GERMANY: Syrian Muslim so-called ‘refugee’ with four wives and 23 children raking in $391,000 per year in welfare benefits for his harem and large litter

one-muslim-family-mooching-off-uThis Muslim serial freeloader known only as Ghazia A, fled  last year along with his sickeningly large immediate family. He has since resettled in Germany with his four wives and 23 of his children. One of his daughters has since moved to Saudi Arabia where she has married.

(While none of the photos here are of the family in question, they show the typical size of Muslim families that are being supported by hard-working European taxpayers)

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UK Express (h/t Rob E)   The family is estimated to be receiving more than $391,000 a year in benefits according to a financial manager on the Employers’ Association website. There is no official confirmation on this figure.

Under Islamic tradition, the 49-year-old can have up to four wives – as long as he can support them financially (and he knew he’d be in for a lifetime windfall of free benefits for his wives and as many future freeloaders-in-training they can push out).

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Germany does not legally recognize polygamy, meaning that Ghazia A was forced to choose a “main wife” so the rest of the family could claim benefits. The other three wives are categorized as “friends” of the Syrian Muslim freeloader for life.

But a local official in the town of Montabaur described the situation as an “exemption” (only available to Muslim parasites)

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Ghazia A now lives with his “main” wife Twasif and their five children in Montabaur, in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate – while the other three wives and children have been moved into neighbouring communities up to 31 miles away (where they also get free benefits for life).

The man used to work in a garage and car hire service in his homeland but has not worked since resettling in Germany. (Why should he when he can get what he needs without lifting a finger…except to cash the welfare checks)

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Mr Ghazia expressed an interest in working again but noted his commitments to his family made this difficult. He said: “In our religion it is my duty to visit every family and to be with them.” (“I’m much too busy to actually look for a job”)

One of Ghazia’s neighbours, Sergei Jaufmann, said: “The children play football in the street. The mother I often see, when it comes back from shopping (loaded with stuff other people have paid for in advance).”

Social media users vented their frustrations, with one claiming “the Syrian with 4 women and 23 children is now being sold to us as a new normality.”

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