A probe has been launched into 'Soldiers of God' dolls that are claimed to look like a former ISIS leader.
Some of the dolls reportedly represent former leader of the so-called Islamic State, Abu Waheeb, while others are supposed to represent women who support extremists.
The dolls are made in Cologne, Germany, and sold online.
An official report said the dolls are produced by members of the Salafist community, and has voiced concerns about radicalisation in the Salafist community.
The Salafist movement is a branch of Sunni Islam that advocates a return to the traditions of the salaf, who are the first three generations of scholars after Muhammad.