A Jihadi couple kissed their two young daughters goodbye shortly before one daughter went inside a Syrian police station with a bomb strapped to her and was blown up.
A video obtained by the media shows a male fanatic talking to the two children, 7 and 9, about the process of carrying out a suicide bomb attack before a woman in a burka embraces them, the Daily Mail reports.
A little later, the 7-year-old allegedly walks into a Damascus police station in Syria and is killed in the explosion.
As music plays in the background and a black and white flag is within reach, the fanatic embraces the girls as they are being lectured.
Both girls are heard saying "Allahu Akbar" before alternative footage reveals they are dressed in warm hats and coats as their mother embraces them and they exit the room.
On Dec. 16, a 7-year-old girl walks into a police station in Damascus before dying in a bomb blast that wounded three officers.
Syrian journalists state the man and woman in the video footage are husband and wife and parents to the two girls, one of whom has been connected to the Dec. 16 explosion.
In one of the videos, the mother keeps hugging the 7-year-old, named Islam, and her older daughter, Fatima.
She is asked why she is sending her very young daughters to jihad by a man behind the camera.
The mother answers: "No one is young when it comes to jihad as every Muslim is supposed to participate in jihad."
The cameraman than prays for Allah to recognize the sacrifice she is making.
At one point, the father asks one of his daughters: "You are not going to be afraid because you are going to the Heavens, right?"
She replies, "Yes."
"A seven-year-old girl entered the police station, carrying a belt that was detonated from afar," the Al-Watan daily posted on its Facebook page, according to Metro.
The young girl seemed lost and asked to use the bathroom when the bomb was triggered, the paper revealed.
Investigators have yet to determine which jihadist group organized the attack.