Famous Disney comic artist Floyd Gottfriedson left Mickey Mouse's Richard Reid-like brother out of the adventure strips he illustrated with such dynamism and flair throughout the 40's and 50's. Farfour, as he called himself, was the radical Muslim extremist character that the Disney Studios tried to forget. But here we are, years later, and Farfour has surfaced in Palestine on the Al-Aqsa-TV every Friday, teaching children about the glories of fighting against Israeli and US occupation.
"We will return the Islamic community to its former greatness, and liberate Jerusalem, God willing, liberate Iraq, God willing, and liberate all the countries of the Muslims invaded by the murderers." Said Farfour, getting the kind of laughs usually reserved for kids in western countries watching Nickelodeon or The Cartoon Network.
This show was run by Hamas, and was pulled when this story went big. Thanks to YouTube, we've got lots of precious moments from the show to view. As of this writing Disney has refused comment on the similarities.
And just in case you think I'm making this up: