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Mehdi Hasan, Who Called Non-Muslims ‘Animals’, Out at MSNBC.

MSNBC anchor Mehdi Hasan has announced his departure from the network. The announcement was made during the final episode of his axed show on Sunday.

It was initially stated that despite his show’s cancelation, Hasan would remain as an analyst and fill-in host at MSNBC. However, Hasan’s airtime was noticeably reduced in the months following the October 7th terror raid on Israel by Hamas.

In the wake of those attacks, Hasan has amplified Hamas propaganda on social media, sharing posts speaking of the “utter desperation of [G]aza [P]alestinians, with many seeing no options for their future but the launch of a suicidal war,” and complaining “the scale of Israeli war crimes in Gaza is likely to exceed anything we have seen before.”

Before moving to the U.S., where he is a naturalized citizen, the British-born Muslim worked for many British broadcasters and leftist new organizations. He also served as an anchor for the Qatari state, which hosts Hamas leaders, on its Al Jazeera network.

Hasan is infamous in Britain for leaked sermons, brought to a wide audience by National Pulse editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam, in which he denounced non-Muslims as “cattle” who “live their lives as animals”.

The recordings were widely known when MSNBC chose to hire him.

Mehdi Hasan is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and even MSNBC should be ashamed of itself for promoting this dangerous moron. pic.twitter.com/bF81QhXHYC

— Raheem. (@RaheemKassam) October 8, 2023

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