Host Maher argued with British journalist Louise Mensch about the impact of Muslims in her home country.

Mar 26, 2017 by

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During the “Overtime” segment of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, battle lines were quickly drawn as MSNBC host Chris Hayes argued with host Maher and a conservative panelist over Muslim majority countries.

During a heated discussion about the terrorist attack in London on Wednesday, host Maher argued with British journalist Louise Mensch about the impact of Muslims in her home country stating, “Every time some bomb goes off, before it goes off somebody yells ‘Allahu Akbar.’”

Conservative Matt Schlapp added, “Look, we have to call things as they are. There are a lot of moderate Muslims who know that Islam is in a fight with the idea that you can have a civilization where you can have religious pluralism. They themselves don’t believe in that religious pluralism.”

“Matt, will you tell me this,” Hayes countered. “Can you tell me the structure of the government of Indonesia?”

“I can’t,” Schlapp replied.

“Okay. Do you know that Indonesia is the largest Muslim country in the world?” Hayes shot back.

“I’ve read that,” Schlapp said.

“Right. So you’re telling me you don’t know anything about the way the largest Muslim country in the world operates,” Hayes replied, before Maher — who railed at Muslims during the segment — cut off the debate saying he had a cold and ended the segment.

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Tom Boggioni is a writer in San Diego, Calif.

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