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A JIHADI hate preacher connected to the terror group which masterminded the Tunisia terror attack is living off £50,000 a year in benefits in a taxpayer-funded £1million house.
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
Mr Al-Sibai, who is seen strolling around his neighbourhood, also parks his £16,995 Toyota Corolla Verso outside his posh home.
He is now understood to be under investigation for benefit fraud.
When he was asked why he claims so much cash from the taxpayer, he said: "Ask David Cameron, don't ask me."
Hani al-Sibai spreading propaganda on YouTube
The lawyer has been fighting deportation from Britain for 15 years after being accused of being a member of Egyptian terrorist group al-Jihad, which is an affiliate of al-Qaeda.
He features on a UN list of individuals connected to al-Qaeda and the Taliban and is described as one of Ansar al-Sharia's "key influencers".
A report by the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism states: "Al-Sibai's involvement in international jihadism runs long and deep."
Political leaders have called for fresh attempts to deport him.
Hani al-Sibai is on a UN list of Al-Qaeda and Taliban affiliates
Seifeddine Rezgui was trained by terror group Ansar al-Sharia, connected to al-Sibai
Keith Vaz, chairman of the home affairs select committee, said: "It is extraordinary that successive governments have been trying but failing to remove someone who has these worrying links.
"The way he has foiled attempts to remove him are a cause for enormous concern."
He is writing to Home Secretary Theresa May to demand answers to why he has been allowed to stay in Britain.
Previously Al-Sibai described the 7/7 terror attacks in London, which took place ten years ago tomorrow, as a "great victory".
The sexist preacher was famously cut-off from a live television interview with a female reporter after he told her to "shut up" and adding "It's beneath me to be interviewed by you. You are a woman".
A Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) spokesman said: "People who commit, plan and support acts of terror will be prosecuted and anyone who has been deported or sent to prison will lose their benefits.
"We have strict rules that are designed to prevent people taking inappropriate advantage of our benefit system to protect the taxpayer and the system from abuse."