Tuesday, 22 December 2015
The Arabic welcome song Canadian schoolchildren were forced to sing to incoming Syrian Muslim ‘refugees’
Walid Shoebat writes:
A video shows Canadian children singing a song which celebrates Muhammad’s arrival in Medina after he forced Christians to convert to Islam and beheaded those who refused.
Infowars The video clip was posted on YouTube one day after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne personally welcomed 163 Syrian refugees into the country. It has over 11,000 ‘thumbs up’ and more than 1.2 million views, although comments were disabled, presumably to censor criticism.
“The video titled “Welcome to Canada Syrian Refugees” shows the choir singing one of the oldest songs in the Islamic culture called “Tala‘ al-Badru ‘Alayna” which is sung to the Muslim Prophet Muhammad upon his arrival in Medina after completing the Battle of Tabouk,” reports Speisa. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted his approval of the song.
Trudeau spends an inordinate amount of time in mosques, praying with his Muslim buddies. Has he converted to Islam yet?
The quran refers to the battle by calling on Muslims to fight and kill non-believers until they “pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.”
The Jizya is a crippling tax on non-Muslims which is currently imposed on Christians in the Middle East by ISIS under threat of execution and taking their wives as sex slaves.
After Muhammad and his army arrived in Tabouk, “Jewish and Christian tribes in the area where Muhammad was converted to Islam,” while Muhammad also sent a letter to the Christian Prince of Ayla/Aliah threatening him to convert to Islam, pay the Jizya, or be killed.
In summary; the children are basically singing a song that celebrates the subjugation and “submission” of Christians to Islam after thousands of Muslims migrated and took over a large portion of territory.
Given this history, perhaps it would have been less provocative simply to have the children chant “Allahu Akbar” instead.
Posted on 12/22/2015 12:59 PM by Geoffrey Clarfield
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