REPORT: Time magazine pummeled for ‘guide’ meant to help parents explain Soleimani killing to kids

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Time magazine was slammed on Tuesday over a bizarre article meant to help parents explain the significance of the killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.

“If you need help talking with the children in your life about the aftermath of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani’s killing, @timeforkids has a guide to explaining the topic,” Time tweeted.

The article goes on to state the following:

In the introduction to the “guide,” Time for Kids executive editor Jaime Joyce acknowledged that children who are watching the news “are likely to have lots of questions” about last week’s airstrike ordered by President Trump and that it’s a “difficult topic to explain to kids.”

The “guide” published by TIME reportedly listed nothing about the hundreds of American soldiers and thousands of civilians Soleimani is responsible for killing, but simply stated, “Who was [Qassem] Soleimani? [Qassem] Soleimani was a top military leader in Iran, a country in the Middle East.”

“President Donald Trump has called Soleimani a terrorist,” the guide stated.

Several Twitter users pushed back on the TIME publication, instead offering much simpler explanations for kids.

One Twitter user made it simple, writing:

There once was a man from Iran
He thought he was king of the plan
He drove down the old road
He and his friends did explode
So now he’s no longer the man

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