150118130235-fox-news-apologizes-muslim-communities-europe-no-go-zones-00004920-620x348Fox News took time out of four broadcasts on Saturday to apologize for four separate instances of incorrect information that portrayed Muslims in a negative light. Several of the cases involved incendiary comments about “no-go zones” in Europe, where Islamic law supposedly supersedes local law and where non-Muslims fear to go. Other media outlets have accused Fox of exaggerations and falsehoods, and even British Prime Minister David Cameron mocked one of the assertions. On Saturday, Fox apologized morning, noon and night. Jeanine Pirro issued the final correction of the day, at 9:10 p.m., for something her guest Steve Emerson said a week earlier: that Birmingham, England is a “totally Muslim city where non-Muslims don’t go in.” Emerson was ridiculed for his comments, and he subsequently apologized. “Last week on this program, a guest made a serious factual error that we wrongly let stand unchallenged and uncorrected,” Pirro said. More