Wed. Sep 28th, 2022

Children removed from Jewish sect’s jungle compound in Mexico

Children and older teenagers have been removed from the jungle compound of a Jewish sect in Mexico following a raid by police.

Reports say it took place against the Lev Tahor Group which was investigated on suspicion of trafficking minors.

The children and teenagers are being flown to Israel where they have extended families.

According to the reports on Friday last week, police made their way into the compound seventeen point five kilometer north of Tapachula in Chiapas State while sthe boys and girls were quickly separated from the rest of the group due to fears that their lives could be at risk from members trying to prevent them from being removed.

The Mexican police worked alongside a four-man volunteer team from Israel, including former Mossad agents, in planning and carrying out the operation which was set in motion about two years ago when a relative in Israel of some of those in the Group asked one of the former agents for help.

Children and older teenagers have been removed from the jungle compound of a Jewish sect in Mexico following a raid by police.

Reports say it took place against the Lev Tahor Group which was investigated on suspicion of trafficking minors.

The children and teenagers are being flown to Israel where they have extended families.

According to the reports on Friday last week, police made their way into the compound seventeen point five kilometer north of Tapachula in Chiapas State while sthe boys and girls were quickly separated from the rest of the group due to fears that their lives could be at risk from members trying to prevent them from being removed.

The Mexican police worked alongside a four-man volunteer team from Israel, including former Mossad agents, in planning and carrying out the operation which was set in motion about two years ago when a relative in Israel of some of those in the Group asked one of the former agents for help.

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