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Children as young as FIVE show off their horrifying arsenal of weapons at terror training camp

Made to kill: Children as young as five fire assault rifles at a terror training camp in north Wa...

Made to kill: Children as young as five fire assault rifles at a terror training camp in north Waziristan
Made to kill: Children as young as five fire assault rifles at a terror training camp in north Waziristan

They are barely bigger than the assault rifles they grasp clumsily in their hands.

Yet these children are being trained to become the next generation of terrorists from the age of just five.

Sitting in long lines as if on a school outing, they struggle to lift deadly AK-47s as they are made to fire off a flurry of rounds, their tiny bodies getting knocked back by the recoil.

Others grapple with pistols as they are brainwashed into waging Jihad on the West and becoming suicide bombers.

No start in life: Many of the children are orphans of al Qaeda's 'martyrs' and are now following the same deadly route as their fathers
No start in life: Many of the children are orphans of al Qaeda's 'martyrs' and are now following the same deadly route as their fathers

The terrifying footage was taken from an Al Qaeda terror camp in north Waziristan, near the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.

Many of the children are orphans of the terrorist organisation's 'martyrs' following the same deadly route as their fathers.

It was initially posted on an underground al Qaeda website and is believed to have been issued by the Turkistan Islamic Party, which trains insurgents to fight alongside the Taliban in Afghanistan.
 
 Gunning for it: The footage is believed to have been issued by the Turkistan Islamic Party, which trains insurgents to fight alongside the Taliban in Afghanistan
 Gunning for it: The footage is believed to have been issued by the Turkistan Islamic Party, which trains insurgents to fight alongside the Taliban in Afghanistan

The militant hideouts along the Afghan-Pakistan border have long been a source of tension for Kabul, Islamabad and the international coalition.

Pakistan wants NATO and Afghan forces to crack down on Pakistani militants launching attacks from hideouts on the Afghan side of the border.

Meanwhile, American military commanders have been pressuring Islamabad to launch military strikes on terrorists in North Waziristan.
 


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