Al Jazeera English Bans Terms 'Terrorist', 'Islamist'

An Al Jazeera newsroom
An Al Jazeera newsroom (Al Jazeera/Facebook)

In the wake of Tuesday's attack on the Corinthia Hotel in Libya, an Al Jazeera English executive reportedly sent an email to employees banning the use of certain terms, including "terrorists," "extremism" and "Islamist."

Fox News' Todd Starnes blasted the network for its new policy.

"If nothing else, the leaked email confirms what we've long suspected: Al Jazeera is nothing less than a propaganda machine for those who hate America," Starnes said. "And while they are busy banning words—maybe Al Jazeera ought to add impartial and objective journalism to its list."

Watch Todd's American Dispatch in the video above.

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