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Does doll deliver Islamic message?

Parents are outraged about the messages they're hearing from a doll. It's Fisher-Price's "Little Mommy Real Loving Baby Cuddle and Coo" doll.

People claim they can hear it mumble "Satan is king," and clearly speak "Islam is the light."

Gary Rofkahr of Owasso was at his office, when a man brought the doll in to show his co-workers.

"There's no markings on the box to indicate there's anything Islamic about this doll."

Rofkahr said he found several versions of the doll at Wal-Mart and Target in Owasso.

Those stores have since been pulled the dolls from the shelves.

As of Wednesday night, 2NEWS had not heard back from Fisher-Price or its parent company, Mattel.

A Target spokesperson said their company has no plans to pull the doll from all of its shelves.

The dolls are sold nationwide and 2NEWS has heard the dolls are in Tulsa and Sand Springs.

http://www.kjrh.com/news/local/story.aspx?content_id=5c383aca-c3d2-4b3d-b4a5-5a8108ba4971
 

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Parents Outraged Over Baby Doll They Say Mumbles Pro-Islam Message

Thursday, October 09, 2008

A doll some are claiming utters pro-Islam and even satanic messages has outraged parents in Oklahoma and Pennsylvania.

People insist they can hear Fisher-Price's "Little Mommy Real Loving Baby Cuddle and Coo" mumbling "Islam is the light" and "Satan is king," according to KJRH.com and MyFOXKC.com.

"There's no markings on the box to indicate there's anything Islamic about this doll," said Gary Rofkahr of Owasso, Okla., who was at work when another man brought the toy in to show his colleagues.

Rofkahr said he found various versions of the doll at local Target and Wal-Mart stores, which have since pulled the toys from their shelves, reported KJRH.com.

Pennsylvania Targets have also reportedly stopped selling the doll, according to MyFOXKC.com.

Fisher-Price referred all calls to parent company Mattel, which didn't immediately respond to FOXNews.com's requests for comment.

A Target representative told KJRH.com the company has no plans to recall the doll nationwide.

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,435164,00.html
 

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This will turn out to be a malfunctioning doll that plays garbled messages combined with some people who think they can turn a quick buck threatening to sue. Throw in some sensationalist news reporting to really get things moving.
 
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