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Guatemala Zionist Israeli Influenced Attorney General Attacks Mayan Legal and Religious Freedoms In Favor Of 'JEWISH TALIBAN'

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Who Is Lev Tahor, the 'Jewish Taliban'?

Haaretz-Sep 4, 2014
The group then decided to flee Canada and settle in the village ofSan Juan La Laguna, Guatemala, but even there, its unusual ways were .

Procesan a exalcalde en Guatemala por discriminar a una comunidad judía

Guatemala Zionist Israeli Influenced Attorney General Attacks Mayan Legal and Religious Freedoms In Favor Of 'JEWISH TALIBAN'

Un juzgado de Guatemala resolvió este jueves procesar al excalde de San Juan La Laguna, en Sololá, Antonio Adolfo Pérez y Pérez acusado de discriminar a una comunidad religiosa judía.
Con base en la investigación de la Fiscalía de Derechos Humanos del Ministerio Público (MP), el exedil fue procesado por los delitos de abuso de autoridad y discriminación con agravación de la pena, informó la institución en un comunicado.
Los hechos señalan que Pérez, en 2014, "participó en la expulsión del lugar de la comunidad religiosa judía que vivía en el municipio de San Juan La Laguna".
Por este motivo, el titular del Juzgado de Primera Instancia Penal, Narcoactividad y Delitos contra el Ambiente de Santiago Atitlán, en Sololá, lo procesó y le otorgó medidas sustitutivas, que consisten en firmar el libro de actas y permanecer bajo arresto domiciliario.
Pérez perdió su inmunidad el pasado 14 de enero al no resultar reelecto para el cargo en las pasadas elecciones generales, celebradas el 6 de septiembre.
Según los últimos datos disponibles, en Guatemala el 47 por ciento de la población profesa la religión católica, 40 por ciento son protestantes, 2 por ciento practica otras religiones y el 11 por ciento se declara ateo o agnóstico.


Who Is Lev Tahor, the 'Jewish Taliban'?
This tiny sect has attracted disproportionate attention because of its extreme ways and allegations of child abuse. Here are the facts.

Elon Gilad Sep 04, 2014 5:45 PM
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The history of the kaffiyeh: From proto-hat to symbol of pride
Last week Lev Tahor, a small ultra-Orthodox sect that has become a reluctant globe-trotter, found itself challenged in its most recent refuge – Guatemala. While it ponders its next move, this is a good time to look at some truths, and misinformation, about extreme Jewish sect.
First and foremost, it bears saying that any comparison between this movement, which the yellow press dubbed "The Jewish Taliban," and the fundamentalist Islamic movement in Afghanistan, is categorically unfair. Lev Tahor is a pious, arguably overly pious, group of Jews. The Taliban has been associated with extreme violence and destruction in pursuit of imposing its views on the people under their control.
In fact, the only reason the Israeli press dubbed the group the “Jewish Taliban” is that the women of Lev Tahor clad themselves in black robes from head to toe, which is how the Taliban prescribe women should appear, if appear they must.

The women of Lev Tahor wear black from head to toe, much like the Taliban prescribe for women in communities under their control. Photo by: Nir Keidar
Lev Tahor, presently consisting of some 250 members, gets its name - literally “Pure Heart” - from the Biblical passage: ״Create in me a clean heart, O God, And renew a steadfast spirit within me״ (Psalms 51:10). That well describes the philosophy of Lev Tahor leader Shlomo Helbrans, who says the group aspires to attain the utmost purity by shedding the corrupting influences that, he says, pollute mainstream ultra-Orthodox groups, let alone other forms of Judaism.
This zeal to keep an extremely pious lifestyle takes on many forms. Lev Tahor adherents practice extreme kashrut regulations, making their own food from scratch to the best of their ability. They do not consume chicken or chicken eggs, which they (like some other extreme ultra-orthodox sects, such as Neturei Karta) consider non-kosher because of genetic manipulation – in other words, the birds are not as the Lord made them. Indeed, arguably chickens have undergone profound change through selective breeding, for instance to increase their thorax muscles because of the human fondness for chicken breast.
They will however eat geese, whose genomes they believe remain much as originally created.

