The Bee is very, very good.
Side with Hamas, side with this.

Where's DOCS?

Time for an intervention - get this kid out of that environment.

What chance does he have of developing into a reasonable Australian citizen?

Thanks to Daily Mail for the story.

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A bakery has been forced to remove itself from social media after a photo of its Hamas cake for a four-year-old sparked massive outrage.

Sydney's Oven Bakery by Fufu shared images of the young boy standing beside a large cake featuring the Palestinian flag and spokesman of Hamas, Abu Ubaida, on Tuesday.

The boy wore a headscarf and outfit similar to Ubaida's, copying his pose with a finger in the air.

The masked terrorist was also pictured on a batch of cupcakes with the Palestinian flag.

Oven Bakery by Fufu initially received praise for the cake, with commenters writing the boy 'was a champion' and 'what a cutie mashallah' alongside hearts.

However, criticism quickly overtook the controversial post and the bakery was forced to close its Instagram and Facebook pages.

The business is known for delivering custom cakes across Sydney and claims it was recently invited to cater for the annual Iftar Muslim community dinner in Sydney.

Premier Chris Minns described the photos as 'horrifying'.

'Hamas is an evil terrorist organisation,' he said.

'Kids parties should be innocent and fun, not hateful.'

Jewish groups have also condemned the bakery for making the cake for a children's party.

'Dressing a child up as a terrorist, including with what appears to be a Hamas headband is reprehensible and a form of child abuse,' Australian Jewish Group chief executive Robert Gregory said, the Daily Telegraph reported.  

'Islamic extremism and radicalisation of youth is not just a problem for the Jewish community. It's a threat to all Australians.

'Australia has seen several recent incidents of Muslim youth allegedly stabbing or plotting to attack other Australians.

'Indoctrination starts at a young age and is similar to what is seen across the Middle East.'