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Nearing the end of the second week of Ramadan, toy and hobby store Toys Kingdom has introduced the Salam Sisters, a collection of Muslim dolls to inspire children, especially girls, to have the courage to pursue their dreams.
Salam Sisters, comprising five different characters, will be available at 43 Toys Kingdom outlets across Indonesia. (Toys Kingdom/File)