It seems like not a day goes by without CNN's Don Lemon opening his mouth and inserting his foot.
Lemon actually asked an international human rights lawyer if he supports the terrorist Islamic State in Iraq and Syria?
Following the mass shooting at French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, Lemon interviewed Arsalan Iftikhar
Citing a poll from August 2014 that indicates 16 percent of French citizens support ISIS, Lemon wanted to know if those people could be considered Islamic extremists.
When Iftikhar, who is a senior editor at Islamic Monthly and founder of TheMuslimGuy.com, said that he didn't believe their sympathies with the ideology meant "they would justify the killing of innocent civilians or murdering people on the streets,” Lemon pressed him further.
"I just want to get more specific,” Lemon said. “Again, in August, 16 percent of French citizens support ISIS. Would you describe those who support ISIS as Islamic extremists? Do you support ISIS?”
Clearly stunned by the audacity of the question, all Iftikhar could do was repeat his answer. “Wait, did you just ask me if I supported ISIS?” he said.
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