A last kiss for mama: Jihadi parents bid young daughters goodbye… before one walks into a Damascus police station and is blown up by remote detonator
- WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
- Footage shows a fanatic lecturing the two children, seven and nine, in Damascus
- They are dressed in coats and hats before being embraced by burka-clad woman
- Seven-year-old then thought to have been killed in explosion at a police station
- The blast in Damascus, the Syrian capital, wounded three police officers
By Julian Robinson for MailOnline
Published: 09:28, 21 December 2016
This is the moment jihadi parents kissed their daughters goodbye shortly before one of them walked into a Syrian police station and was blown up by a remote detonator.
Footage shows a male fanatic lecturing the two children, seven and nine, about how to carry out suicide bomb attacks before they are embraced by a woman in a burka.
A short time later, the seven-year-old is thought to have walked into a police station in Syria’s capital, Damascus, before being killed in an explosion.
With music in the background and sitting in front of a black and white flag, the ranting extremist holds the girls in his arms as he brainwashes them.