Al-Qaeda Opens Children's Camp To Teach Suicide Bombing

60 Recent Attacks In Iraq Have Been Carried Out By Children of Al-Qaeda

Michael Moore’s minutemen are getting younger and younger…

An undated screengrab from a video released by U.S. forces on February 6, 2008. Al Qaeda videos seized by U.S. forces show Iraqi children younger than 11 carrying out mock kidnappings and attacks, the U.S. military and Iraqi officials said on Wednesday. (REUTERS/Multi-National Force)

Al-Qaeda has turned to brainwashed children under the age of 16 to carry out suicide attacks against the people in Iraq.
AKI and ROP reported:

An al-Qaeda cell composed of children under the age of 16, known as “Children of Paradise”, is believed to be responsible for a growing number of attacks in Iraq.

Statistics from Sunni militias loyal to the government estimate 60 recent attacks have been carried out by these young people who have been brain-washed by al-Qaeda terrorists based in villages along the Tigris River.

According to sources from the Awakening Council or US-backed Sunni tribal militias, quoted in the Arab newspaper al-Hayat, the group of aspiring suicide bombers are extending their range and have moved into the area of Tarimiya, north of Baghdad.

They are also reportedly operating in other areas in the Sunni province of Diyala and in the eastern part of the capital.

The Iraqi army has noted a rise in attacks carried out by children or women from 2007 to 2008.

In the last year they are believed to have carried out at least 16 suicide attacks and 200 other bomb attacks.

Flopping Aces has more on the children of Al-Qaeda.

Jawa Report has video from a Al-Qaeda children’s training camp.

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