Jihadi who wanted to bomb Big Ben had two council houses (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)
Muhammad Abid, the jihadi who plotted to bomb 30 landmarks across London, reportedly had two council houses. He had one for himself and the other one was for his wife, who “wanted her independence.” Abid also received benefits for being his wife Juwayriyah Noor’s carer, but he lived apart from her in his own flat that was a 20-minute drive away. Noor was suffering “stress and depression” and required full-time care, Abid told the council, reported Mail Online. An investigation has been launched to figure out how Abid was able to dupe east London’s Newham Council. Former Secretary of State for…
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