Fox News Mum On Whether It Has An Anti-Muslim Commentary Policy
Whether or not Juan Williams deserved to be fired from NPR, it's clear that Fox News regularly airs far worse anti-Muslim commentary.
Some examples :
On the October 15 edition  of Fox News' Fox & Friends, Brian Kilmeade defended O'Reilly's View comments  by claiming the show's hosts "were outraged that somebody was saying there's a reason -- there was a certain group of people that attacked us on 9-11. It wasn't just one person. It was one religion. Not all Muslims are terrorists, but all terrorists are Muslims." Kilmeade later repeated the false claim  that "every terrorist is a Muslim" on his radio show. He also asked  if "Americans have a right to look at moderate Muslims and say, 'Show me you're not one of them,' " referring to terrorists. On October 18, Kilmeade said : "I misspoke. I don't believe all terrorists are Muslims. I'm sorry about that, if I offended ... or hurt anybody's feelings. But that's it." He also revised  his remarks on the October 18 edition of his radio show.
On the September 7 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom, co-host Bill Hemmer said  of the Park51 Islamic center, "It could also be the first stop for a radical jihadist who comes to America who wants to go pray." On the August 18 edition  of The O'Reilly Factor, Fox News contributor Dick Morris said of Park51: "These Sharia mosques ... have become the command centers for terrorism," adding, "So this one would be, too." The next day, Morris made similar remarks  on Fox & Friends; during the show, Fox Business host Eric Bolling also claimed  that Park51 "may be a meeting place for some of the scariest minds -- some of the biggest terrorist minds." Kilmeade later said of Park51: "The next Hamburg cell could be right downtown."
On his August 18 radio show, Glenn Beck said  of Park51: "You look for things that are uniting, and I'm sorry, but the Cordoba Project is not uniting. If you wanted to unite people, you don't spit in their face. You don't spit in their face. On the 10th anniversary, after you've killed 3,000 people, you're going to now build your mosque on -- there, really?" Beck has repeatedly falsely  claimed  that Park51 was scheduled to open on September 11, 2011. He has also referred  to the Islamic center as "the 9-11 mosque" and has wondered  if it is "a possibility" that Park51's location is about "inoculation."
But when asked by Media Matters what their policy on anti-Muslim rhetoric is, Fox News spokespeople did not respond.