In the Name of Child Rights.

A recent post from the Lev Tahor website:

"In the name of child rights:

The family that came to Trinidad was arrested and Trinidad investigated the story. Trinidad was looking for an excuse to bring the family back to Canada, the immigration took the passports of the family and told them afterwards that the passports are at the airline company. When they came to demand passports from the airline company, they were told that the passports are at the immigration and back again.

Trinidad and Tobago called to Guatemala that agreed to accept the family if they are not criminals, Trinidad and Tobago also called Panama that agreed that the family will move away in a connection flight. The law in Trinidad, expressly allows a person who came from abroad to immigrate to every place in the world, if he is not a criminal.

Having no other choice, and acting against the law, came the Canadian police plane with the Canadian police. When in the history Canada sent a plane that trend to end a procedure without a trial? Even murderers have trial in the place where they remain until their extradition, even the Americans that entered the territory of Pakistan to kill bin Laden were protested vigorously by the Pakistan government. Since when honest people are led bound, all the way to the plane, to break the spirit, as they are arch criminals?!

Do you Remember the Boyer affair, about the two girls who were forcibly returned from Canada to Israel without any real reason? Here, too, the Israeli consul in Trinidad attended the trial of course contributing what he could to operate the crime.

The police broke into the hotel, specifically, with anti-Semitism, on Saturday afternoon and dragged brutaly and violently the family members, that were not even dressed (See the pictures of Avrohom Dinkel when he went out from the airplane), from their beds , and reminded everyone by the beating that they handed out indiscriminately their concern over the rights of the poor children. Next time do not be surprised if you hear about parents or children killed, they are willing to kill them to preserve the children rights.

They were beating the father, Ezer Hayon, savage beating along the way. The picture shows a policeman hitting him rudely when he lays on the ground without a skullcap and his prayer shawl is torn. The operation was done on Saturday (!) just to degrade the Judaism and break their hearts and spirits to pieces, parents with children.

The second terrifying picture is of 16-year-old Jehudith Nehama Solimany that was also beaten walloping along the way and dragged like that by the police to the car, all to protect her child rights. By the way, she is the daughter of the family of the drunken junkie Oded Twik that wants to get custody of his sisters' children. Jehudit Nechama called to the community and said that if the children will not be taken to their parents the children will open a hunger strike that will not end until they will be returned to their family. Do not be surprised if these children, which are victims of the Child Protection, particularly Judith Nehama, will have irreversible damage to death, all in the name of children's rights.

Not only Jehudith Nehama Solimany was beaten, it was the fortune of all the children (and the adults) that were beaten hard by the police, as they were not beaten before even once in their lives. All in the name of their child rights.

We go back to Auschwitz (picture of Berlin 1939). If Canada wants the community, then it should leave her alone, however, if it does not want the community, then it should allow her to go. Why Canada makes Chatham to a concentration camp to the community, and why officials from the immigration are planning to come to the community and to look for any parent that is not legal if not to take away the children from their parents???

Here is a more inside look on the affair and on what might be in the future." SOURCE

The Windsor Star | Mar 09, 2014 - 5:22 PM EDT

TORONTO – A 17-year-old woman and her five-month-old daughter, both members of the Lev Tahor Jewish sect in Chatham were apprehended at the Calgary International Airport on Sunday afternoon, say police. Const. Laura Bailly said Calgary airport unit officers assisted Chatham-Kent Children Family Services with the apprehension around 3:30 p.m.

“The female and her daughter are both members of the extreme religious sect and both are subjects of an apprehension order issued by the Ontario justice,” Bailly told the Calgary Herald.

The woman and her daughter are now in the care of Chatham-Kent Family Services and Bailly said they will be flown back to Toronto shortly.

Lev Tahor is a ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect that relocated last year to Ontario from Quebec, where a court had ordered 14 of the fringe group’s children be placed in foster care. Last week, an Ontario judge issued a similar emergency order to get 14 Lev Tahor children in protective care.

Police say nine Lev Tahor members who left the country amid child custody proceedings only to be stopped in Trinidad and Tobago have now been returned to Canada.

Peel Police Sgt. Dave Housdon says the Lev Tahor members landed at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport Saturday at 10:30 p.m. and the six children were placed in the care of the Children’s Aid Society.

Housdon said the three adults were being processed by the Canada Border Services Agency.

A spokeswoman for the agency said CBSA “continues to work closely with local law enforcement agencies on this case,” but wouldn’t say whether the three had been released.

At least two Lev Tahor families left Canada for Guatemala last week, but some of them were stopped in Trinidad.

They filed an appeal against the decision denying them entry but it was rejected because it was made outside the allowable time frame, Trinidad and Tobago Attorney General Anand Ramlogan said Sunday.

He said that decision came after he advised immigration officials on the statutory time limits for appeals.

Early last week, an Ontario judge issued an emergency order that 14 Lev Tahor children be placed in the care of children’s aid but police said Thursday that most of the children had left the country.

About 200 members of the sect — 114 of them children — settled in Chatham, Ont., last year after suddenly uprooting from Ste-Agathe-des-Monts, Que.

Child-welfare authorities in Quebec spent a year investigating issues related to hygiene, health, and allegations that the children weren’t learning according to the provincial curriculum.

Late last year, a Quebec court ordered that 14 Lev Tahor children be placed in foster care.

The group has denied all allegations of mistreatment.