The Islam-like cult's members in Guatemala pulled a very clever stunt
to make it seem as though they're persecuted for the wrong reasons there:
Controversy continues over reports that a small town in Guatemala has called for the systematic expulsion of Jews, according to Jewish news agency La Agencia Judía de Noticias, after one local leader explained that vocal dissident Misael Santos is actually a member of cult group Lev Tahor.
"There was no expulsion of Jews from the town of San Juan la Laguna," George Tannenbaum, President of the Guatemala Jewish Community, told the news agency last week. "There is a group of Jews who are migrating from Canada to Guatemala, [but they are being] pursued by the Canadian authorities for legal issues there."
Spanish-language news site Prensa Libre originally reported last month that a "small group of Jews" had been facing persecution from local authorities - including Nazi-like 'Jew registers,' a blind eye to physical attacks on the community, and a specific request to leave - based solely on the testimony of Santos, a convert to Judaism who emigrated to the community.
The news site failed to specify the source of the newfound 'waves of immigrants' to the small community, nor did it identify the group as ousted cult Lev Tahor.
Fascinating. A convert who chose the wrong forms of Judaism was the one who made these claims, all for the sake of making it hard to clamp down on this abusive cult. Unfortunately, he's not the only problem here:
The mayor of San Juan La Laguna, Rodolfo López, fully exhibits anti-Semitic views in the interview, insisting that "If I go to America, I must adopt the ways of the gringo [highly offensive term for non-Hispanics - ed.]," and insisting that it is "the people's will" for the unspecified group of Jews to leave.
The new information - if true - sheds the matter in an entirely different light, however; Lev Tahor has reportedly engaged in shocking physical and sexual abuse.
Yes, and that's why, if the mayor of that town stooped to anti-semitism, that's bad, because the cult can use it to their advantage in the victimology department. He should apologize and make clear that any disapproval he's got for Lev Tahor is just based on their destructive, abusive behavior towards the children in their custody. Otherwise, it could be very hard to deal with these cretins.
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