In Cologne, Islamist dolls have been causing a stir for days, which are produced in the city and sold over the Internet.
The small, handmade dolls with black face-cover or burqa look harmless at first glance, but the protection of the constitution suspects the indoctrination of children behind, reports the WDR.
The controversial dolls are mainly sold in Salafist circles. According to the West deutscher Rundfunk (WDR), there are currently about 100 Salafi families living in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, who are raising their children radically Islamist.
In Germany, about 11,000 followers are suspected. Burkhard Freier, the head of the constitutional protection, said: “Salafism becomes more violent”. The Salafist dolls on the internet come from the manufacturers in Cologne under the name “Jundullah” (Soldiers of God) advertised and sold – recall in their appearance to members of the ISIS.
Through these “toys”, the ISIS ideology is to be taught to children, “You can see that the person, these puppets who had pictures of Syria in mind. It should be created its own worldview. For children, the world is divided into those who are on the right path and all others who are on the wrong path. In this way, even in childhood, a complete foreclosure.