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'Easy to make and use': Tunisian magazine teaches children how to build a Molotov cocktail

"A how-to guide on putting together a Molotov cocktail is not something you would expect a children’s magazine to feature, but that is exactly what recently ran in "Qawz Quzah," a popular Tunisian magazine whose name means "rainbow" in Arabic and is aimed at children aged five to 15.

“(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."

They're doing it wrong. To make a children's story like this work, you have to slather on the smarm. This is how it's done:
MY FIRST AUTOMATIC RIFLE

I remember the time dear old Dad slid back the rug, unlocked the secret door in the floor, and let me hold his AK-47.

He said, "My son, some day soon I will go to be with Allah in His paradise. You, my son, will be head of the family then. You must continue to fight Jihad. Fight the Yankees. Fight the Jews!"

I was nine years old. It wasn't long after that when he put a ski mask on my head and took me to a camp in the desert. There I learned to march, to make bombs, to shoot. To be a man, to be a soldier of Allah.

When I was thirteen, my dad strapped plastic explosives to his vest and took down a jetliner full of unbelievers, who died with alcohol on their breath. God is great! Allahu Akbar!

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