia, Jordan and Lebanon, much of the population is celebrating the Egyptian revolt, even as many regional leaders remain noticeably quiet. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reacted to the situation by saying a new Islamic Middle East will emerge without any "Israeli or U.S. interference."