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Reports: Muslim Brotherhood Uses Puppies as Firebombs In Egypt

by Brandon Turbeville, Activist Post:

Ever since the ouster of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, the American people have been force-fed a steady diet of propaganda regarding the nature of the Muslim Brotherhood. Yet, while mainstream media outlets attempt to portray the organization as peaceful and pro-democracy, the fact is that the Brotherhood is nothing more than a conduit for Western-backed destabilization efforts aimed at destroying a secular Egyptian government and the rise of Arab nationalism.

Indeed, despite the narrative spun by the corporate media regarding the violence taking place in Egypt, it is important to remember that the recent clashes were instigated and perpetrated by the Muslim Brotherhood. From firing weapons at Egyptian security forces to throwing opponents off of rooftops, as well as large-scale ransacking and destruction of Christian churches, the Muslim Brotherhood has been guilty of using violence and intimidation in order to both weaken the Egyptian government and terrify the citizenry into accepting the dominance of the Brotherhood.

Recently, however, it is being reported that the Brotherhood has taken advantage of even more shocking and bizarre tactics – using puppies as firebombs.

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2 comments to Reports: Muslim Brotherhood Uses Puppies as Firebombs In Egypt

  • Rodster

    Gives a new meaning to the term Hotdog. Sorry for the pun 😛

  • Meat Eater

    Likely got the idea from the CIA. Maybe they will try the US Navys old trick of strapping mines to Dolphins and training them to swim towards enemy ships.

    This anti-Muslim crap pretending to be news is getting desperate. The author would be better to concentrate on highlighting the attrocities of the worlds most warlike and destructive nation – the US.

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