Future generations will literally curse this generation.
Time and again we see these gross examples of the worst of the worst living off the taxpayer, and in luxury.
Jihadi John family’s 20 years on benefits: How it’s cost taxpayers up to £400k to house fanatic and his relatives in upmarket areas
The family have claimed hundreds of thousands of pounds in benefits in Britain since arriving in the UK and lived in homes costing £450 a week. Pictured: The family home in Queen’s Park for the past eight years
- Mohammed Emwazi’s family granted asylum in 1996 after leaving Kuwait
- They have since lived in five homes, one of which was worth £450 per week
- Neither his father Jasem, 51, nor mother Ghaneya worked while in Britain
- Westminster City Council is still paying rent on family’s £600,000 flat
- One landlord described the family as ‘parasites’ and ‘tenants from hell’
- MPs blasted family for ‘abusing hospitality’ and say payouts are ‘disgrace’
Jihadi John and his asylum-seeking family have milked the British benefits system for 20 years, the Mail can reveal today.
Housing the Islamic State executioner and his relatives in affluent parts of London has cost taxpayers up to £400,000.
One landlord said Mohammed Emwazi’s family were ‘parasites’ and ‘tenants from hell’. Incredibly, they are still believed to be pocketing £40,000 a year in handouts despite there being no sign of them in Britain.
Mohammed Emwazi: Jihadi John (pictured left) and his asylum-seeking family have milked the British benefits system for 20 years, with Westminster City Council still paying rent on their £600,000 home
Emwazi’s father Jasem, who has six children, is back in his native Kuwait – the country he claimed he fled fearing for his life.
Westminster City Council is still paying the rent on the family’s £600,000 flat even though the rules say housing benefit should normally be stopped after 13 weeks.
MPs said they were horrified that the child of a family given refugee status, citizenship and benefits had returned the favour by orchestrating the murder of two of its citizens.