Friday, November 24, 2006

‘Jewish Interpol’ Should Include Sex Offenders!

If they can create a Jewish Interpol on the topic of Domestic Violence they can also expand it to include sexual predators. Below is just ten examples:
  1. Rabbi Lipa Brenner
  2. Rabbi Ephraim Bryks
  3. Rabbi Benyamin Fleischman
  4. Rabbi Marc Gafni
  5. Former Oregon Governer - Neil Goldschmidt
  6. Rabbi Alan Horowitz, MD
  7. Rabbi Avrohom Mondrowitz
  8. Rabbi BenZion Sobel
  9. Rabbi Matis Weinberg
  10. Rabbi Hershy Worch

‘Jewish Interpol’ to be launched in Europe
European Jewish Press, Belgium
November 21, 2006

Photo: Rabbi Yisrael Yaacov Lichtenstein, Dayan (religious Jewish judge) who heads the Rabbinical Court of the Federation of Synagogues in London

BRUSSELS (EJP)--- A “Jewish Interpol” is set to be launched in Europe, with the aim of ensuring that information about Jewish men who refuse to grant their wives a religious divorce is transferred immediately to the continent’s rabbinical courts.

The proposal is expected to approved at a judicial conference of Jewish religious judges organised by the Rabbinical Centre of Europe, to be held at the start of December in Brussels.

This new revolutionary enterprise is likely to cause dramatic changes throughout Jewish communities.

Many judges are encountering situations where men, who refuse to grant their wives a religious divorce despite being ordered to do so by rabbinical courts, are deciding to flee elsewhere in order to avoid enactment of a verdict and continue living a Jewish life in a place where their past is unknown.

Unavoidable decrees

The “Jewish Interpol” will become the long arm of the Jewish law. It will create a situation whereby the person will be forced to fulfill the verdict and will award the decree a valid stature.

The Brussels-based Rabbinical Center of Europe have confirmed reports that a rabbinical conference, to be attended by Jewish religious judges from around the world, will take place in two weeks.

A spokesman said that the Interpol will collect information from all rabbinical courts and will be based at the Rabbinical Center of Europe. This information will then be passed on to the leaders and Rabbis of Jewish communities.

This recommendation, said the spokesman, will probably be placed at the centre of the discussion panel, "in light of the many requests regarding divorce refusers not paying heed to court verdicts and enjoying the services of another community”.

“The new initiative is bound to put an end to the anarchy," the spokesman added.

The source also revealed that the European Parliament invited the judicial conference to hold part of their discussions in the judicial hall of the parliament.

It is yet unclear which of the topics to be brought up for discussion will be held in the European parliament in Brussels and with the participation of which persons from the European government.

It is also known that the convention has aroused interest amongst the judge’s community and will deal with subjects including the status of the private investigators and written refusal.

Rabbinical anticipation

Rabbi Yisrael Yaacov Lichtenstein, a "dayan" (religious Jewish judge) who heads the Rabbinical Court of The Federation of Synagogues in London , England , was excited to hear about this major project.

“This is an effective method to help the problem of Agunot (chained wives) that has proven to be effective in the past,” Dayan Lichtenstein said. “We call upon all parties worldwide to assist us in this project”.


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