Fareed Zakaria Calls Out Rupert Murdoch Over Paris Terrorism Comments

CNN's Fareed Zakaria sat down with HuffPost Live at Davos on Wednesday, where he called out Rupert Murdoch for his comments on the recent terror attacks in Paris.

"I think it was outrageous to claim that moderate Muslims, or Muslims in general, are responsible for the attacks," Zakaria said. "If you had a significant portion of the Muslim world up in arms against the West... we'd have a lot of attacks every day."

"We're talking about a small number," Zakaria added.

Tweeting after the terror attacks in France that left 20 dead, Murdoch said Muslims must "recognize and destroy their growing jihadist cancer," and "they must be held responsible."

"We don't hold Rupert Murdoch responsible for every crazy, radical, quasi-fascist statement made by a television host -- oh, wait a minute, I guess we do in the case of Rupert Murdoch because he hires most of them," Zakaria joked.

Zakaria pointed out the hypocrisy of Murdoch's comment.

"He has no responsibility for the hacking scandal that was done by his employees, but yet Muslims in Indonesia who are moderate are somehow responsible for what some guy in France does," Zakaria said.

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