October 18, 2023

Footage shows Houston Muslim Kids Pledging to Be Martyrs for Iran

Video footage has surfaced showing hundreds of Muslim children in Houston pledging themselves as martyrs for Iran.

The video was first aired in Iran last year, resurfacing recently following Hamas terror attacks in Israel.

"In the two-minute clip that was originally posted on the Islamic Education Center of Houston’s Facebook page but subsequently removed from YouTube, the Houston-area children — donning headbands and waving flags — are seen singing a trending Iranian religious song, some parts in English, as they swear allegiance to the regime’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei," Breitbart News reported.

"According to the center’s flier advertising the event for 'boys and girls ages 4-14,' the song is described as 'an expression of one’s love for the Imam of our age,'" it added.

"Ok let's talk about what 'Iranian sleeper cells' in the US look like," Gabriel Noronha posted to X.

"This July 2022 video shows 100s of children singing an ode to Qassem Soleimani & Iran's Supreme Leader Khamenei with lyrics 'I will be your soldier, I will be your martyr.' It's not Tehran, it's Houston," he wrote.

The video is especially concerning following terror attacks in Israel that killed over 1,300 people, including 27 Americans.

The terror attacks from Hamas, located in the Gaza Strip in Israel's southwest corner, are linked to financial and material support from Iran.

Iran also supports Hezbollah, a terrorist organization in Lebanon along the northern border of Israel.

The resurfaced video shows that Iran's influence doesn't stop in the Middle East but is already impacting some people in the U.S.

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