Walmart stirs controversy by selling IDF soldier children’s Halloween costume

US supermarket Walmart has caused controversy by stocking an Israeli army Halloween outfit for children.

The costume is available on the store’s website for $27.44 (£17.90) ahead of Halloween this Saturday.

Some users of social media expressed outrage at the costume. It comes at a time of spiralling violence between Israel and the Palestinians.

The store’s “Sheikh Fagin nose”, also available on its website, has likewise drawn criticism. h/t MP

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