Egyptian Democracy Protesters Firebomb Islamist Al Jazeera in Tahrir Square

Al Jazeera is the voice of the Islamist Qatar regime. And Qatar is the paymaster of terror. Qatari money and propaganda from its pet propaganda network broadcast around the Middle East and the world helped make the Arab Spring happen and then be hijacked by the Islamists.

Now it appears that Egyptian democracy protesters have firebombed Al Jazeera’s offices in Tahrir Square for the network’s agenda of backing the tyrannical Muslim Brotherhood takeover of Egypt.

Egyptian protesters firebombed one of the offices of satellite broadcaster al-Jazeera in the third day of violence in central Cairo.

The protesters attacked the studio overlooking Tahrir square with Molotov cocktails and petrol bombs early Wednesday, leaving it gutted by fire hours later, witnesses said.

Disgruntled youth and security forces have been clashing in the area since Monday, with protesters hurling stones and firebombs and security forces firing birdshot and tear gas into the crowd. Some protesters had been accusing al-Jazeera of bias in support of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s most powerful political force from which President Mohammed Morsi hails.

  • Mary Sue

    Finally! Egyptian protestors are bombing the RIGHT thing!

    *not that bombing something all vigilante like, like that, is desirable, but at least it's something that deserves it.

    • objectivefactsmatter

      Finally, legitimate "resistance" in the middle east. They're actually trying to throw off tyranny rather than using violence to serve it.

      • Mary Sue

        I know, right!

    • AdinaK

      Immersed in the Islamist muck for well over a decade, this blogger intuits that the protesters are much more concerned with economic deprivation – the country IS a basket case – rather than this freedom or that freedom.

      Because once one is fearful of starving, the rest is history. Foremost, the appeal of the Islamist movement is a religious one, but while they engage in the terror business, they also use their resources for social services, sort of like a hook and bait.

      In any case, while surely there are those who seek genuine freedoms, this is hardly the overwhelming sentiment.

      The Brotherhood, of which Morsi IS its agent Prez, has no intention of letting loose its grip. They just have to bide their time, until the Islamist-in-Chief gets Congress to loosen its purse strings.

      Alas, with the above in mind, let's not get ahead of ourselves. And the following should be kept firmly in mind –

      Adina Kutnicki, Israel –

  • Ori Jiorgewell

    No worries, Morsi is great friends with 0bama. It is all part of the 'master plan'. Just disregard and go about your business, nothing to see here,…or there.

  • Flowerknife_us

    Just another sign that Egypt would be in a bind if confronting Israel. Think Gaza refugees entering that quagmire.

  • JacksonPearson

    This beef kind of puts the Middle East Caliphate on temporary hold.

    Egypt never recouped from the last dogfight, and their economy is still in shambles. Counter revolutions can be real sticky, with Morsi finding himself in the same outhouse as Mubarak.

  • @Kenrick66

    The question remains: What would these protesters replace the MB with? Their own brand of tyranny? Have they a clue to what freedom means? Or truth?