Watch: Lebanese TV Host Cuts Off Sexist Islamist

Islamist preacher Hani Al-Seba'i left literally speechless after telling TV host to 'shut up' for daring to interrupt his monologue.

Ari Soffer ,

TV studio (illustrative)
TV studio (illustrative)

In Islamist doctrine, women are to be seen but not heard - but one sheikh's attempt to silence a female TV anchor fell flat when she cut him off for telling her to "shut up".

Lebanese hostess Rima Karaki was interviewing London-based Islamist cleric Hani Al-Seba'i on Islamist movements and their stance towards Christians for Al-Jadeed TV. Hoiwever, when the cleric went off on a rambling tangent - delivering a history lesson in alliances between far-left groups and Islamists - Karaki attempted to steer him back on topic.

Taking offense to the interruption, Al-Seba'i told her to "shut up". This was her response: