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Sean Hannity 1-4-13 “Let’s not forget what Al Jazeera is known for.  Now, this is the network where Osama bin Laden went when he wanted to get his message out to the world…Something’s wrong with this picture.”

Bill O’Reilly “Al Gore sold his cable network to, wait for it, Al Jazeera, the anti-American network out of Qatar.”

Fox Reporter “He sells his news network to a clearly anti-American news channel called Al Jazeera.  What?  Are you kidding me?”

Stewart “Oh my God.  That means Muslims will be able to see into our homes.  You know that, right?  People on TV can see into your homes.  Put on your pants.  Now look.  Al Jazeera’s Arabic channel has broadcast some very hateful stuff.”

Sheikh Usef al-Qaradani “Oh Allah, take the oppressive Jewish, Zionist, band of people….”

Stewart “Worst Hanukkah special ever.  That is hateful, although the network that would air in Current’s place isn’t the Al Jazeera that runs in the Arab world , it’s Al Jazeera English, which is actually a pretty well respected news outlet.  Still, Al Jazeera Arabic is a subsidiary of the group Gore sold to, so let’s take a look at some of their other programs.”

Saudi Cleric Salman Al-Odeh 8-13-12 “The roll of the Jews is to wreak destruction, to wage war…The Jews believe that they have the right to kill anyone who does not adhere to their religion…They were making matzos with human blood.  The eat it believing that this brings them close to their false god, Yahweh.”

Stewart “You know, if that were true, you’d think matzo would be more flavorful, but it’s not.  Very dry, very plain.  You know, that’s just awful.  To air that on Al Jazeera, oh, I’m sorry.  That didn’t air on Al Jazeera.  I’m sorry, that aired on a network called Rotana.  That’s my fault.  That’s another television station in the Arab world.  That one’s owned, not by Qatar, but by a Saudi prince named Al-Waleed bin Talal, and also, twenty percent of that is owned by, oh, a guy named Rupert Murdoch.  Huh?  That last name, that’s familiar, but I can’t place what his other holdings are.  But, uhm, Rotana’s the same network that aired Valley of the Wolves, a movie in which American soldiers are the bad guys, massacring Iraqi civilians, and stealing Arab’s organs to sell them to Jews.  I don’t even know what to say.  I mean, Rupert Murdoch, profiting from the airing of that type of anti-American propaganda.”