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UK: Migrants have ‘nice iPhones and smart clothes. They are all men. You do not see any women or children.’



They’re upset about the quality of the accommodations and food, also. Non-Muslims paying for the upkeep of Muslims is a Qur’anic dictate:

“Fight against those do not believe in Allah or the last day, and do not forbid what Allah and his messenger have forbidden, and do not follow the religion of truth, even if they are among the people of the book, until they pay the jizya with willing submission and feel themselves subdued” (Qur’an 9:29).

The caliph Umar said the jizya payments from the dhimmis were the source of the Muslims’ livelihood:

“Narrated Juwairiya bin Qudama at-Tamimi: We said to `Umar bin Al-Khattab, ‘O Chief of the believers! Advise us.’ He said, ‘I advise you to fulfill Allah’s Convention (made with the Dhimmis) as it is the convention of your Prophet and the source of the livelihood of your dependents (i.e. the taxes from the Dhimmis.)’” (Bukhari 4.53.388)

UK jihad preacher Anjem Choudary said in February 2013:

“We are on Jihad Seekers Allowance, We take the Jizya (protection money paid to Muslims by non-Muslims) which is ours anyway. The normal situation is to take money from the Kafir (non-Muslim), isn’t it? So this is normal situation. They give us the money. You work, give us the money. Allah Akbar, we take the money. Hopefully there is no one from the DSS (Department of Social Security) listening. Ah, but you see people will say you are not working. But the normal situation is for you to take money from the Kuffar (non-Muslim) So we take Jihad Seeker’s Allowance.”

“EXCLUSIVE – Asylum seekers say they are bored, the food is bad and it is ‘like living in jail’ in three and four-star hotels where taxpayers are footing their bill – as number of hotels filled with migrants nears 400 across Britain,” by Andrew Young, James Fielding and Tracey Kandohla, Daily Mail, March 25, 2023:

The number of hotels being used to house asylum seekers in the UK is about to reach 400 as migrants continue to cross the Channel in small boats, MailOnline can reveal.

The milestone figure for Home Office contractors taking over hotels is likely to be reached imminently as efforts to convert redundant military bases into alternative accommodation centres.

Currently 395 hotels in the UK are understood to be being used to accommodate more than 51,000 people at a reported cost of £6.8million a day – but the number is constantly increasing as the Government battles to start moving some asylum seekers to Rwanda while their applications to stay in the UK are processed.

The use of hotels continues to create controversy with residents of cities, towns and villages upset about local beds being turned over to refugees instead of paying guests.

And asylum seekers themselves are also frequently unhappy about languishing in sometimes isolated hotels, and unable to work due to strict rules, a MailOnline investigation has found.

Typical were asylum seekers staying at the three-star Grosvenor Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, who told of their unhappiness about their living arrangements.

A family of four Sri Lankans (declined to be fully named) who are squashed into one small room – mum and dad, who is trying to work to support his family, and their six-year-old daughter and son, aged two-and-a-half.

Iraqi mother Neshteman Tahir, 37, said: ‘It’s awful here and there are too many problems. We don’t want to be living all together in a hotel, we want a house so we can be independent.’

Speaking in the grounds of the hotel which had a multi-million-pound refurbishment before closing to paying guests five months ago, she moaned: ‘No one likes living here.

‘We all hate it and we are shut in our rooms all day with nothing to do. The hotel is very, very bad. We want a proper home.’

Her eight-year-old son told how he went to a local school for five hours a day but had been unable to make friends.

He added: ‘I want a big house with a swing and trampoline in the garden and want to make friends. It is really boring here! Me and my mum need our own home.’

We also found refugees kicking their heels this week in the four star Great Hallingbury Manor Hotel near Takeley, Essex, with little to do apart from walking half a mile to buy snacks and drinks at a nearby Esso garage.

Scores of young men from Africa and other countries including Afghanistan have lived since last October at the Tudor-style hotel which describes its 43 rooms and suites on its website as being ‘progressively stylish, immensely comfortable and pristinely maintained’.

The arrival of the migrants has dismayed some residents of the new Mead Field Drive housing development, overlooking fields next door to the hotel.

One resident Kamila Kardzis said: ‘It seems wrong that they are getting a free roof over their head in a nice hotel.

‘You see them walking around with nice iPhones and smart clothes. They are all men. You do not see any women or children.’

Ms Kardzis who is Polish and has lived in the UK for 17 years, added: ‘I came here as a migrant as well – but I am working and pay taxes. I don’t claim benefits.

‘It would be better if they were allowed to work. Instead they have nothing to do all day and just sit around. It is not a good life for them.’

Ms Kardzis said she believed her security camera had captured footage of one of the migrants creeping around her back garden and looking through a window while she was decorating her home before moving in.

Refugee mum and her daughter (both unnamed) who moans: ‘We’re bored here, the rooms are too small and the food is very bad.’

She added: ‘I saw another guy wandering around outside our house just before 1am about a month ago. I asked him what he was doing and he didn’t reply. I just told him to get back to the hotel.’

Refrigeration engineer Ayden Yilmaz, 29, said he was angry about migrants being accommodated in the hotel while council officials had refused to house him after he split with his girlfriend who lives on Mead Field Drive.

The father-of-three said: ‘I have been sofa surfing, sleeping in my car and splashing out on the occasional night in a Travelodge. When I went to the council to try and get some help, they told me to rent privately, which I simply cannot afford.

‘I mentioned the migrants in the hotel when I spoke to the council, but it didn’t do me any good. It is just annoying that they come here and get a nice hotel room, while I was born here, work hard, pay tax and National Insurance and get nothing….


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