The first photo is of the ice cream cone top, the second is Allah written in Arabic. A Muslim declared a jihad over this silly matter. It seems that many Muslims "see" whatever they wish to and then instantly assume that what they're "seeing" is meant to be for the worst. In this case, Burger King was stealthily offending Muslims.
This entire idiotic episode doesn't surprise me since it's not the first time a company has been accused of offending Muslims. The quintessential example is the case of Coca Cola. Basically, if we flip the Coca Cola logo and squint really hard (and assume that we're an idiot), then we'll "see" that the logo "says" No Muhammad No Makkah.
Now you might be laughing at this but it's quite a serious business problem for Coke. For example, only Pepsi is allowed to have vending machines in Saudi Arabia. I know for sure that Pepsi sells more than Coke in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. In fact, Pepsi for me was the default soft drink, and it was a surprise to find out that Coke is more popular in the West.
Anyway, it's funny that the "criminal" businesses can stop offending Muslims by ridding their products of Allah and Muhammad.
Jeff Goldstein offers his thoughts on Allah in my cream.