The Syrian refugee accused of plotting a terror attack in Europe spent a year in one of Germany’s largest refugee camps claiming generous handouts of up to £333 a month – under the noses of police.
Set behind thick, iron bars in a quiet, leafy suburb of Chemnitz, Germany, the Refugee Centre houses over 500 people until they are granted official asylum status.
It was here that Syrian Jaber Albakr, arrested on suspicion of planning to blow up a Berlin airport, spent a year living alongside genuine immigrants and claiming monthly benefits of €370.
Residents in Chemnitz, where thousands of refugees are housed, have spoken of their fears about terrorism, with one asking: ‘How many more are there?’
Home: Accommodating over 500 people at any one time, refugees fleeing war-torn Syria and other counties are held at the refugee centre in Chemnitz until they are granted official…