The US retailer is selling the costume for $27.44 (£17.89), and it comes complete with a toy Uzi machine gun.

Several people have taken to Walmart’s website to condemn the costume in the reviews.

One review, titled ‘Costume of the Chosen Apartieid Army’, reads: ‘Your little one can now go to his friend’s house, and take over their bedroom, and all of their toys and claim that God has given him/her the right to take it.

‘If the friend refuses, your little IDF soldier can respond with force, and if they fight back, claim anti-Semitism, the right to defend their new room full of God given toys and level the whole family and neighbourhood block!’

And then there’s this:


Hey, it’s WalMart, what did you expect? Perhaps these two can go to the Halloween Party together.

  1. Aaron says:

    The PC police strike again. These are both great costumes. It’s Halloween people, lighten up.

  2. Cephus says:

    Who the hell cares? People are just looking for things to be offended by.

  3. The Bloviator says:

    They should have an Hamas Terrorist costume with a bomb vest. That would be awesome!

  4. jpfitz says:

    I don’t think a Palestinian’s Olympic Jew hostage taker uniform should upset anyone if the ones available at crapmart are no problem.

    Ah, our little lambs walking around as IDF soldiers. What will they grow up to be. Commando’s or warriors.

    The outfit for the IDF has the wrong weapon, the Uzi was replaced in 2003 by the M4A1.

  5. NewFormatSux says:

    If you are from countries like Saudi Arabia, UAE, Lebanon, Iran, etc, then you are not allowed to go trick or treating with Jews or anyone else wearing this costume.


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