News Kids Can Use?
Publishers of a popular Tunisian children’s magazine called Qaws Quzah (“Rainbow”) will be prosecuted for including instructions on how to make a Molotov Cocktail in a recent issue.
The Ministry for Women and Family Affairs said the article “encouraged violent and terrorist thoughts.”
Via the BBC: 

The publication carried a picture of a burning glass bottle to illustrate the history and uses of petrol bombs.
The piece appeared in the magazine’s so-called Knowledge Corner.
"It is an improvised weapon that is often used in riots and acts of sabotage because it is easy to make and use," the article explained.
The ministry for family affairs said the magazine was endangering children’s lives by encouraging the use petrol bombs “in acts of vandalism or terrorism”.

Image: The “Knowledge Corner” of Qaws Quzah with an article about the history and making of Molotov Cocktails, via the Daily Mail.

News Kids Can Use?

Publishers of a popular Tunisian children’s magazine called Qaws Quzah (“Rainbow”) will be prosecuted for including instructions on how to make a Molotov Cocktail in a recent issue.

The Ministry for Women and Family Affairs said the article “encouraged violent and terrorist thoughts.”

Via the BBC

The publication carried a picture of a burning glass bottle to illustrate the history and uses of petrol bombs.

The piece appeared in the magazine’s so-called Knowledge Corner.

"It is an improvised weapon that is often used in riots and acts of sabotage because it is easy to make and use," the article explained.

The ministry for family affairs said the magazine was endangering children’s lives by encouraging the use petrol bombs “in acts of vandalism or terrorism”.

Image: The “Knowledge Corner” of Qaws Quzah with an article about the history and making of Molotov Cocktails, via the Daily Mail.

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