Chickens aren't natural any more, say the members of Lev Tahor. Photo by: Anonymous
Regarding meat, they only consume animals slaughtered under Helbrans' personal supervision. They do not eat the skins of vegetables - even tomatoes – lest they harbor microscopic agents of foulness, such as fungal spores. They eschew rice for fear that tiny insects are concealed in it and for the same reason they only eat lettuce on Passover – when they have no choice but to partake, because it is one of the holiday's mitzvot. But for that occasion, to maintain the required purity, the lettuce undergoes washing in a process that lasts hours.
Their praying sessions are longer and louder than those in other Jewish denominations. They carefully and slowly articulate each word of prayer with great concentration and often shout the verses.
As said above, their modesty in female dress is extreme even by ultra-Orthodox standards. For men, dress is nearly identical to that of other ultra-Orthodox Jews, especially to those of Satmar Hasidic sect.

Lev Tahor members leaving the Guatemalan village of San Juan La Laguna. Photo by: Reuters
As for religious doctrine, Helbrans picks and chooses from different streams of Jewish sects, accepting certain traditions from the Hasidim, the Misnagdim, and Mizrahim, from which he arbitrates the most appropriate practices. The core of his doctrine is that of the extremely pious Satmar Hasidic sect, taken to the extreme.
Apocalyptic prophesies
The group’s leader, Helbrans was born in 1962 as Erez Shlomo Elbarnes. He was raised by secular parents in Jerusalem, but "found religion" during his teens and left to study at yeshiva.
After moving between different ultra-Orthodox schools, he found himself in the Satmar sect. He also adopted the anti-Zionist Satmar ideology, which is why he changed his name to Shlomo Helbrans, shedding the Zionist name Erez and taking a more diaspora spelling of his last name.
In the late 1980s, Helbrans began to attract a following in Jerusalem, mostly among secular Jews converted to the ultra-Orthodox lifestyle. By the decade's end he was preaching the destruction of the evil State of Israel, based on biblical prophesies.
Spurred by these predictions, in 1990 he moved with a few dozen yeshiva students to Williamsburg, New York, where he founded a small yeshiva. Israeli media at the time reported that he left Israel because of an investigation into his alleged contacts with agents of extremist Islamic organizations hostile to Israel.
But his stay in Williamsburg was cut short. In 1994, he was convicted of kidnapping a boy sent to study for his bar mitzvah with him. Helbrans had convinced the boy to become ultra-Orthodox and sever ties with his family.
He was paroled after two years and moved with his followers to Monsey, New York, where he again ran a yeshiva. However, the local ultra-Orthodox were extremely hostile towards him, and fresh allegations started to appear in the local and Jewish press.
In 2000, the United States deported Helbrans back to Israel, but he didn’t stay. Together with his followers he moved to Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec, in 2000.
Helbrans sought and in 2003 received refugee status from the Canadian government, claiming he was being persecuted by Israel for his anti-Zionist views.
But once again allegations of child abuse surfaced, and in 2013 after the scrutiny of the Quebec child protection services, most of his followers left the province and settled in Chatham-Kent, Ontario.
Their stay there was to be short. A number of the sect’s children were placed in foster care. The group then decided to flee Canada and settle in the village of San Juan La Laguna, Guatemala, but even there, its unusual ways were contested. Just last week a council of local natives demanded that the group leave, or face being cut off from the electrical grid. A member of the group told Reuters last week that they will be seeking another Guatemalan village in which to settle.
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Guatemala Jews run by racist and arrogant.

A group of 230 Orthodox Jews began to leave Thursday a Mayan village west of Guatemala, where they were expelled by the clash of cultures and religions with local Indians.

Neighbors say that the Jews do not correspond to greeting the locals,
They throw the products in the markets if they do not like the price
And sometimes they have not respected the custom of veiling the dead of the locals.

According to the settlers, the Jewish community acts in a "high - handed" and bathe naked on the public beach regardless of whether there are children or women.
In addition, locals say they scare away tourists, citing an altercation that took with a group of Mexican visitors.

Dressed in suits and black hats, Jews boarded buses to leave the town of San Juan La Laguna, seated on the shores of idyllic Lake Atitlan, about 200 km west of Guatemala City, the capital.

"No to racism, no to anti - Semitism, not intolerance. They want peace , " they wrote in a paper stuck on the side of one of the buses.
My note: (to where they are and no matter what you do, always go to the victims).

The retirement community was surprising, as both sides held a meeting yesterday to try to resolve the conflict in the Office of Human Rights in central Guatemala City, but did not reach any agreement.

At the meeting, the group of Jews had asked for eight months to leave the town, but his request was not accepted.

"We are people of peace and to avoid an incident and started to leave the village. We hope that we can all leave town the same day (Thursday) , " he told AFP by telephone Misael Santos, representing the group of Jews.

"We have a right to be there, but we threatened to lynch us if we did not stop with the people , " he said.

The leader avoided specifying where will move "for security reasons ".
Santos said they are victims of discrimination because of their religion and dress.

