Living on £50k benefits: Hate-preacher 'mentor' to Tunisia beach killer in £1MILLION home
Hani al-Sibai, who has been connected to the massacre in Tunisia, is living on benefits in Britain
Hani al-Sibai, whose connections to Islamic terrorist groups are described by counter-terrorism experts as running "long and deep", even said it was "David Cameron's fault" he was able to live in a luxury four bedroom, three bedroom house.
The hardline Islamist fled a 15-year Egyptian jail sentence using human rights laws to allow him to not only stay in Britain, but take advantage of the welfare system.
He lives with his wife and five children in his leafy West London home in Ravenscourt Park, just a stone's throw from plush Fulham.
They rake in almost double the benefits cap of £26,000 using their disabilities to claim extra living allowances which reach about £48,000 a year.