It is an Islamic tradition. “Infidels who submit without fighting to the Islamic armies, are granted a pledge of security. They are protected from the jihad laws against infidels which command killing, slavery, ransom or deportation for the enemies. Peace and security for non-Muslims are recognised only after their submission. Protection status is provided through the Islamization of conquered lands. Vanquished non-Muslims peoples are granted security, as well as a relative self-autonomous administration and limited religious rights according to the modalities of the conquest. These rights are subject to two conditions: the payment of a poll tax (the jizya) and submission to the provisions of Islamic law.” (Bat Ye’or here.)
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At least 40 percent of all welfare recipients in German are foreigners, costing German taxpayers more than 4 billion euros every month to pay for the food, education, medicine, and shelter of 2.7 non-contributing foreigners living in the country, new official reports have revealed.
According to new figures released by Germany’s Federal Employment Agency, three out of four working-age Syrians living in Germany are supported entirely or partially by the country’s welfare system, Hartz IV, Die Welt reports.
As of June 2018, the official unemployment rate for Syrians in Germany was 44.2 percent, slightly down from last year’s figure of 49.6 percent. However, as the report points out, the figure isn’t exactly truthful because Syrian migrants who attend state-funded ‘integration courses’ or ‘vocational language courses’ are not regarded as unemployed, but instead as ‘underemployed persons.’
Those who attend these courses are also paid a certain amount by the Hartz IV system.
The report’s numbers are further skewed since Hartz IV figures do not include all of the arrived but not yet ‘accepted’ or ‘registered’ ‘asylum seekers’ who able to collect benefits.
These people can collect funds from the budget of the Asylum Seekers Benefits Act, and are not included in the Hartz IV figures.
According to figures from the European statistics office, nearly 900,000 so-called ‘asylum seekers’ in the European Union are still waiting to have their claims processed. Close to 44 percent of these ‘asylum seekers’ waiting to have their claims processed are in Germany.
Thus, close to 396,0000 ‘asylum seekers’ currently living in Germany are collecting benefits while waiting for their claims to be processed….
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