- "We want to invade" -
The Jewish community settled six years ago on the shore of Lake Atitlan with about 230 people, half minors. Most are citizens of the United States, Israel, Britain and Russia, and about 40 are Guatemalans.

Since October last year, the people of the town began to bother with the presence of the Jews, arguing that discriminate and violate Mayan customs.

The Council of Indigenous Elders felt that Jews "want to impose their religion" and attacking the Catholic creed, predominant in the village, because they do not believe in Jesus Christ or the Virgin Mary.

"We act in self - defense and we respect our rights as indigenous peoples. In addition the Constitution protects us because we need to conserve and preserve our culture , " said AFP spokesman Miguel Vasquez Council of Elders.

"That's foreignness, we want to invade a culture and that it will not allow the people" Maya Tz'tujil he added.

"Never in the history of San Juan La Laguna had he seen this phenomenon , " he said.

Proof of that.
In many cultures and at different times the Jews have been run.
The Jew is a Jew above all, does not respect nationalities or customs.

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Author elcaliman 29 / Aug, 2014 20:51  Governor
Amitambienmevale . According to a very reliable source informed me that .. .... cartoons known as Smurf .... there is something sinister or evil behind them.
first .. the evil Gargamel is the picture of a Jew .. Characteristically, narizon., black hair azabachao, and likes gold above all, so his eagerness to kill "innocent pitufines" throw them in a big pot and turn them into gold.
his clothes, patched and worn showing a desaseo. as is miser! (Sorry owe accents, this laptita not weathers well wave)
segundamente .. blue color of those devilishly innocent creatures .. remember some jistory ... Aryans sought the perfect race .. .. blue eyes
thirdly .. you have to capture the subliminal message .. very innocent creatures Smurfs .. (aja) the bad ... the gargamel .. (you have to break his maye unhappy)
cuartamente .. as said @ blablablabla while not the old man who tells me stories die ... haha-jah-jah-Jah- Cool
Stitches are those that !! ??

Jewish customs

 Author evaldez 29 / Aug, 2014 21:33  Senator
Mevale "It seems to me that the council of elders have bad that the Jews" want to impose their religion. " To my knowledge, to be considered a Jew you must be born of a Jewish mother, we have never seen Jews are keen to recruit other religions and I understand why.
Question. Is it possible to expel Jews from Guatemala Guatemalan? Note talk that are at least 40. 

Author paty14 29 / Aug, 2014 21:33  local MP
Mevale "
Apparently, about 75 elders of the Guatemalan community gathered to analyze the situation and make a decision about Jewish families who were given asylum in the town, although it seems strange, this group of elders who make up this council decidedto exit this religious group to maintain peace and social harmony of the community, Jews are considered racist, discriminatory, anti - Semitic, xenophobic and terrorists, causing disaffection among neighbors.
According to the inhabitants of this Guatemalan area these people tried to change the thinking and culture of the people, who are Catholic faithful believer.
Poor people, almost nowhere are accepted.

Duckling Jews their origin, ran from Canada and do not want in Israel and now Guatemala

Author juanh1021 29 / Aug, 2014 21:35  union leader
Mevale "40 are Guatemaltecos? Then they are not Jews. Isael Santos? Name not Jewish. They are a cult that "Jews" call themselves, they are not, are a commune of "Jewish wannabe", the cult style of Jim Jones and his group of Guyana, who were poisoned.
'Jewish Taliban' sect leaving Canada for Guatemala The Lev Tahor ulra-Orthodox Jewish sect has-been forced to leave Canada after child protection Officials Were Alleged children subject to physical abuse, underage marriage and neglect.

