Would you let your child color in an ISIS-themed coloring book

The St. Louis-based publisher of the book, Wayne Bell, argues that it contains nothing but factual pictures, and is meant to educate children about radical Islam and the atrocities committed by ISIS. 

"If people want to call it propaganda, that's their choice," he said. 

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For instance, the book contains pictures of terrorists throwing acid on a woman, a Christian being crucified and the Jordanian pilot who was burned alive earlier this year by ISIS.

Some argue that parents can use the book as a teaching tool to show older children about radical Islam if they feel it is not being taught properly in school.

On the cover, there is a warning about the graphic content and the publisher says it's not intended for small children.

Bell previously drew an outcry in 2011 with a 9/11-themed coloring book that Muslims deemed offensive.

The "Outnumbered" hosts, with former Sen. Scott Brown, weighed in on the book this afternoon.

"A coloring book is for small kids," Melissa Francis argued.

Elizabeth MacDonald said she doesn't have a problem with the book, while Harris Faulkner said images that can be easily found online are far more worrisome than this book.

MacDonald said if parents think it's too graphic, then they simply shouldn't buy it. 

What do you think?

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