Anger is growing among Germans. They are outraged by the recent exposure of the consequences of Muslim mass immigration.
Because as it turns out they have to pay a fortune in social assistance to a Syrian man with four wives and 22 children who now live in Germany.
The case is very similar to one in Denmark, where a Syrian man with 3 wives and 20 kids gets DKK 214,000 in child benefits, which caused outrage in Denmark and proposals for changing the law.
Ghazia A. (49) was a self-employed cars salesman in Syria, where he provided for himself and his large family.
But in 2015 he traveled to Germany via Turkey, and that was the end of self- sustaining.
In Germany he does not lift a finger. He lives on social welfare paid by German taxpayers. And he does so with his four wives and 22 children. He also has an adult daughter who is married in Saudi Arabia.
A German economist has calculated how much the family is milking the German Treasury for. He reached a figure that it is about 360,000 euro a year.
That figure has led many Germans to see red at the fact that they are the ones who must pay the large sum. Money to healthy adults who do not work and even undermines German values with polygamy.
In Muslim countries a man is usually allowed to have up to four wives.
Ghazia A. is one of the many Muslim men who have used this right in Syria.
In Germany, however, polygamy is prohibited.
But mass immigration means that there is a growing number of Muslims in Europe who practice polygamy.
The German authorities have since actually come to terms with it. Also that there are now underaged girls in the country, who are married.
Ghazia A. admittedly was asked to make one of the four wives his official wife, and he chose Twasif with five children as his official wife.
The three other women now live three other places, with the other 17 children.
But in reality, his polygamy remains largely unchanged - now only in Germany, in 4 places, and on the German taxpayers' expense.
Authorities have designating the three other wives, as his 'partners'. They also live near by. And they are all paid by the public.
Ghazia A. is talking openly about them as his four wives and about his marital obligations to them.
"According to my religion, I have an obligation to distribute my time equally between everyone and not prioritize one of them over the others," he told the German newspaper Bild.
"I spend all my time to take care of my family," he says, and hurries to add: But I want to work.
But that it is not likely to happen. Only a few of the many Syrians and migrants who have come to Europe are working and providing for themselves, reports show:
READ: Germany: Of 1 million migrants 54 got high-skill jobs
READ: 162,000 refugees came to Sweden - 494 got jobs
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