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May 28, 2015 / 10 Sivan, 5775
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ISIS Kindergarten

ISIS Kindergarten

Photo Credit: Twitter

This was originally tweeted from a pro-ISIS account.

ISIS Kindergarten? Real? Not real? Not sure.

But someone did dress up and pose a kid like this.

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5 Responses to “ISIS Kindergarten”

  1. Mindy Holtz says:

    These are sick sub-humans

  2. this cancer is spreading needs to be cut out

  3. How gruesome. The blond doll.

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