Watch Children Sing Jihadist Songs in Philly

From Daniel Greenfield at Jihad Watch:

We think of Jihadist indoctrination of schoolchildren as an evil that takes place in Iran, Gaza or Yemen. We’ve seen the scenes of young children praising violence and committing to war against non-Muslims from the Middle East.

But these videos uploaded by the Investigative Project on Terrorism aren’t coming out of Gaza, but out of Philadelphia.

Young Muslim boys, dressed in traditional Palestinian garb, passionately lip-sync:

“The blood of the martyrs is calling us. Paradise, men desire it.

Revolutionaries, Revolutionaries …

Sword and Text, oh free men.”

During the song, several children hold up a copy of the Quran.

“Until we liberate our lands, until reach our anchorages, and we crush the traitor.

… Oh, the winds of Paradise. Oh rivers of the martyrs, lads

My Islam calls whoever responds. Stand up, O righteous ones

The setting, as IPT reveals is, the Muslim American Society (MAS)’s Philadelphia chapter “Ummah Day”.

A poster emphasizes, “One Ummah”.

The theme here is patriotism, but not American patriotism. Instead it is the Islamic patriotism of an interdependent order in which Muslims fight each other’s Jihadist battles around the world, that has driven so many Muslims to enlist in ISIS.

The Jihad is inside America.