After Hezbollah officials accused the Fox News of aiding Israel by reporting on the direction and postions of outgoing rockets [see above video], Fox has stopped doing so, and “even reassuringly read the Hezbollah request over the air.” The move prompted this question from Newshounds: “Does that mean Fox News was negotiating with terrorists? Why can Fox News do that, but not the U.S. government?”
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