Things got heated on "Hannity" Monday night when Mike Ghouse, a practicing Muslim, seemingly accused anti-radical Islam blogger Pamela Geller (for the second time) of contributing to a man's death on a subway by posting her infamous "anti-jihad' subway ads.
After Geller brought up the fact that Ghouse took part in "libel" when he recently claimed a "Hindu was killed in a subway train" because of her posters, host Sean Hannity asked his guest why he was accusing Geller of "killing somebody."
"I'm not accusing her. Her posters cause danger to the people traveling in subway trains and, in fact, there was a guy who got killed for mistaken identity," Ghouse, who refused to apologize, replied.
Geller said her ads said nothing about Islam or Muslims. "My ads said, 'in any war between the civilized man and the savage, you support the civilized man. Defeat jihad. Support Israel.' Are you supporting jihad? Is that what you're saying?"
"I'm not supporting jihad," Ghouse shot back. "You owe an apology to the people who you are hurting and saying bad things about it."
"You’re saying the truth hurts people, don’t you see how irrational your logic is?" Geller said, raising her voice. "How dare you accuse me of murder!"
Watch the segment via Fox News/Mediaite:
For context, here's the Fox News clip where Ghouse accuses Geller of causing a man's death with her subway ads: