Who has fueled these attacks on freedom? The cartoon riots were nakedly political, incited by both Islamists and secular dictators (recall the violent attack on the Danish embassy in Damascus). This time around is no different. Exactly one week before Sept. 11, the official website of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood proudly published a list of President Mohamed Morsi's accomplishments in his first two months. High on the list was, in plain Arabic, "ending U.S. hegemony." It is no accident that seven days later the Cairo embassy was stormed while Egypt's president remained silent. Like the Yemeni rioters with looted U.S. laser printers, Mr. Morsi solicits billions of dollars in American aid without modifying the Brotherhood's classic anti-American agenda.