An Egyptian-made sing-along DVD aimed at children in the local Muslim community in England reportedly glorifies homicide bombings, The Daily Mail reported.
The unnamed DVD is being investigated by British anti-terrorist police after officials learned it was on store shelves in West Yorkshire, the newspaper reported.
West Yorkshire is considered one of Britain's terrorist hotbeds.
One of the songs, with English subtitles, is about two children who lose their mother after she blows herself up in a homicide bomb attack, according to The Daily Mail.
The inspiration for the video is believed to come from a 22-year-old Palestinian mother of two, who killed four Israelis when she blew herself up Jan. 14, 2004 at a Gaza Strip checkpoint, according to the report.
In the video, an Arab woman is seen playing with her two children before making a bomb out of dynamite sticks, The Daily Mail reported.
Then the woman leaves the house with her homemade bomb hidden under her dress and blows herself up after being challenged by soldiers, the newspaper reports.
The video ends with one of her young children vowing to follow in her mother's footsteps.