Below is the third installment about the various enrichment activities of Iraqi “refugees” in Denmark. Our Danish correspondent TB has the story:
Iraqis in Denmark, Part 3
The first part of this installment is about a prize-winning Iraqi immigrant swindler named Samia Aziz Mohammad.
The second article concerns another Iraqi enrichment project that came to an end today: four young Iraqi Enrichers were expelled from Denmark and will never be allowed to return. The prize for having them here? A gang-rape of a 14-year-old girl.
First the swindler who got a prize that she should have never had:
From the August 6 edition of Ekstra Bladet:
Venstre hailed social swindler
In November 2005 Danish-Iraqi Samia Aziz Mohammad was hailed for her work in the Iraqi parliament at Venstre’s annual conference.
Today Ekstra Bladet can reveal that 62-year-old refugee Samia Aziz Mohammad, who was granted Danish citizenship, has been committing tax evasion and social fraud in Denmark while receiving a huge salary in Iraq.
According to international sources, as a member of the Iraqi parliament in Baghdad she earns around 46,000 Danish kroner tax-free each month plus a whole range of fringe benefits and a lifetime pension. In addition to that she is granted 900,000 kroner a year for bodyguards.
But Samia Aziz, who is registered as living in Næstved, hides her high income from the Danish authorities. Therefore she was unjustly granted an early retirement pension while never declaring her Iraqi income.
The chairman of Region Syddanmark Carl Holst (Venstre), who was the prime mover behind the choice of Samia Aziz Mohammad as the winner of the freedom prize, recognizes that she should have never received the prize.
“She got the prize for having the courage to go back to Iraq and help rebuild the country. But it is clear that if I had had the information back then that you give me now she would never have gotten the prize. That is 100% certain.
“It is deeply shameful and very audacious,” he says to Ekstra Bladet.
Samia Aziz Mohammad acknowledges to Ekstra Bladet that she receives an early retirement pension in Denmark. But she denies that she gets as much as a penny from the Iraqi parliament.
“All my money from the parliament I use for bodyguards. Besides that the parliament pays my representation, my car and my apartment in Baghdad,” she says to Ekstra Bladet.
Næstved municipality will investigate the case, chief of citizen services Carsten Egevang Nielsen says.
“We do not comment on specific cases in the press. But we will investigate the information that Ekstra Bladet has come forward with. If the information is correct we will ask the police to take over,” he says.
Turmoil when rapists were expelled
Hugh turmoil in the court in Viborg today when four Iraqi men were deported and never allowed to return for gang-raping a 14-year-old Danish girl.
Family and friends of the four men ran amok in Vestre Landsret (the court) when all four men were expelled from Denmark for good.
The four men are all Iraqis who live near Odense.
In February they were found guilty of group rape of a 14-year-old Danish girl on Vorbasse Marked on July 18 2008. During the very serious episode they also raped the girl orally and anally.
The four men are going to be deported after 2 years and 9 months in prison:
Abdullah Maayuf Al-Badri, 20 years old,
Hussein Maayuf Al-Badri (Abdullah’s brother) also 20 years old,
Fahad Maziad Masaad, 18 years old,
Abdulaziz Khazar Jebir, 17 years old.
Next time I will report on the Iraqi general whose son tried to intimidate the news crew from TV2 and Ekstra Bladet.