Monday, December 08, 2008

A jihadist for Legoland

Here's a cool new toy, just in time for the infidel shopping season--which of course covers Yule, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, et al. It's a perfect gift for any child that loves Legos.

Presenting the 'BrickArms Bandit', a fully Lego-compatible figure complete with scowling bearded face, kaffiyeh, Mauser pistol, RPG, AK-47, and M67 frag grenades. A perfect gift for any child who wants a dose of reality this Christmas, and a great way to introduce any youngster to the tranquil ways of the 'Religion of Peace'. Just the toy kids need to invade their Mumbai Lego playsets!

Never mind the ever-growing stacks of dead bodies the jihad is piling up everyday. This children's toy is truly offensive (!) and really has the Muzzies' knickers in a twist.

Disgust At ‘Lego’ Terrorist Toys
UK, Thursday December 04, 2008 -

A range of Lego-style fighting figurines - including an Islamic terrorist militant - has sparked outrage among Muslims.

The toy mini-figures, made by American Will Chapman, includes a masked terrorist bandit with an assault rifle, grenade launcher and belt of explosives.

Shocked by the playthings, British Muslim organisation the Ramadhan Foundation has branded the figurines “absolutely disgusting”.

Chief executive Mohammed Shafiq said the figures were “glorifying terrorism”.

He said: “I don’t think there’s any difference between someone that shouts hatred through a megaphone and someone that creates a doll that glorifies terrorists.

“As a parent myself, I’m going to teach my children respect for the law and respect for each and every community.

“These are the lessons parents should be giving to their children - not lessons about weapons and violence.”

Father-of-three Mr Chapman boasts on his website that his nine-year-old son gave him the idea for the range.

The site advertises 31 different Lego-style weapons, weapons packs and 10 miniature militant figurines.

Other fighters in the range include World War Two troops, US marines - and a Nazi SS officer.

A spokesman for Lego UK said they were “not associated” with the toys being sold by BrickArms, “which have been customised without LEGO UK’s knowledge or permission.”

He added Lego is “committed to developing toys which enrich childhood by encouraging imaginative and creative play - and does not endorse products that do not fit with this philosophy.”

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