Muslim Family Kisses Their Young Daughters Goodbye, Then Sends Them On an EXPLOSIVE Trip of a Lifetime!

Extremely grim news broke last week when a seven year old girl walked into a Syrian police station to ask to use their bathroom – and then was detonated remotely. Some in the news inappropriately referred to her as a “seven year old suicide bomber,” but it’s naive to think she had any idea what was going on. She’s wasn’t a suicide bomber, she was a murder victim.

Even more disturbing, the girls parents posed with her before sending her out to her death. Pamela Geller has the grizzly details:

Anyone who has been awake at any time during the past 1400 years ought to have worked out that Islam is not a “Religion of Peace”.

But is it even worthy of being called a religion. In this shining example of Islam at work a devout Mohammedan willingly sends his 7 year old daughter to her death as a suicide bomber.



Watch below:

The seven-year-old is thought to have walked into a police station (pictured) in Syria’s capital, Damascus, before being killed in an explosion believed to have been detonated remotely

Both girls then say ‘Allahu Akbar’ before separate footage shows them dressed in coats and woolly hats as they embrace their mother and leave the room.

A short time later, on December 16, a seven-year-old girl calmly walked into a Damascus police station before being killed in a bomb blast that also injured three officers.

Syrian journalists have reported the two adults as being husband and wife and parents to the two girls. They also linked one of the youngsters to the explosion on Friday.

I’m unaware what terror group this man is affiliated with, but the flag in the background looks identical to that of the Taliban. There were reports that the father is part of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, formerly known as al-Qaeda-linked Al-Nusra Front.

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