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Restaurant ripped over ‘upsetting’ ‘Bluey’-themed event: ‘Kids were crying’

Bluey-themed event last week, leaving several kids in tears.Dirt Dog held the event, called “Bluey Day!,” at one of its Sin City locations on May 11. The event was dedicated to the Australian children’s show “Bluey,” which is about a blue Australian Cattle Dog. According to the Facebook event, the gathering advertised face-painting, special treats and “meeting Bluey and friends.”“Celebrate Bluey with Us!! Marathon of all the Bluey episodes!” the event promised.More than 3,000 people responded to the event on Facebook.

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‘Warped’ Bluey T-shirt removed from online stores for spreading Palestinian ‘hateful agenda’
The Australian reports.The organization said on their website that all profits would go “supporting Palestine”.The BBC, who owns the global commercial rights to Bluey, said the T-shirt was a “counterfeit product”.It was taken down on Monday afternoon.A leading civil rights group fighting anti-Semitism claimed the print “exploited a much-loved Australian children’s icon” for a “warped … cause”.Chair of the Anti-Defamation Commission Dvir Abramovich said the product was “weaponising” kids to spread a “hateful agenda”.“These agents of division are corrupting our children’s hearts and minds and are exploiting a much-loved Australian children’s icon that represents kindness, fun and innocence, for their warped, ugly cause,” he said.It is not the first time Bluey has been dragged into the Israel Palestine conflict.Last week an award-winning Aussie writer penned a strong take on the most popular episode of children’s television program Bluey.In a new poem shared to Instagram, titled Bluey in the genocide, Muslim novelist Omar Sakr referred to ‘Cricket’, an episode in the show’s third season that centers around the Queensland family of cartoon dogs playing the backyard sport.A post shared by Omar Sakr (@omarsakrpoet)According to Sakr, the episode’s central theme of “sportsmanship” wasn’t the only takeaway for some viewers.“We watch the cricket episode, All laconic drawls and summer Games, a dedicated pup learning To play while his father is away,” his poem reads.“His name is Rusty, he’s a star At bat.