I can't seem to see it.
Reader comment on: Saudis Demand Punishment for McDonald's Toy They Say "Insults Muhammed"
Submitted by Matt Brown, Jun 4, 2012 06:42
Try as I might (I am not an Arab or a Muslim), I have compared Muhammed in Arabic to the supposed "Muhammed" written on the Power Ranger toy. The resemblance is so contrived by the religious authority in Saudi that it's difficult to reconcile the outlandish nature of their claim.
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|Taking it too far [20 words]||Anon||May 15, 2013 19:15|
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