Watch: Syrian Islamist parents send daughters, aged seven and nine, on suicide mission

Syrian girl suicide bombers and father
Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information & Analysis, writes:

We’ve all heard about Bana Alabed, the seven-year-old Syrian girl who tweets in perfect English and has become an obsession of the Western media. To date, she has 715 tweets under her belt and nearly 350,000 followers on Twitter.

She’s cute, sweet and a perfect propaganda tool for Western cynics seeking to portray the catastrophe that is consuming Syria as a struggle between the good guys and the bad guys.

In fact, only today Bana was received by the sultan of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, no less. Afterwards they exchanged sweet tweets.

“I was pleased to host @AlabedBana and her family at the Presidential Complex today. Turkey will always stand with the people of Syria,” said the sultan, who is a key supporter of the Islamist terrorists tearing Syria apart.

“Very happy to meet with Mr Erdogan,” replied little Bana – or was it one of her parents?

And they had sweet pictures to share, Bana, her brother and the sultan.

Bana Alabed, her brother and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Bana Alabed, her brother and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Meanwhile, in the real world in Syria friends of the sultan and his unholy allies, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Israel, were stooping to levels never before witnessed by homo sapiens.

A video has emerged showing a Syrian Islamist and his wife sending off their pre-teen daughters to carry out suicide bombings in the capital, Damascus.


In contrast to the twirling story of Bana, that of the infanticidal Islamist and his wife didn’t quite make it to the television screens, although some newspapers have reported it.

In the video, shown above, the father, Abu Nimr, interviews his wife and daughters Islam, seven, and Fatima, nine, before they are dispatched to death and murder.

“Fatima, what are you going to do?” the bearded Abu Nimr asks.

“I am going to do a suicide mission!” she replies.

“Where?” the murderous father asks.

“In Damascus,” one of the girls says, dressed in a black shroud

“Damascus? You’re young, you’re only nine-years-old. Why don’t you leave this to the men? Have the men escaped? Have they left on the green buses?” the father asks, referring to the buses used to evacuate people from eastern Aleppo.

“You want to surrender so that you’re raped and killed by the infidels?” the bearded terrorist further asks, to which Fatima, her voice shaking, says “no”.

We wish Bana the best of luck – an innocent victim of cynical abusers who are using her to appeal to the emotions of Western audiences.

But it’s too late at least for the younger of the two suicide-primed sisters, Islam, murdered while on a mission to murder commissioned by her Islamist parents for an unworthy, unsavoury cause –  imposing Sharia, or the customs and practices of 7th-Century tribes of the Arabian Peninsula, on all Syrians on pain of death.

According to multiple news reports, on 16 December, a short time after the video was posted, she walked into a Damascus police station and blew up, possibly detonated remotely by her father from a safe distance, injuring three police officers.

Goodness knows what’s happened to her sister, Fatima. But we can be sure that if she’s not dead yet, she soon will be. For that, we must thank the sultan of Turkey and his friends in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Israel, and the powers behind them – the US and its satellite states in Europe and around the world.

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