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    AW: Guatemala - ultraorthodoxe Juden aus Dorf vertrieben

    Da muss man sich auch fragen, warum die Juden ausgerechnet in ein Dorf ziehen das dazu auch noch in Guatemala liegt. Orthodoxe Juden sind schwierige Leute, das sagen selbst nicht orthodoxe Juden.
    Alle Texte, die keine Quellenangaben haben, stammen von mir.

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    Die Juden hatten sich vor rund sechs Jahren auf der Suche nach Religionsfreiheit in der Gemeinde niedergelassen. Zuvor hatten sie im Streit mit den Behörden Kanada verlassen. Lev Tahor-Mitglieder, die eine strenge Form des Judentums praktizieren, beklagten sich in der Vergangenheit vermehrt darüber, dass sie Drohungen erhalten haben. Unter anderem wollten ihnen die Ureinwohner die Wasser-und Stromzufuhr sperren.
    http://latina-press.com/news/184492-...fgemeinschaft/

    Sie suchen die Religionsfreiheit, akzeptieren aber nicht die Kultur der indigenen Mayas bei denen sie sich niedergelassen hatten.


    Den Juden, die vor allem aus Russland, den USA und Israel stammen, ...
    http://www.juedische-allgemeine.de/a.../view/id/20114


    Warum verließen sie ihre Herkunftländer, insbesondere Israel?

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    Report: Lev Tahor Cult Uses Violence, Extortion, Manipulation To Terrorize Members

    Part One of an in-depth Hebrew series of reports on Rabbi Shlomo Helbrans and his haredi Lev Tahor cult exposes violence, extortion and manipulation by Helbrans used to keep his cult members under his control.



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    http://failedmessiah.typepad.com/fai...mbers-123.html

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    AW: Guatemala - ultraorthodoxe Juden aus Dorf vertrieben

    Sie gehören den Lev Tahor an, einer Gruppe die in den 1980er Jahren gegründet wurde. Sie hatten in Canada Asyl beantragt, da sie sich durch ihre antiisraelische Agitation politisch verfolgt fühlten.

    Wegen sexuellem Mißbrauch etc entzogen die kanadischen Behörden ihnen 127 Kinder. 3 Erwachsenen und 6 Kindern gelang die Flucht nach Guatemala.

    History

    The group was formed in the 1980s by Shlomo Helbrans, an Israeli citizen.[1] Helbrans moved to the United States in the early 1990s and settled in Williamsburg, an ultra-orthodox enclave of Brooklyn.

    While living in Brooklyn, Helbrans was convicted and served time in prison for kidnapping a boy. The boy had been sent to study with him in preparation for his Bar Mitzva but he persuaded the boy to reject his family and become intensely religious.[3] Helbrans was released after serving two years, reportedly due to pressure from the local Haisidic community. He then ran a yeshiva in Monsey, New York[4] and was eventually deported back to Israel. Soon afterwards he moved to Canada, which allowed him political asylum based on a refugee claim he had made, under Canada's Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, that he would be persecuted or killed by Israeli authorities for his anti-Zionist teachings and his teachings about the legitimacy of the State of Israel.[5][6]

    The group settled in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec, but in November 2013, the members of the group without children (Quebec child-protection authorities had been seeking to place the children in the care of Jewish-Quebecer foster-care families) left Quebec for Chatham-Kent, in southwestern Ontario.[7] Quebec authorities have been taking steps to prevent the 127 children from leaving Canada.[8]

    On March 5, 2014, after the Ontario Superior Court of Justice effectuated a ruling of the Superior Court of Quebec as to the disposition of their children under Quebec child-protection law, nine members of the group, including six children, left for Trinidad and Tobago in an attempt to flee to Guatemala. They were returned to Canada days later.[9] The six children were taken into foster care, four of them were later returned to the group, while the hearing for the other two children is scheduled for May 27, 2014.[10]

    A majority of members of the group subsequently reconstituted in a tourist town on Lake Atitlán in Guatemala. The group had refused to send their children to local schools and participate in the community, according to a local resident. A group of elders of the indigenous population issued an edict stating that the group was not welcome to stay, citing a need to protect the local culture, which is protected under the Constitution of Guatemala. A spokesman for the indigenous council said: “We act in self-defence and to respect our rights as indigenous people”.[2]


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    In 2011, the Lev Tahor group came into conflict with the local school board with respect to the education of their children. The school board took issue with the fact that the children of the group had not been registered in the local schools, and the children were not educated in accordance with the curriculum required by Quebec law. The group unsuccessfully attempted to work with the school board to resolve their concerns. in April 2013, the leaders of the Lev Tahor community developed a contingency plan in the event that the authorities would initiate action and seek to apprehend the children.[11]

    August 6, 2013 is the day the community calls "the raid". On that day, twenty one child services workers began knocking on doors. According to Denis Baraby, director of youth protection services in the area, they discovered some houses that were dirty, had 4-5 children sleeping in one bedroom, some mattresses soaked in urine, and children with fungus on their feet. They began weekly visits.[18][19]

    Quebec police issued search warrants in relation to allegations that members of Lev Tahor sect inflicted psychological and physical abuse on teenage girls. The abuses allegedly involved girls as young as 13 who were imprisoned in basements and girls aged 14–15 were married to old men in the group. One woman said she was struck with a belt and a coat hanger and a pregnant 17-year-old girl said she was beaten by her brother, sexually abused by her father and married by force to a 30-year-old man when she was 15.[15]

    Wednesday, November 27, 2013, a Quebec court ruled that fourteen children of the group must be placed in foster homes.[20] Arrangements were made for the children to be placed in Yiddish-speaking foster homes.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lev_Tahor
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    AW: Guatemala - ultraorthodoxe Juden aus Dorf vertrieben

    Geändert von burgfee (03.09.2014 um 07:45 Uhr)

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    The Lev Tahor said it hoped to settle elsewhere in Guatemala.

    Many of the Jewish group members had been living in the village for six years
    but some had arrived earlier this year from Canada after a row with the
    authorities.
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-28992743

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