Armed officers order neighbours to evacuate homes
long as I can remember. I’ve heard that in the last few months they’ve been fostering refugee children.”
Mojgan Jamali said: “I was in my house with my children and there was a knock at the door from the police.
“They told me to leave. They said, ‘You have one minute to get out of the house and get away.’ I just got out, I got my three children and we left the house and the street. We didn’t know what was going on.”
Ron and Penny, who have six children of their own, were last night believed to be staying with one of them.
Penny, a school governor, jokes that their £340,000 property in the suburban street is a “mad house”. She has previously told how at least eight foster children have been refugees.
In an interview to promote foster caring in Surrey, the couple said: “We’ve had a real mix of children from Iraq, Eritrea, Syria, Albania and Afghanistan.
“One boy… his mum was imprisoned because of her beliefs. He left in October 2014… he walked until he got on to a boat, managed to get in a lorry travelling through Calais. He was 15.”
Meanwhile it was revealed that terror cells are sending encrypted messages urging lone-wolf jihadists to carry out attacks using armed drones. Isis fanatics used the secretive messaging site Telegram to urge terrorists to mount atrocities in the UK. They even warned an attack in London was imminent.
That came 36 hours before the Parsons Green bucket bomb.
A drawing of Parliament’s Big Ben tower with sniper’s crosshairs was distributed with the words: “London, this is just the beginning.”
The UK has not pressed for war crimes charges against any of the 400 British Islamic State fighters who have returned from Syria and Iraq.
But just 11 days ago the Council of Europe’s legal affairs committee confirmed that membership of Islamic State is enough for prosecution at the Hague’s International Criminal Court.
Labour shadow minister Liam Byrne said: “We know British citizens were soldiers and commanders in Daesh’s army of evil.
“Yet not a single soldier captured on their return to Britain has been charged with either war crimes or genocide.”
Brexit Minister David Davis will tomorrow offer EU chief negotiatior Michel Barnier a new security treaty to catch terrorists and international criminals after Britain leaves.