Jewish women who married Muslim men and lived to regret it
A Yad L'Achim special: Eight hareidi-religious Jews in disguise rescued a Jewish girl from her Moslem father's home in the PA-controlled city of Tul Karem, east of Netanya.Yeah right, the "paleswinian inferiority", a terrorist clan that should not be viewed as legitimate. But then, the Israeli police should not view the "father's" claims as legit either, considering that he's guilty of child abduction, just like a Pakistani clothes manufacturer who kidnapped the daughter he had with a Scottish woman he married who later converted back to Christianity. (See also this Dhimmi Watch entry that talks about how children in Sweden were kidnapped to the mideast, and one of the abductors was described as a paleswinian Arab.)
Accounts differ as to how precisely the rescue took place, but it was clearly planned thoroughly in advance. The story began several years ago when an Arab man from Tul Karem met a Jewish girl from Ashdod, and it was "love at first sight," according to the Arab. The Jewess has a different version, however; she says he first fooled her into believing he was Jewish - and neglected to mention that he was already married with children. In fact, when the two later married and moved to Tul Karem, the first wife and five children lived nearby, without her knowledge.
The Jewish woman said her husband forbade her to go outside and beat her, and also later beat her daughter, born five years ago.
After a while, the woman went to visit her mother in Ashdod, taking her daughter with her. A few days later, she informed her Moslem husband that she was not returning. The man was willing to accept his second wife's departure, but not that of his daughter - and he traveled to Ashdod and snatched her back to Tul Karem. He later claimed that back in Tul Karem, she "flowered," and that she had complained of being beaten by her grandmother "and not being allowed to stay up past 8 PM."
The mother then called Yad L'Achim, an organization that actively combats Christian missionaries and helps Jewish women suffering in Moslem villages. One account says that the religious men came into the town dressed as Arabs and asked directions for the man's house, while others say they were dressed as IDF soldiers and arrived under the guise of a terrorist-arresting operation. In any event, they entered the house, took the man and the 5-year-old girl, sped out of town, and immediately afterwards, released the father.
Meanwhile, another car was bringing the mother and grandmother to meet them. A Yad L'Achim operative who took part in the rescue was quoted in the Maariv newspaper as describing the emotional reunion: "The little girl had been sitting curled up in the car, then she got out, barefoot and with pajamas, and when she saw her mother, they embraced and fell together on the road, together with the grandmother."
The reunited mother and daughter are now in an undisclosed location, planning the legal battle to allow them to stay together. The father, for his part, has filed a complaint with the police of both Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
Read the rest of the INN article, where they also have links to a few other reports about Jewesses who stupidly married Muslims and ended up victims of abusive relationships. This same problem has also been experienced by women of Christian backgrounds, and of course, European and American ones. Last year, a Christian archbishop warned Christian women not to marry Muslim men, and I hope there's some rabbis out there who can say the same to Jewish women. Even Buddhist representatives need to make it clear to women of Buddhist backgrounds why even they shouldn't do it.