Alqudsi, welfare fraudster and jihadist
“If you are well enough to fight in a war I don’t think you should be classified as disabled.” Indeed. But this kind of thing is common enough. We recently saw that a jihad-martyrdom suicide bomber lived off Swedish student aid. And as British jihadist Anjem Choudary said: “The normal situation is to take money from the kuffar. You work, give us the money, Allahu akbar.”
“Peter Costello wants cuts in services to reduce Australia’s debt,” by John Rolfe for News Limited Network, December 7 (thanks to Kenneth):
TO Peter Costello, the front-page story of Wednesday’s edition of The Daily Telegraph – WELFARE WARFARE – spoke volumes about what’s wrong with the Federal Budget.
The story said Sydney disability pensioner Hamdi Alqudsi allegedly organised for young Muslim Australians to go to Syria to fight alongside terror group Al-Qaeda and that he had planned to go there too.
“If you are well enough to fight in a war I don’t think you should be classified as disabled,” Costello tells News Corp Australia….