In a country still reeling from the affects of the Arab Spring, a children’s magazine offers up instructions for building (and using) a Molotov cocktail, according to NBC news.
“Qawz Quzah,” aimed at the elementary school set in Tunisia, tells kids the improvised incendiary device is “easy to make and use,” says NBC:
“(A Molotov cocktail) is an improvised weapon that is often used in riots and acts of sabotage because it is easy to make and use,” reads the article, which came complete with detailed instructions on how to make a Molotov cocktail and appeared in the latest edition of Qawz Quzah.
The article, which appeared in a section of the publication called “Knowledge Corner,” touched a raw nerve in a country still struggling to tame the unrest stirred up by last year’s successful revolution, the first of the Arab Spring.(Read more)
The new Islamist Ennahda-led government is not impressed and may prosecute the publishers of the magazine.