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23.06.2024

Letter to my father

Painful letter from a daughter of a man that was caught into "Hachavura Hakdosha" cult, caused a stir on the network • "My father is homeless. He has an apartment yet sleeps on the street. He has a car but flounders his legs - He is a prisoner to someone who controls him"

 Letter to my father
אמיר לוי פלאש 90

I'm tired of hiding!" R begins her touching post and writes about her father. "My father is homeless and a scrounger. He has an apartment, yet sleeps on the street. He has a car but flounders his legs. He has children and grandchildren, but they are not his. He collects money at weddings and street corners, Shuls and cemeteries."

Two months ago, "B'hadrei Haredim" revealed an abuse story in the South, in which police arrested Ashdod "Rabbinical figure", so called. A man in his 50s suspected of abuse, extortion, and other crimes.

According to testimonies, the suspect controlled a group of people in what seems to be a cult while interfering into their private lives. After 15 days of detention, the suspect was released under limiting conditions.

"He has no thoughts, he has no desires, no home or life. He's destroyed" R wrote "he is controlled and used" R emphasizes, "I love him and worried about him from afar. I can not help because he is psychologically trapped.

I wish I could give him a hot meal. I wish I could have him and give him a clean bed. I wish I could hug him and tell him what darkness he is in. I ask everyone to share this post. To give him a hot meal when he asks for money for that is the only thing that really goes to him," she ends her post ".

Attorney Zion Amir, who represents the suspect said: "I'm not going to have a discussion over the media. I am not conducting an analysis of investigative materials to any newspaper.

Attorney Rebecca Schwartz who accompanies the complainants as part of "Min Hameitzar", says today that four months have passed since the complaint concerning financial crimes and forced labor. complainants may have escaped conditions of slavery were, but leaving behind many captive souls . "The suspect was arrested, an investigation has been launched, the complainant's evidence is strong, but yet suspect is free".

Schwartz continues: "The case was transferred to Prosecutor's Office to review the indictment. It can not be that in Israel in 2016, a complaint about acts so severe lenders conclusive evidence, but the suspect walks free. what message does it give other victims and potential victims? It teaches to remain in conditions of physical and psychological violence because authorities allow attackers to continue their actions. I hope that the prosecution will soon submit indictments and thus put an end to this tragic story. "
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