Sean Hannity resurrects the myth of Muslim "no-go zones," a lie Fox was forced to correct in 2015

Sean Hannity resurrects the myth of Muslim "no-go zones," a lie Fox was forced to correct in 2015

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From the August 18 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Listen, there are good people in every race, religion, and background. But particularly those that adopt the radical interpretations of the Quran or support Sharia law, we know what that means. And there has been no-go zones, even though people will not even-- allowed to say it apparently.

And on top of that, you have 80 Sharia courts, 80-plus Sharia courts in Great Britain where you live and that is not particularly good for anybody because it means they are separate and apart. 

Previously:

Fox correction: "We have made some regrettable errors on-air regarding the Muslim population in Europe"

Fox host apologizes for letting Muslim "no-go zone" myth go "unchallenged and uncorrected"

Hannity uses attack in France to push Muslim “no-go zones” myth that Fox previously apologized for

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