Ben Ladens former bodyguard received 1100 euros per month in Germany for shelter.

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 Ben Ladens former bodyguard received 1100 euros per month in Germany for shelter.


(Samis picture source: the mirror weekly) [World Wide Web] Ben Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda, has been shot dead, but his bodyguard has been led by Germany for more than 1100 euros per month. German Der Spiegel weekly 24 Daily said, Ben Laden former bodyguard Sami (SamiA.) entered Germany in 1997, has been leading the German national relief fund since 2008. Germany can not send it back to its country of origin Tunisia. Whats the story behind it? In the headline entitled Ben Ladens bodyguard won 1100 euro, the picture newspaper said a 42 year old Tunisian sarad, known as Sami, was said to be the bodyguard of Al Qaeda leader Ben Laden. Reported that Sami has been living in Germany since 1997, and has received over 1100 euros a month from 2008. Why did Sami be allowed to stay in Germany for a long time and not be expelled, and also led the national relief? The mirror weekly explained that Sami could not be expelled back to his hometown of Tunisia. Why? The German judiciary believes that Sami is most likely to be subjected to torture, inhuman or degrading treatment in Tunisia. In 2012, the administrative court of Gelsenkirchen, Germany, said that Sami had to stay in Germany indefinitely because he was faced with the threat of torture or degrading treatment in Tunisia. As for the monthly collection of state relief funds, it is carried out under the framework of Germanys asylum seeker welfare law. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Cheng Gang _NN7377 In the headline entitled Ben Ladens bodyguard won 1100 euro, the picture newspaper said a 42 year old Tunisian sarad, known as Sami, was said to be the bodyguard of Al Qaeda leader Ben Laden. Reported that Sami has been living in Germany since 1997, and has received over 1100 euros a month from 2008. Why was Sami allowed to stay in Germany for a long time without being expelled and led to state relief? Der Spiegel explained that Sami could not be expelled from his hometown of Tunisia. Why? The German judiciary believes that Sami is most likely to be subjected to torture, inhuman or degrading treatment in Tunisia. In 2012, the administrative court of Gelsenkirchen, Germany, said that Sami had to stay in Germany indefinitely because he was faced with the threat of torture or degrading treatment in Tunisia. As for the monthly collection of state relief funds, it is carried out under the framework of Germanys asylum seeker welfare law.