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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Charlie Hebdo jihad mentor’s wife lives on welfare in UK

Jihad Watch
January 9, 2015
She moved to the UK from France in search of a more “Islamic environment.” And what better place to find that than shattered, staggering, dhimmi Britain, where she lives comfortably on the taxpayer dole, aka jizya, even though her husband was actually banned from entering the country?
Absurd Britannia Update: “Charlie Hebdo terror mentor’s wife on benefits in Leicester,” by Bill Gardner, the Telegraph, January 9, 2015 (thanks to John):
The wife of an al-Qaeda linchpin who mentored the Charlie Hebdo murderers is living on benefits in Britain after deciding France was too strict.
Sylvie Beghal, a French citizen, lives rent-free in a four-bedroom house in Leicester having arrived with her children in search of a more “Islamic environment”. She is married to Djamel Beghal, a former London-based lieutenant of Abu Hamza, whose teachings may have inspired the Paris attacks.
At least two of the gunmen were Beghal’s acolytes, it has emerged.
His wife said that prison guards had thrown him into solitary confinement in retaliation for his links to the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
Yesterday The Telegraph disclosed that Chérif Kouachi, 32, was recruited by Beghal 10 years ago while both were serving sentences for terrorism offences.
They were photographed by French surveillance officers playing football in April 2010 in Cantal, southern France, where Beghal was under house arrest. He has subsequently been returned to jail.
It is thought that Amedy Coulibaly and his girlfriend, Hayat Boumeddiene, suspected of murdering a policewoman and the Jewish grocery store hostage-taking, were also mentored by Beghal.
Beghal, 50, was excluded from the UK on grounds of national security in 2009, shortly before his release, raising further questions as to his family’s presence.
Posing as a businessman importing clothing from Germany, Beghal had travelled the world unchallenged. The authorities decided his movements had been connected to terrorism.
He was alleged to have helped recruit Richard Reid, the shoebomber, and possibly Zacarias Moussaoui, the suspected 20th 9/11 hijacker, to al-Qaeda.
When detained, Beghal was returning to Paris from Afghanistan after meeting Abu Zubaydah, a senior al-Qaeda figure who allocated missions to terrorist cells.
He admitted plotting to destroy the US embassy in Paris in a suicide attack and having visited British mosques in the late 1990s, recruiting young men for jihad.
Yet speaking to a magazine in 2011, Mrs Beghal claimed her husband was innocent. She said the family moved to Iran after his Dubai arrest, before being forcibly repatriated to France in 2002.
Two years later, after her husband was jailed, she returned to Leicester….