Ahmed Tschatajew Islamic State Terrorist with asylum status: How he lived in Vienna

An original translation by Egri Nok:

From this German language news site

Kronen Zeitung, Austria

07/01/2016, 11:13

Mastermind of the Istanbul Jihad Attack Lived on the Dole in Vienna

Islamic State Terrorist with asylum status: How he lived in Vienna

The one-armed and one-legged IS terrorist Ahmed Tschatajew is considered one of the possible masterminds of the carnage at Istanbul airport. For eight years, the Chechen held asylum status and lived in a Viennese municipal housing — and was therefore entitled to social assistance, and from September 2010 on to guaranteed minimum income in the amount of €837.76 per month. Those eight years could have cost taxpayers more than €80,000.

No one in the Interior Ministry yet wants to officially confirm the terror connection to Austria: “We are in contact with the Turkish authorities; participation by the suspect Ahmed Tschatajew cannot be ruled out.” But unofficially, from investigators’ circles, there is already more to be known about the Chechen-born IS warlord: “It is quite conceivable that Tschatajew had something to do with the attack in Istanbul. However, it should be kept in mind that there could be political interests in Russia to name a Chechen as a mastermind behind the attack.” As reported, 41 people died in the terrorist drama in Turkey.

Tschatajew deemed “major player in IS”

Well informed sources in the Interior Ministry confirm to the Krone that it is certain that the one-armed and one-legged Chechen is currently not a rose breeder or geriatric nurse in Syria, “This man is a big shot in the Islamic State. It is quite possible that the Chechen is the mastermind of the terrorist attack — as in most of these cases, you never, or only months later receive confirmation. He is in any case a radical Islamist suspected of terrorism, and he therefore lost the right to asylum in Austria.”

No official denial: social assistance for the terrorists

For eight years — from 2003 to 2011 — Ahmed Tschatajew lived undisturbed in public housing in Vienna Mariahilf. And without a job, the Chechen with asylum status was entitled to receive social assistance, which was paid from 1 September 2010 as a minimum security.

A monthly support payment of  €837.76 would make €80,424.96 in eight years. However, there is no minimum security file under the name Ahmed Tschatajew at the City of Vienna, city hall insiders say. A Krone informant: “Ahmed Tschatajew could have used a false identity — he even had a false German name, because due to a Chechen feud he was under police protection temporarily.”

Ex-wife: “He had someone else in Syria”

On Friday morning, at a visit to the council flat of the terrorist, the Krone met the ex-wife of the IS leader; the woman with her five children still lives in Vienna. She said: “The divorce is through now, he had someone else in Syria.” The former wife had no idea about his work for the IS, “The last time Ahmed was in Vienna was three years ago.”

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4 Replies to “Ahmed Tschatajew Islamic State Terrorist with asylum status: How he lived in Vienna”

  1. “On Friday morning, at a visit to the council flat of the terrorist, the Krone met the ex-wife of the IS leader; the woman with her five children still lives in Vienna. She said: “The divorce is through now, he had someone else in Syria”

    Muslims pumping out the babies and leaving them raised by single mothers on Welfare. No different from Socialists except that rather than girls be raised as princesses, it is the boys.
    Islam, the femimen. On an outrage at a gay bar with mirrors.

  2. For those who oppose the idea that Russia was involved in the Istanbul bombing, remember

    1) Until the fall of the Soviet Union post WWII terror activity has been funded and in most cases directed by the KGB.

    2) Putin was a KGB agent and some people think his rise in political power is thanks to his fellow KGB alumni.

    • And also I do not think it would be too too difficult to motivate the attackers by Putin’s assets within that terror cell as Erdogan had signed a peace deal with Israel to restore and normalize relations not 6 hours earlier.

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