- Firas al-Rawi's bookshop was listed as sole UK distributor of chilling DVD
- Video showed girl vowing to follow in suicide bomber mother's footsteps
- Al-Rawi was chairman of Leeds Grand Mosque before leaving for Kuwait
- He was arrested after child bought DVD in Bradford but was never charged
The former chairman of the biggest mosque in Leeds owned a company linked to a DVD that glorified suicide bombings targeting Israelis.
The singalong video showed a young girl vowing to follow the same path in life as her mother, shown blowing herself up at an army checkpoint.
A bookshop owned by Firas al-Rawi, the ex-chairman of Leeds Grand Mosque, was identified as the 'sole UK distributor' on the DVD's cover.
Chilling: The DVD - linked to the former chairman of Leeds Grand Mosque - shows a young girl vowing to follow in the footsteps of her suicide bomber mother
Explosive: The mother then makes a bomb out of sticks of dynamite in the bedroom as her young daughter watches
The woman leaves home with dynamite tucked into her dress and blows herself up after being challenged by soldiers
The Syrian, who has since moved to Kuwait from Britain, is understood to have been arrested on suspicion of stirring up racial hatred after the video emerged in late 2007, The Times reported.
Al-Rawi, 40, ran Abrar bookshop in Leeds in 2007 and was the sole owner of import company Abrar International.
The Arabic DVD, which has English subtitles, was purchased by a child at a mosque in Bradford in 2007. Their grandfather passed it on to his local MP, Tory Philip Davies.
A copy was then given to the police's North East Counter Terrorism Unit, leading to al-Rawi's arrest.
He was bailed two months later and the Crown Prosecution Service took the decision not to charge him because there was insufficient evidence of wrongdoing.
In the DVD an Arab woman is seen playing with her two children. She then makes a bomb out of sticks of dynamite in the bedroom as her young daughter enters.
The woman leaves home with dynamite tucked into her dress and blows herself up after being challenged by soldiers, leaving her children and husband to learn of her death on TV.
To the sounds of haunting music there are graveyard scenes, along with pictures of the dead bomber looking serene and dressed in white.
Her daughter finds a stick of dynamite in her mother's wardrobe. The girl, aged about five or six, turns to the camera with the subtitles: 'My love will not be by words. I will follow my mother's steps.'
The second song, entitled Tear, has a catchy chorus of children chanting a song set to images of women and children crying and flames from explosions.
Over scenes of men fighting and throwing grenades, a young Arab girl sings: 'Daddy return to us, We want you beside us, Fear occupied our hearts, And there is no one with us, Oh Allah! You are our Saviour...'
Local Muslims also raised fears that Leeds Grand Mosque has been 'hijacked by the Muslim Brotherhood against the will of the congregation'.
They told The Times that 'extremists' from Iraq, Syria and Egypt had sidelined moderate Muslims at the mosque.
Hamas - closely linked to the Muslim Brotherhood in Palestine - has launched numerous suicide bomb attacks in Israel.
Leeds Grand Mosque said it was not dominated by extremists and was run 'legitimately and according to best practice'.
MailOnline has tried to contact the mosque for further comment.
Al-Rawi could not be contacted for comment.