Walmart sparks outrage with new IDF soldier Halloween costume
Top US retail chain has caused controversy over selling children’s Halloween costumes of an Israeli military soldier.
Top US retail chain, Walmart, stirred controversy by offering a new children’s costume for Halloween: An Israeli IDF soldier.
The costume is sold for 27.44 USD and includes trousers, a shirt with the wording “army” in Hebrew, a belt and a red beret, which resembles the one worn by enlisted soldiers of the IDF. The website’s picture of the costume shows a child holding a toy gun resembling an Uzi, although it is not included in the package.
The costume caused controversy, as social media users reacted with anger and Cynicism. One person commented under the ‘customer
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