‘Unintended’ ‘Oversight’.  Pull my other leg.

The kids were well rehearsed in this “oversight”.

Muslim American Society investigating ‘oversight’ following controversial video at Philly Islamic center; event organizer ‘dismissed’

Muslim American Muslim Brotherhood Society investigating ‘oversight’ following “controversial video” | Inquirer

Humbug. They’ve been caught. They’re not investigating f*kc all. What they’re doing is damage control.

“Controversial video” is ridiculous. “Abhorrent” is the proper word.

This makes it so, so much worse. A prominent national org shrugged that it was an “unintentional mistake” that children were indoctrinated to “torture” enemies of Islam and chop off their heads — and its statement condemned “hate, bigotry, and ISLAMOPHOBIA.”

The Muslim American Society aka Muslim Brotherhood has just been caught.  This is not an “oversight” This is terrorist indoctrination & brainwashing. Referring to it as anything less is downplaying its significance.

The only remorse they have is that they were caught. Shut them down. This isn’t an isolated “mistake”, it’s exactly what MAS is all about, all the time, everywhere they exist.

Children at Muslim School in Philadelphia Sing Jihadist Songs

Not only. They are being indoctrinated with hatred of the kuffar.

The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) reported Friday that the Muslim American Society Islamic Center in Philadelphia (MAS Philly) had uploaded a video of children wearing Palestinian attire and singing jihadist songs.


On April 22, 2019, the Muslim American Society Islamic Center in Philadelphia (MAS Philly) uploaded a video of an “Ummah Day” celebration to its Facebook page in which young children wearing Palestinian scarves sang: “Glorious steeds call us and lead us [to] the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The blood of martyrs protects us… Take us, oh ships… until we reach our shores and crush the treacherous ones… Flow, oh rivers of martyrs!” A young girl read a poem praising martyrs who sacrificed their lives for Palestine, and she asked: “Will [Jerusalem] be a hotbed for cowards?” Another young girl read: “We will defend [Palestine] with our bodies… We will chop off their heads, and we will liberate the sorrowful and exalted Al-Aqsa Mosque… We will subject them to eternal torture.” MAS Philly belongs to the Muslim American Society (MAS), which has 42 chapters in the United States and one in the United Kingdom. MAS’ website says that its mission is to “move people to strive for God-consciousness, liberty and justice, and to convey Islam with utmost clarity,” and that its vision is “a virtuous and just American society.”

Here’s the BS from the Philadelphia Enquirer:

A national Muslim group says it will conduct an investigation into an event at a Philadelphia Islamic center last month during which a group of youngsters sang songs it said were not “properly vetted,” calling that “an unintended mistake and an oversight.”

Youngsters at the Muslim American Society Islamic Center in North Philadelphia are shown in video footage speaking in Arabic during a celebration of “Ummah Day,” said the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), a Middle East monitoring organization. One girl says “we will chop off their heads” to “liberate the sorrowful and exalted Al-Aqsa Mosque” in Jerusalem, according to the MEMRI.


An English translation of the Arabic is included on the video. The Inquirer has not independently verified the translation.

Ummah is an Arabic word that can mean “community” or “nation.”

“While we celebrate the coming together of different cultures and languages, not all songs were properly vetted,” the Muslim American Society, based in Washington, said in a statement issued Friday. “This was an unintended mistake and an oversight in which the center and the students are remorseful. MAS will conduct an internal investigation to ensure this does not occur again.”

The statement was also posted on the Facebook page of MAS-Philadelphia Center late Friday night.

MAS has more than 50 chapters throughout the United States, according to its website.

“As a faith-based organization dedicated to moving people to strive for God-consciousness and a just and virtuous society, we affirm our long-standing position on our shared values of humanity. We stand resolutely in our condemnation of hate, bigotry, Islamophobia, xenophobia, racism, anti-Semitism and all the illnesses of hate that plague our society,” MAS said in its statement.