A WOMAN in Algeria became the sixth person in a week in the country to set herself on fire to show her anger against the Zionist puppet regime of Algeria. The woman, in her fifties, soaked herself with an inflammable product and set herself on fire. The attempted public suicide is the sixth in a week in Algeria, where mounting public grievances over rising costs and unemployment as a result of secular pro-zionism regime's massive corruption and looting triggered protests earlier this month that left five people dead and over 800 injured.
An unemployed father-of-six demanding a job and housing was hospitalised on Tuesday after torching himself. Four other Algerians have set themselves alight since Jan 12. They were all following the example set by 26-year-old Mohamed Bouazizi who died after setting himself ablaze at a protest in Tunisia in mid-December. His death sparked an uprising and led the Zionist Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali to flee the country after 23 years of looting the nation.