Muslim American Society says Philadelphia video of children not vetted

Muslim American Society says Philadelphia video of children not vetted

The Muslim American Society’s Philadelphia chapter has said a video showing children speaking about sacrifice and chopping off heads wasn’t vetted before being posted on its Facebook page. Calling the video ’disturbing’ and condemning the words used in it, Executive Director Ayman Hammous said the contents ’does not represent our understanding of Islam’.

Voice of Reason
Voice of Reason 1 year

Now that is interesting, they can denounce it all they like, someone in their organization thought this was appropriate and in line with their organization's ideals. That demonstrates that there are Islamist extremists in their organization at a minimum. At the very least they need to be investigated for promoting extremism.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 1 year

Vetted == censored. They are saying that the public was not supposed to see this video.

WWG1WGA 1 year

This is why you must send the barbaric animals back to their countries. They are not compatible with the civilized people of the west

paddy 1 year

what's far more disturbing is the fact these are american children in Philadelphia.

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

Such a beautiful, diverse, enriching and peaceful culture!

Jake Middleton
Jake Middleton 1 year

They sing of it? I could link a few videos here of children actually performing beheadings in the name of allah, or perhaps adults beheading children in the name of allah? It’s all the same to these goatf**kers.

Wino-wisdom 1 year

Not vetted... No really the point though here chaps. Vetted or not, there is still FOOTAGE of it happening, meaning it IS actually happening. Its like the dudes in Africa using child soldiers for choping hands off of detractors, saying "these arent our hand cutter off soldiers guys, theyre not vetted".... Theyre still committing the actions on behalf of your team

Robert Leather
Robert Leather 1 year

I find the use of the word "vetted" to be interesting, because they state that as well as being "not their beliefs" they also state it's not the belief of the wider Muslim world. But if that were true,.why would they need a vetting process? If this is an example of what they missed in the vetting process, what did they catch?

CharlieMike 1 year

If you are from Philly, bombard your reps with emails and calls until they listen. There is a reason conservatives are being silenced. We are too agreeable and quiet. The feral left is unhinged and will go as far as threatening physical violence, but they are heard. We get annoyed, go to work, post in our echo chamber and are left unheard. Where are we getting being the silent majority?

TheeSabin 1 year

Yeah, letting everyone seen the video is the problem. *This comment is a reaction to the title.

Rational ific
Rational ific 1 year

It was all a mistake. They were supposed to just do that behind our backs like other Muslims instead of posting it publicly.

Timmeh, Little Loud
Timmeh, Little Loud 1 year

Have I missed something here? Is there a mention of Facebook banning the user that uploaded the video. Just asking, what with Facebook being zealous in their oppression and de-platforming of other users that do not adhere to their so called community guidelines. If the video was advocating killing Muslims the account would be banned immediately. Strange stance considering Facebook is owned by such a powerful Jewish gentleman. As with all the mainstream media, maybe it's just that the (intended) victims are the wrong type.

mike 1 year

Aawwwwwwww... so cute when their radicalized at a young age... Paraphrase of Executive Director Hammous' response to the video... "We didn't know it was even on facebook." "This is not what we teach our children..." "We are not related, in any way, to the Muslim Brotherhood or any other group that calls for violence." "We have nothing but love for our Jewish brothers and sisters" "We fired the guy responsible for all this." ". And anyway... these kids came from a group that just rents space from us, we're not affiliated." "We are evaluating the leadership in this group because they are not providing the right guidance" The Lady doth protest too much, methinks...

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious 1 year

oh ok, it's the We Didn't Know defense...aka dindunuffin

Judi Em
Judi Em 1 year

Aww, it wasn't vetted?! Thank you, GOD! We have been given the opportunity to see the truth. It was pretty obvious anyway, but seeing poor little kids being brainwashed to die really puts it in perspective.

Macius 1 year

Same thing is happening in UK. In public school overrun by muslims, teachers teach kids that white woman is a garbage not worth the respect and should be treated like the animals all infidels are. And everybody act surprised when idiot born and raised in the west is radicalised. Its not "evil minority" that doing this shit, its a "average" muslims that are the danger ones

GreenMachine 1 year


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Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 1 year

Islam is incompatible with the Christian civilised world. Muslims who wish to live in the Christian civilised world should renounce Islam. Christians who enable Islam and Muslims in the Christian civilised world because of their ideals of religious freedom do not know or understand the core beliefs of Islam. They are being deceived by the religion of deceit.

LCmcpherson 1 year

Bullshit, this is common place in the Middle East

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