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Tuesday, 17 July 2007

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Fukengrooven, Germany (IP) - Sources in Europe revealed today that they have intercepted a video recorded by Taliban Industries that displays a new line of toys that will soon be made available to Arab children.

The first toy identified is Jihad Joe which is an action figure that comes complete with plastic explosive suicide belt, AK-47 rifle and ammo, Toyota toy truck with machine gun mount, pistols, knives, grenades, and cell phone.

Another toy is the play time suicide belt which has an electronic switch and sound effects that mimic the real thing. Also very popular is the Scud Junior which is a toy missile that comes complete with launcher and camouflage kit.

A game called Pin the Infidel is popular at birthday parties as is the Infidel Pinata that kids can beat with sticks until it bursts open and candy falls out.

For the girls they have a Barbie-like doll which is yet to be named. The doll can be covered in a small white shroud and buried up to her waist and the kids have a ball throwing the smallest stones they can find to prolong the agony. The doll has a recording which at first begs pathetically for her life and then screams in pain as each stone finds its mark. The doll comes with a pamphlet explaining that the condemned has committed adultery or committed other horrible crimes like daring to work for a living or trying to visit a hospital for medical attention or found caught attending school.

It is suspected that these toys were secretly developed in Saudi Arabia and are being distributed to other Arab countries in the region under the Taliban Industries label.

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