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Americans are rightfully horrified and terrified after video surfaced on Facebook showing Muslim children in Philadelphia singing songs and reading poetry about killing people in the name of Allah.
The Muslim American Society’s Philadelphia chapter released a statement calling the jihad songs an “unintended mistake” and said they were investigating the incident.
“Not all songs were properly vetted,” the MAS said. “This was an unintended mistake and an oversight in which the center and the students are remorseful.”
That’s all well and good, but why isn’t the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force investigating the Muslim American Society’s Philadelphia Chapter? And why did Facebook allow the Muslim group to post the video on their social media platform?
“The FBI’s terrorist task force should be looking at this organization which is promoting radical Islamic violence,” former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik wrote on Twitter. “Where are their parents?”
The Muslim American Society Islamic Center posted video of the performance on its Facebook page to celebrate “Ummah Day,” Fox News first reported.
“We will defend the land of divine guidance with our bodies, and we will sacrifice our souls without hesitation,” one of the children says. “We will chop off their heads, and we will liberate the sorrowful and exalted Al-Aqsa Mosque. We will lead the army of Allah fulfilling His promise, and we will subject them to eternal torture.”
The children also sang along to another tune, Jihad Watch reports:
“The blood of the martyrs is calling us. Paradise, men desire it. Revolutionaries, Revolutionaries … Sword and Text, oh free men.”
This is happening on American soil, folks. Horrifying.
“The land of the Prophet Muhammad’s Night Journey is calling us,” the children sang. “Our Palestine must return to us.”
The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), a watchdog group, alerted Fox News to the video.
“These are not isolated incidents; they are happening in major centers of the country – including in Pennsylvania,” they wrote in a statement to Fox News.
The MAS said they stand “resolutely in our condemnation of hate, bigotry, Islamophobia, xenophobia, racism, antisemitism and all the illnesses of hate that plague our society.”
The MAS made no reference to rejecting hate against Christians.