Lev Tahor - Shay Fogelman
Female members of the 'Lev Tahor', or 'Pure Heart' community. Photo by Shay Fogelman
Members of the ultra-Orthodox sect Lev Tahor, Known as the "Jewish Taliban" for Their dress, are slowly leaving Canada for Guatemala, ending the group's Effectively tumultuous situation in Quebec and Ontario.
All phone numbers for Lev Tahor Have Been disconnected leaders, According to The landlord at the location in southwestern Ontario to where sect members fled from Quebec last fall Also the news agency Told That Several families left in the middle of the night, giving no clue as to Their destination.
All Indications point to Lev Tahor members in Guatemala settling, Where Several families fled Earlier This Year ahead of an Ontario court order to return some children to foster care in adjacent Quebec.
"Guatemala is a country That you received them," Lev Tahor's lawyer, Guidy Mamann, Told "They seem to be okay there. It does not Have the comforts of Canada, but then again Canada is not offering any permanent solution for These People anyway. "
Mamann the National Post newspaper Told That "several" Lev Tahor Ontario families Have left for Guatemala. He Said Guatemala was a last-minute choice, but to the same ultra-Orthodox sect called Toiras Hesed've Also Been putting down roots in the village of San Juan la Laguna, located in a lakeside region About 50 miles west of the capital Guatemala City .
"The villagers in San Juan la Laguna did not know what to make of it Appeared When the devout newcomers, the men in long black coats, the women and girls in dark chadors DESPITE the tropical heat," the Post reported almost.
Some 250 community members Settled in Chatham, Ont., About two hours from Toronto, last November after fleeing Quebec, Where child protection HAD Officials Were Alleged children subject to physical abuse, underage marriage and neglect.
The investigation continued in Ontario Where a judge ordered 13 children be returned to Quebec and Placed in foster care.Before an appeal Could Be Heard Those members fled Canada, with some making it to Guatemala, Where They REMAIN.
A judge ruled in Guatemala Lev Tahor That HAD Committed no crimes in the country and could stay. Sect members HAD arrived on 90-day tourist visas, Which are renewable.
A spokeswoman for Chatham-Kent Children's Services Said there is little her agency can do eleven families leave the province. "We are aware of the families in Guatemala and Have had discussions With Canadian Foreign Affairs as [We Have] no jurisdiction outside of Ontario."
"The fertile fertilizer ignorance of bigotry"

viernes 29 de agosto de 2014 19:55

Corren a Judios de Guatemala por racistas y prepotentes.

Un grupo de 230 judíos ortodoxos comenzaron a dejar este jueves un poblado maya al oeste de Guatemala, de donde fueron expulsados por el choque de culturas y religiones con los indígenas locales.

Vecinos afirman que los judíos no corresponden al saludo de los lugareños, 
Les tiran los productos en los mercados si no les gusta el precio 
Y en algunas ocasiones no han respetado la costumbre de velar a los muertos de los lugareños.

De acuerdo con los pobladores, la comunidad judía actúa de forma "prepotente" y se bañan desnudos en la playa pública sin importar si hay niños o mujeres.
Además, los lugareños aseguran que ahuyentan a los turistas, y citan un altercado que tuvieron con un grupo de visitantes mexicanos.

Ataviados con trajes y sombreros negros, los judíos abordaron autobuses para dejar el pueblo de San Juan La Laguna, asentado en la ribera del paradisíaco Lago de Atitlán, unos 200 km al oeste de Ciudad de Guatemala, la capital del país.

"No al racismo, no al antisemitismo, no a la intolerancia. Queremos paz", escribieron en un papel que pegaron en un lateral de uno de los autobuses.
Nota mia: ( a donde vayan y sin importar que hagan, siempre se van hacer las victimas).

El retiro de la comunidad fue sorpresivo, pues ambas partes sostuvieron una reunión la víspera para intentar solucionar el conflicto en la Procuraduría de los Derechos Humanos, en el centro de Ciudad de Guatemala, pero no alcanzaron ningún acuerdo.

En el encuentro, el grupo de judíos había pedido ocho meses para abandonar la localidad, pero su petición no fue acogida.

"Nosotros somos gente de paz y para evitar un incidente ya comenzamos a abandonar el pueblo. Esperamos que todos podamos dejar el pueblo este mismo día (jueves)", dijo a la AFP vía telefónica Misael Santos, representante del grupo de judíos.

"Nosotros tenemos derecho a estar allí, pero nos amenazaron hasta con lincharnos si no dejábamos el pueblo", aseguró.

El dirigente evitó precisar hacia dónde se trasladarán "por medidas de seguridad".
Santos aseguró que son víctimas de discriminación debido a su religión y forma de vestir.

- "Nos quieren invadir" -
La comunidad judía se asentó hace seis años en la orilla del Lago de Atitlán con unas 230 personas, la mitad menores de edad. La mayoría son ciudadanos de Estados Unidos, Israel, Reino Unido y Rusia, y unos 40 son guatemaltecos.

Desde octubre del año pasado, los pobladores de la localidad empezaron a molestarse con la presencia de los judíos, al argumentar que los discriminan y atentan contra las costumbres mayas.

El Consejo de Ancianos Indígenas consideró que los judíos "quieren imponer su religión" y atentar contra el credo católico, predominante en el pueblo, debido a que no creen en Jesucristo ni en la Virgen María.

