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Urban Outfitters criticised for selling yellow star T-shirt

    The American fashion company Urban Outfitters has been criticised by for selling a yellow T-shirt emblazoned with a logo in the shape of a star of David. Critics have argued that the design evokes the Holocaust-era labels the Jews were forced to wear by the Nazis.

    The menswear top, which features a blue star motif on the front pocket, is described as the Wood Wood Kellogg Tee and is on sale in the US for $100.

    The Anti-Defamation League labelled the design "extremely distasteful and offensive" in a letter to the Urban Outfitters chief executive.

    "We are outraged that your company would make this product available to your customers," said Barry Morrison, regional director of the ADL.

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