Syria: Jihadi Parents Kiss Daughter Goodbye, Send Her Off with a Bomb


Videos have surfaced of two sisters, ages seven and nine, receiving goodbye kisses from their Syrian parents, before they sent their 7 year old wearing a bomb into a Damascus police station. The bomb was detonated remotely and the girl was killed and three officers injured.

The videos show the parents kissing their children goodbye as the speak to them and prepare their daughters to carry explosives and commit Jihad.

According to Daily Mail, Syrian journalists said the two adults are husband and wife and parents to the two girls. One of the girls, the seven year old, was linked to the explosion on Friday, December 16th at the Damascus police station.

The video shows the mother as she hugs the girls several times. The man taking the video asked the mother why she is sending her daughters to jihad.

The mother replied, “No one is young when it comes to jihad as every Muslim is supposed to participate in jihad.”

In the second video the father asks one of the girls what she is “going to do today”?  The young girl replies that she is going to carry out a suicide bombing in Damascus. The father adds “You are not going to be afraid because you are going to the Heavens, right?” The girl replied, “Yes.”

Both girls shout “Allahu Akbar” before separate footage shows them dressed in coats and hats as they hug their mother and leave the room. Shortly thereafter, the 7-year-old walked into the Damascus police station, where the bomb belt she had on was detonated remotely.



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