Is it real?
Reader comment on: Saudis Demand Punishment for McDonald's Toy They Say "Insults Muhammed"
Submitted by Yaakov Cohn, May 30, 2012 18:01
Perhaps if the alleged "Muhammad" written in Arabic on the toy could be seen, the Saudis' complaint could be evaluated. However, the picture provided in the link of this article does not suggest that there is anything on the pedestal more than a mere thunderbolt, which has been the signature of every Power Ranger series since 1993.
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