In a shock report from the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) it was uncovered the Danish government has frequetly paid out sickness and disability benefits to citizens who have joined the death cult.
PET identified several examples of Danes who have been granted early pensions because they claimed to be too sick or disabled to work, but who have only been exploiting a loophole in benefits legislation.
The information emerged as the intelligence service was ordered to investigate as a Bill, which is intended to make it easier to cut off benefits to jihadi fighters, is set to go before the Danish parliament.
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Danish jihadi fighters are exploiting a loophole in the benefits system
“Staying in a war zone and directly or indirectly taking part in military operations is not something that is in any way compatible with receiving disability benefits.”
Despite Danish taxpayers’ money being used to fund the barbaric death cult, Udbetaling Danmark, the agency responsible for paying out benefits, said the current legislation does not allow it to stop payments.
"The legislation does not give Payments Denmark the ability to stop payment of a pension simply because PET provides information that the recipient is participating in the fighting in Syria,” the organisation’s deputy director Carsten Bodal said.
“The rules allow you to stop paying, for example, if the recipient is on the run from detention, or if they violate the general rule for international travel for early retirees.”
The Danish government has paid out benefits to people who have joined the death cult
It is totally unacceptable and a disgrace. It must be stopped
Employment Minister Troels Lund Poulsen
The discovery that Danish ISIS fighters are still claiming sickness and disability benefits comes after it was uncovered in December that 36 people who fled to join the terror cult have received unemployment handouts from the state that rack up to 672,000 kroner (£76,957).
A number of politicians condemned the situation after the sly scheme was brought to light, and Mr Lund Poulsen vowed to take action.
He said: “It is totally unacceptable and a disgrace. It must be stopped.
“If you travel to Syria to participate in war, to become an ISIS fighter, then you obviously do not have any right for benefits from the government.”
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While Bent Bogsted, from the Danish People’s Party, added: “They are not available for work, and they cannot be if they are involved in the conflict in Syria, so they must be deprived of cash assistance.”
Denmark runs one of the world's most generous unemployment insurance systems, with those on the ‘dagpenge’ scheme receiving £92 a day for up to two years.
In October last year fears of an imminent lone wolf attack were sparked after it emerged migrants at reception centres are impersonating ISIS fighters and hailing execution videos.
Immigration Minister Inger Støjberg has confirmed there are serious cases of radicalism within Danish reception centres.
The leading politician did not wish to say what measures had been taken to deal with the residents in questions but said it was difficult to understand why migrants would “thank” Denmark for taking them in by flirting with the idea of committing acts of terrorism.
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