The religious channel 'Tuyur al-Jannah' ('Birds of Heaven')- based in Jordan- produces a variety of music videos primarily aimed at Palestinian children. This particular music video- 'The Day of Eid'- is egregious for the variation in costumes for the child performers and its militancy (I found the alternation between soldier and ballerina outfits particularly amusing). The chief singer is Jena Meqdad, and the writer of the lyrics is Khalid Meqdad (presumably her father; he is also the chief director of 'Tuyur al-Jannah').
Here is my translation of the lyrics:
'Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar! La illah ha ill Allah!
Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar! Wa Allah al-Hamd! (x 2)
Today is Eid and we celebrate,
And Takbirs we chant.
We chant: "Allahu Akbar,
Inshallah, al-Aqsa will be free."
It will be free from the Jews.
It will return to the companions of Righteousness.
It will return to all Muslims,
And they will protect it for the Day of Judgment.
The Day of Judgment: the Lord of Existence
Makes us noble with the best soul.
The best soul we love,
With the beloved Ta-ha.
The Ta-ha of my Messenger and my Beloved.
Words of musk and scent.
Revive, o land of Islam!
Live with faith and peace!
Peace with honor, glory,
Nobility, and victory.
The victory of mankind
With justice and freedom.
We ask the Lord of Creation
Every year for you to be free.'
Ta-Ha: A sura of the Qur'an. It begins by relating at length the story of Moses. The theme towards the end emphasizes patience in the face of adversity from the disbelieving transgressor. It is also an Arabic name.