Historical accuracy of Chinese toy set offends Muslims

Teacher discovers toy blocks featuring word ‘Allah’

Mahnun Mat Isa says she was surprised to find the word ‘Allah’ and ‘Muhammad’ sticking to a banner held by a ‘terrorist-like’ character in the game set.

PARIT BUNTAR: A teacher has lodged a police report here after she found the building blocks she had bought for her youngest son contained elements which touched on the sensitivities of Muslims.
Mahnun Mat Isa, 40, said she was surprised to find the words “Allah” and “Muhammad” printed on a banner held by a “terrorist-like” character in the game set.

“What’s more shocking is that the terrorist character resembled a man with a head cloth,” she said, adding that the toy which she purchased at a toy shop in Taiping was made in China.

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  • tom_billesley

    Which did she find the most upsetting; islamofauxbia or cultural appropriation?

  • Blacksmith

    So I should call the cops every time I am offended? You fucking spinless leftist appeasers would be in for a world of hurt., your mere existence offends me.

  • Editor

    And if she’d bought a set of medieval Crusader toy soldiers, they’d probably would have had a cross on their tunic. Get over yourselves! Nobody gives a sh!t.

    • Watchman

      The islamist wouldn’t want that either, as all religious symbols of any non-muslim religion are also haram.

      So for an islamic toy set containing plastic Crusader figures, they are likely to have pop-off heads to make them more realistic. Noncombatant muslim figures might have pop-off hands and feet to be able to represent thieves.

      In a devout Islamist society all toy figures would be banned anyway, due to the Shari’a law ban on human representations in art..

  • Sid Falco

    I hope the little figurines didn’t have removable heads, that would really trigger muslims.

    • Justin St.Denis

      We “sensitive types” always consider the feelings of others.

      • Tooth&Claw

        We not so sensitive types, consider your feelings your problem to manage and deal with. We are not responsible for how you CHOOSE to feel.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Wow. Who pissed in your Cheerios, Sparky? Or is sarcasm not on your “List Of Things I Understand/Get”? Regardless what your reasons are, you would benefit from a crash course in civility.

          • Tooth&Claw

            Sarcasm doesn’t translate well. is helpful for us that can’t read minds.