Earlier this week, Jesse Watters visited the city that some have called the "Arabic capital of North America."

Dearborn, Michigan, has a population of 96,000, and nearly half are Arab, a majority of whom are Muslim.

Jesse talked to numerous locals around town, asking them why they emigrated to America, what they do for a living, their views on Sharia law, and why many Muslims around the world dislike the United States.

Now, a Muslim advocacy group, the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), is angry with Watters and Bill O'Reilly.

Dawud Walid, executive director of the Michigan chapter of CAIR, told O'Reilly that he found the segment to be bigoted and inaccurate.

He alleged that it reinforced stereotypes and reflected Dearborn in a poor light.

O'Reilly pointed out that Watters' World is humorous, satirical and good-natured, and has teased everyone from Catholics to tattoo enthusiasts to college students.

"I think you've got to lighten up a little bit, Mr. Walid," O'Reilly said.

Watch more above and see the Watters' World segment in question below.


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