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Kindergarten apologizes to children wearing Isis costumes in Indonesia

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During the Indonesian Independence Day parade, the kindergarten was forced to apologize because it wore black clothing similar to the Isis warrior and handed the toy gun to the toy gun.

Staff at the TK Kartika nursery in Probolinggo, East Java, expressed “regret” about the incident and insisted that they did not intend to “instill violence” or promote radicalism.

The children took part in the parade and held a parade to commemorate the 73rd Independence Day in Indonesia. They held a fake gun like AK47 and wore a black veil on their faces.

Their clothing has caused anger in the world’s largest Muslim country. Some social media users said that after the parade on the Internet, the clothing “does not conform to Indonesian culture.”

Kartika V Hartatik, head of the kindergarten, said the company had tried to “save money” by using props to make clothing in similar parades last year.

“I am sorry, I apologize very deeply,” he told the BBC Indonesia. “We have never considered this impact. It is important to participate in the parade and the children are happy to use the props.”

“I am sorry, I apologize very deeply,” he told the BBC Indonesia. “We have never considered this impact. It is important to participate in the parade and the children are happy to use the props.”

“I am sorry, I apologize very deeply,” he told the BBC Indonesia. “We have never considered this impact. It is important to participate in the parade and the children are happy to use the props.”

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