February 21, 2018
Exklusiv: Der Mann, dessen Geschichte bundesweit für Schlagzeilen gesorgt hat: „Syrer darf Zweitfrau nach Deutschland holen“ schreiben diverse Medien. Zum ersten Mal spricht er und seine zwei Ehefrauen. Heute Abend um 22:35 Uhr im @SPIEGELTV Magazin auf @RTLde pic.twitter.com/LfTAlRl51v
— Andrew Moussa (@AndrewMoussa_) February 18, 2018
The war is over.
But why would you want to go back to a shithole like Syria and work for a living when you can live with your two wives and six kids on welfare in Germany?
A documentary about a Syrian refugee in Germany, who happily lives on state handouts with his two wives and six kids, has angered many in the country where polygamy is against the law.
The Spiegel TV film was aired over the weekend, telling the story of 32-year-old Ahmad A. who fled the fighting in Syria’s Aleppo back in 2015 with his large family, and found a safe haven in Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany.
The man lives in a two-story house provided by the community with two wives and six children. Despite polygamy being illegal in Germany, Ahmad was allowed to bring his second wife into the country as she is the mother of four of his kids.
The authorities weren’t even flustered by the fact that the Syrian married his second wife, Lina, when she was just 13 years old, below Germany’s age of consent. His first wife, Betool, was 14 at the time of the marriage.
Ahmad also has a third wife in Syria, but he told Spiegel journalists jokingly that the house needed to be bigger for her to come as well. As for the man’s plans for the future, he’s aiming for four wives and ten children.
He’s very honest.
Lina and Betool said that they were happy to share one husband and that it was “God’s will” for things to be that way. As a devout Muslim, Ahmad himself also sees no problem with having several wives as it’s in line with Sharia law, which he follows.
The wives reside in separate rooms on the second floor and the man said he makes sure there’s no dispute between them. The family’s bedroom is located on the first floor, with Ahmad specifying that he only sleeps with one wife at a time there.
Ahmad’s family live in social housing and the state provides them with an income.
“There’s support here. They give us social benefits, they give us this house,” Ahmad said, adding that Germany was his desired destination when he left his war-torn home country.
“I thank you very, very, very much, Mama Merkel. She is the only person who has felt the suffering of the Syrians. I also thank the Germans, even if there are racists among them. But the Germans have experienced war and show great compassion for the Syrians,” he said.
Truly a touching tale.
We need to bring more of these people in, so we can have more vibrancy, and also so that Nazis can be bred out and we can have peace forever in a totally Islamic Germany free of hate.