Has Fox News apologised for Steven Emerson?

This idiot, speaking on Fox News said "There are actual cities like Birmingham that are totally Muslim, where non-Muslims simply don't go." He also claimed there were parts of London where "Muslim police" beat people for not dressing in Muslim attire. Of course he has had to apologise on... show more This idiot, speaking on Fox News said "There are actual cities like Birmingham that are totally Muslim, where non-Muslims simply don't go." He also claimed there were parts of London where "Muslim police" beat people for not dressing in Muslim attire.

Of course he has had to apologise on his website since, and has completely withdrawn this crud under a barrage of raucous laughter. But has Fox apologised for offering this nonsense as fact?
Update: I omitted to say that the Birmingham in question is Birmingham in the United Kingdom - a city of just over 1,000,000 people. Fox may be surprised to learn that Muslims are only 4.4% of UK pop. and the vast majority of those are fine citizens. Going by some of their fiction you'd think we were a Sharia... show more I omitted to say that the Birmingham in question is Birmingham in the United Kingdom - a city of just over 1,000,000 people.

Fox may be surprised to learn that Muslims are only 4.4% of UK pop. and the vast majority of those are fine citizens. Going by some of their fiction you'd think we were a Sharia state!

Jim - Nowhere does *what* say he was speaking on Fox News? There are news reports all over the Western world that he was speaking on Fox News. Yahoo has the report, for instance.
Update 2: Well the latest update is that as of today, Fox News has in fact aired a public apology for this buffoonery. Probably this confuses Jim, who seemed to be trying to say he hadn't said anything of the kind, and Jim L. who may well be surprised that the rather savage worldwide mockery of someone "nobody's... show more Well the latest update is that as of today, Fox News has in fact aired a public apology for this buffoonery. Probably this confuses Jim, who seemed to be trying to say he hadn't said anything of the kind, and Jim L. who may well be surprised that the rather savage worldwide mockery of someone "nobody's heard of" has caused even Fox to back down.

Probably the fact that even heads of state were making fun of them that did it.
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