Majid Alhydar

The Internationale of Al-Qa‘ida

From Bali to Tizi Ouzou
From Kandahar to New York
From Madrid to Hai-il'amil 1
The anthem is rising:
'kill, kill, kill
kill, kill, kill'
Take care of no details
'kill, kill, kill'
Time shall make you
More dexterous, more skilled
At your age I was
When I sow them
'kill, Kill, kill'
With a grand saw
Beheading a base infant
From a sect of unbelievers.
I got enthusiastic
And praised Allah three times!
Firmly hold the feet
'kill, kill, kill'
I shall hold the hands.
Let us sway him a little
Before we through him down
From the towering balcony
'kill, kill, kill'
For whole two weeks
Ants shall eat
From the scattered brain matter
Of the brainless old man!
Don't be confused my son;
Beheading is not so hard to learn
'kill, kill, kill
Your dreams shall calm down
And soon you will get used
To the warm redness
And the lovely rhythm:
'kill, kill, kill'

1- Hai-il'amil 'The district of the worker', a large poor district in Baghdad bombed by several terrorist attacks.

Submitted: Monday, September 13, 2010
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