By Abe Hawken For Mailonline. Mr Justice Keehan pictured made an appeal for help to find the three children on Tuesday. Two little girls and a year-boy who vanished after social workers raised welfare concerns have been taken out of Britain by a relative despite ports being put on alert, a High Court judge was told. The judge, who is analysing the case at hearings in the Family Division of the High Court, said he was 'very seriously concerned', particularly about eight-month-old Rose. He said they had been living with their Polish mother Joanna Ilksa in Hillingdon, west London , and had recently disappeared shortly after another family court judge decided that they should go into the care of social services bosses Hillingdon Council. Lawyers on Thursday told the judge that the children from flown from Stansted Airport to Poland on Monday with their mother's mother Barbara Wyrzykowska. Barrister Ann Courtney, who represents Hillingdon Council, said: 'Despite the ports alert being served, grandmother managed to remove all three children from the jurisdiction via Stansted airport. She said Polish police had made a 'welfare check' and had not raised any concerns.
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The tenement at Wolska Street was truly large, as it comprised flats housing around people. The first days of the Warsaw Uprising were relatively peaceful. But at 10 am on 5 th of August, the building's capacious courtyard was teeming with Germans. Their unit numbering several dozen soldiers was armed with machine guns and grenades. With threats and by force they herded all the inhabitants into Wolska Street.
These were each represented by a seat on the town council. The kehillah was responsible for the synagogue and the house of study. It was responsible for the rabbi, the beadle, a secretary and an employee whose job it was to distribute administrative mail and deposit taxes. Services were held in the synagogue only on Sabbath, on holy days and on the occasion of exceptional national ceremonies. The rest of the time, we used the house of study, where services began very early. The workmen would come to pray there before beginning their long day of toil. The kehillah took particular interest in the proper running of the cheder.