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Sean Hannity to London Imam: ‘I Still Think You’re an Evil SOB’ (Video)

”I’m really holding my temper down,“ Fox News host says to Imam Anjem Choudary in battle over Paris terror attack

In the wake of Wednesday’s terror attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, Sean Hannity and a London Imam got into a tense exchange over Sharia Law and freedom of the press.

“You’re saying you do not believe in freedom of speech, you don’t believe in freedom of expression, you believe in Islamic fascism, that people must abide by your laws,” Hannity said to Imam Anjem Choudary.

Choudary responded that sovereignty and supremacy belongs to God, and the “sensibilities and emotions of Muslims must be taken into consideration in the context in which we live today.”

Mid-interview, Hannity issued a disclaimer that he was holding his temper down because the Imam — dubbed radical by Fox News on-screen — really angered him.

Hannity then issued rapid-fire questions, asking if the Imam agrees that women who commit adultery should be put to death.

“Men and women who commit adultery for which there is sufficient evidence, for example, four eyewitnesses,” the Imam began, answering that he agrees with capital punishment for adulterers.

Finally, Hannity asked if Choudary supports the attack on Charlie Hebdo.

“This particular magazine portrayed him [Muhammad] naked,” he said, to which Hannity quickly shot back.

“You’re going to have to get over it,” he said, noting that he’s seen pictures of elephant dung on the Virgin Mary he didn’t like, but he didn’t in turn shoot up an art museum.

“‘I still think you’re an evil SOB,” Hannity concluded.

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