Ilhan Omar Supports The Group That Put On A Child Jihad Skit

WATCH: Dr. Qanta Ahmed believes Rep. Omar is a disgrace to Islam

Just in case you weren’t already freaked out by the rapid rise of radical Islam in the United States, here’s a video of some children from Philadelphia singing a little tune about Islam.

You think that’s something that children should be singing anywhere, let alone in America?

It gets worse.

The group these kids belong to is a group supported by a current member of Congress.

From The Federalist:

MAS has 42 chapters across the United States. A 1997 FBI file obtained by Judicial Watch identifies MAS as the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States controlled by Hamas sympathizers “known to conduct firearms and other military type training.” A Justice Department filing (p. 58, fn. 13) in a terrorism-related case states that “MAS was founded as the overt arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in America.” A September 2004 Chicago Tribune investigative report revealed that MAS had been founded by Muslim Brotherhood leaders, adopted the group’s strict code for secrecy, and promoted Islamic supremacy.

The article interviewed one former MAS member who explained the group’s vision for Islamic rule in America: “It would convert Americans to Islam and elect like-minded Muslims to political office.” Even more shocking is that freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar (D–MN), of other recent controversies, has openly supported MAS.

In fact, Omar’s support for MAS goes back years. Her deep ties to the group were on display when she had the MAS-Minnesota chapter Oresident Asad Zaman stand with her as she was ceremonially sworn into the Minnesota House of Representatives in January 2017 with her hand on an enormous Quran. MAS held a reception in honor of her inauguration.

Yet another example of Ilhan Omar being on the wrong side of an issue.

Obviously, her constituents won’t care. They knew she was a radical when they voted for her. However, hopefully reasonable people across the country will be able to agree that this kind of thing should be frowned upon and not embraced.