Shocking video surfaces of Philadelphia children at Muslim school singing terrorist songs

Who could ever have imagined that the “CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE” where the First Continental Congress convened on September 5th 1774, at Carpenter’s Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has apparently become an indoctrination camp for pint-sized future terrorists?

A chilling video just uncovered shows young children wearing Palestinian attire singing “Jihadist” songs, in one disturbing lyric, the children perhaps about ten years of age and younger praise the “blood of martyrs,” a reference to suicide bombing. In another passage, the children sing in harmony about “chopping off heads,” martyrdom and “defending Palestine with our bodies.”

The disturbing video came to light (since deleted), after the Middle East Research Institute (MEMRI), reported it on Friday appearing on the Facebook page of the Muslim American Society Islamic Center showing children wearing Palestinian garb and singing Jihadist songs.

Several other videos have also been uploaded on the social media sight in celebration of a Muslim holiday called “Ummah Day, translation the word “ummah” references the worldwide Muslim community.

This particular video clip was apparently uploaded to the center’s Facebook page on April 22, along with other video’s showcasing children making presentations that represented other Muslim countries.

MEMRI downloaded the troubling video and reposted it with subtitles in English translating the Jihadist songs which encourages beheadings while praising suicide bombers.

In one passage the children sing in harmony, “Glorious Steeds Call Us and Lead Us onto Paths Leading to the Al-Aqsa Mosque – The Blood of Martyrs Protects Us”

After they sing that stanza another child then narrates; “Those who accept humiliation – what is the point in their existence? Those who reject oppression are the ones who assert their existence, and they eliminate the injustice from the land of the Arabs.”

The children once again Sing, “Rebels! Rebels! Rebels! Glorious steeds call us and lead us onto paths leading to the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The blood of martyrs protects us. Paradise needs real men!”

Another child once again narrates; “The land of the Prophet Muhammad’s Night Journey is calling us. Our Palestine must return to us. Oh Saladdin, your men are among us, shame will be washed away!”

Another young girl seen in the clip chants, “Our martyrs sacrificed their lives without hesitation.”

Moments later another girl adds, “We will defend the land of divine guidance (Palestine) with our bodies, and we will sacrifice our souls without hesitation.”

Adding, “We will chop off their heads, and we will liberate the sorrowful and exalted Al-Aqsa Mosque.”

One child wears a t-shirt showing a map of Palestine on which Israel has been eliminated.

No doubt we’ve seen these types of horrific video’s of children being exploited, learning to hate and pledging their loyalties as jihadists, however those videos originate within the those terrorist camps hidden somewhere within the Middle East not on America’s “Main Street” in the heart of Philadelphia where the Liberty Bell resides, and where our nation was born.

In a statement posted on their Facrbook page on Saturday, the Muslim American Society Islamic Center attempted to explain-away the video indoctrinating children into the world of jihad stating, “Not all songs were properly vetted.” Adding: “This was an unintended mistake and an oversight in which the center and the students are remorseful.” Later, the Center also posted a statement from the Pennsylvania chapter of the Council on Islamic Relations (CAIR), in which the organization “reaffirmed its condemnation of any and all manifestations of anti-Semitism.”

Perhaps someone from Homeland Security should pay a visit to the center and inquire what exactly was the “oversight” referenced? Putting out an anti-American indoctrination video publicly recruiting children to perhaps be the terrorists of tomorrow or being exposed as being a terrorist organization masquerading itself as a civil rights group?

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