One of two suspects in Tube bombing named. Both are refugees

The 21-year old man arrested Saturday night in Hounslow as s suspect in Friday’s Parson’s Green Tube train terror attack was named as Yahyah Farroukh, a Syrian refugee who worked as a nightclub promoter. The 18-year old detained at Dover port is believed to be an Iraqi orphan who put the bomb on the train. Both are thought to have spent time in the care of Mr and Mrs Jones, aged 88 and 71, of Sundbury, Surrey,  who were decorated by the Queen for looking after hundreds of refugees. Their home was subject to an armed raid Saturday and is still being secured by anti-terrorism investigators.
 

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  • Sep 21, 2017 @ 5:34 at 5:34
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    Personally, I am surprised that the British are taking so much terrorist action. It is hard to tell how they even play a role against ISIS. Unless by disinformation to make the Syrians look bad. Military involvement is sketchy. So, when Teresa May on both occasions of the concert devastation by poor deranged individuals and this event in the tube amongst others expresses excessive preponderance towards the bombers making the victims unwitting bystanders. I really wonder where her advisers are coming from. They are always tough after the fact but hemorrhage at the thought of acting pro-actively before the attack. Perhaps, the authorities are told to be soft so as not to be accused of provocation. Except that they forget that ISIS,ISIL, or Kerry’s favorite term Daesh does not care, they are under orders to attack regardless.

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