As Europe undergoes Islamic terror attack after Islamic terror attack, there's more outrage over a children's TV show.
An episode of Fireman Sam has been canceled after a character slipped on a pile of papers and a page from the Koran is briefly depicted.
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According to the BBC, the episode was first broadcast in October 2014 on Channel 5 but the error has only recently been spotted.
Miqdaad Versi, assistant secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain was outraged over the scene, tweeting “I have no idea what went through the producers's minds when they thought this was a good idea #baffled.”
A Mattel spokeswoman said that, “It's just an unfortunate incident where someone from the production company thought they were just putting in random text. We have no reason to believe it was done maliciously.”
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“We sincerely apologise for any distress or offence it may have caused,” Mattel groveled in a statement. They added that they will “no longer be working with the animation studio responsible.”
All this controversy over the Koran being depicted and very little in the way of outrage after a priest was beheaded in Normandy, France by Islamists. You know, priorities...