"Hannity" panelists Michael Ghouse of the "America Together Foundation" and radio talk show host Bill Cunningham engaged in a spirited debate regarding radicalization in the Muslim world Wednesday evening.
At issue was the level to which populations in Muslim nations support acts such as suicide bombings, genital mutilations, and Sharia Law.
Ghouse sparked the ire of fellow panelist Cunningham after attempting to explain away strong support for Sharia Law in many Muslim countries by suggesting many Muslims are not familiar with legal systems other than Sharia:
SEAN HANNITY: I was right. you're wrong. You told me it wasn't happening.
BILL CUNNINGHAM: Say you're sorry, Mike. Say you're sorry.
MICHAEL GHOUSE: No, what for, what for Bill?
BILL CUNNINGHAM: Say you're sorry, Mike. You ought to apologize to Sean Hannity because there's a radicalization going on that you won't admit to.
SEAN HANNITY: There is radicalization going on without any doubt.
MICHAEL GHOUSE: There is a radicalization going on without any doubt.
BILL CUNNINGHAM: Say you're sorry!
SEAN HANNITY: This isn't going to end good for the world, because America is not standing up to [radical Islam], and we're not leading.