"Nosotros actuamos en legítima defensa e hicimos respetar nuestros derechos como pueblos indígenas. Además la Constitución nos protege porque tenemos que conservar y preservar nuestra cultura", afirmó a la AFP el vocero del Consejo de Ancianos Miguel Vásquez.

"Eso es extranjerismo, nos quieren invadir con una cultura y eso no lo va a permitir el pueblo" maya Tz'tujil, agregó.

"Nunca en la historia de San Juan La Laguna se había visto este fenómeno", aseveró.

Una prueba del porque.
De muchas culturas y en diferentes épocas los judios han sido corridos.
El judio es judio ANTES que nada, no respeta nacionalidades ni costumbres.

Los judíos expulsados construyen su nueva ciudad lejos de San Juan

Foto: Santiago Billy/Diario Digital.

Los judíos asentados en un edificio cercano al mercado La Terminal de la zona 4 capitalina están muy ocupados por estos días. Preparan la boda de uno de los miembros del grupo de 350 personas expulsadas hace año y medio de San Juan La Laguna, Sololá. Esperan mudarse en seis meses a una nueva ciudad que llamarán “La Dulzura de Babel” y que según ellos construye en Santa Rosa.
La fachada del edificio luce descuidada y en algunas ventanas se ve ropa tendida. Los miembros de la comunidad Lev Tahor (secta que de Canadá se mudó a San Juan La Laguna, donde fueron expulsados por decisión del Consejo de Ancianos) lucen ataviados cargando artículos que utilizarán en la celebración. Dicen que no tienen tiempo para entrevistas, pero al final deciden hablar.  

Foto: Santiago Billy/Diario Digital.
Foto: Santiago Billy/Diario Digital.

“En Santa Rosa se construye una ciudad que se llamará ‘La dulzura de babel’, porque queremos que antes de que venga el Mesías dignificarnos para servirle a él, al creador y después de eso vendrán muchos cambios”, dice en la puerta del edificio uno de los miembros quien dice llamarse Israel Lima.
Habla pausado de manera atenta Israel dice que en la nueva ciudad, ubicada sobre Carretera a El Salvador se construirán sinagogas y casas para las 35 familias que conforman Lev Tahor. Es guatemalteco y dice que es un “judío converso” porque hace 12 años empezó a estudiar el Judaísmo.

Están más a gusto

Foto: Santiago Billy/Diario Digital.
Foto: Santiago Billy/Diario Digital.

Misael Santos, otro de los miembros del grupo, asegura que en la capital están mejor que en San Juan La Laguna porque “acá la gente es un poquito más abierta” y que algunos miembros de la comunidad son comerciantes o dirigen empresas, también se dedican a comercializar productos de México y Estados Unidos.
Ya no recuerda cuántas denuncias presentaron contra el anterior alcalde de San Juan y contra el Consejo de Ancianos por discriminación, pero asegura que estas aún continúan su trámite en la Fiscalía de Derechos Humanos del Ministerio Público (MP) y que tras su caso, esa unidad de investigación conformó una nueva sección.

¿Por qué Guatemala?

Foto: Santiago Billy/Diario Digital.
Foto: Santiago Billy/Diario Digital.

“Ellos ni sabían quiénes eran judíos sin saber que Jesús, en el que ellos creen, era judío”, dice Santos al recordar los motivos por los que la comunidad de Sololá decidió sacarlos.
Mientras que Israel asegura que algunos grupos en Guatemala aún no comprenden que poseen una cultura pacífica, “nosotros tenemos una religión distinta, pero nos basamos en el Antiguo Testamento, nuestras raíces son hebreas y eso es lo que muchos no entienden”,dice.
Lima dice que sus hijos nunca han ido a la escuela, pero sabe leer, escribir, sumar y restar perfectamente, lo hacen así “porque en una escuela secular les enseñarían cosas que van en contra de nuestra religión”.
En el edificio han instalado un lugar para educar a los niños con diferente niveles. Lima dice que los primeros cinco años de inducción sirven para aprender La Torá (recopila los cinco libros de Moisés, sagrado para los judíos) y se lo deben aprender de memoria, los más grandes estudian el Talmud, que recopila historias y leyes judías.
“Vivir el judaísmo es vivir en comunidad, que crean lo mismo que vos y compartir las mismas experiencias religiosas. En Guatemala hay tanta bendición porque hay libertad de escoger la religión que quieran y en otros países como Canadá hay ciertas prohibiciones”,indicó Lima.

Foto: Santiago Billy/Diario Digital.
Los judíos fueron expulsados de San Juan la Laguna, Sololá, en 2014. Foto: Santiago Billy/Diario Digital.

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