Glenn Beck Apology

February 25, 2011 by USA Post 

Glenn Beck Apology, Glenn Beck makes an apology after making a comment on his radio show to compare the Reform Judaism of Islamic extremism. Beck, a great “do your homework” to advocate for you to get the correct information was not in the top of his class this week. Glenn Beck opened his radio show to discuss his inflammatory comments made the previous day. He has always told people to do your own homework, and “in this case I did not do enough task,” says Beck.

Glenn Beck and his black board and accessories have taken over 17:00 on the Fox News network as a kind of home from school where he learns the truth as you see Glenn Beck. Mixing religion and politics, the nightly Beck has plenty of followers. Beck also admitted using “one of the worstanlogies of all time.” We also agree with the comments of labeling your comment “ignorant.”

By Tim MolloyGlenn Beck apologized for making a comparison between the reform rabbis of Judaism and “radical Islam”, saying it was “one of the worstanlogies of all time.”

“Somebody called me ignorant of what I said on Tuesday and I think that’s a pretty good description of me – what I said,” Beck said on his radio program Thursday. He added: “I have one of the worstanlogies of all time and I knew when I said and went on … It was a nightmare and I knew it.”

In his radio program Tuesday, Beck began by saying Reform rabbis are “generally political.”

“It’s almost like Islam, radical Islam in a way, to where it is just -. Radicalized Islam is less about religion than about politics when we look at the Reform Judaism, it is more I’m not saying policy. They are the same, “he said. “It is not about t*rror*sm or anything else, this is politics, and thus becomes more about politics than about faith Orthodox rabbis -. That is about faith.”

Jewish groups responded quickly. Rabbi David Saperstein, director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism told Haaretz Beck’s comments were “deeply offensive, totally absurd.”

In its Thursday issue, Beck, who often implores her audience to do their homework on the issues of the day, explained that hisanlogy come from something he heard on Monday night a friend and could not check.

“I was having a conversation with some friends last night, one of which I trust in this kind of thing, and I’m not even sure if I misunderstood or misunderstood him or what, but certainly had not done enough homework to go on the air and the chance to comment as I did, “he said.

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