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He went to Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Que.,  a year later on a temporary visa, and was soon joined by his followers. In 2004, he won refugee status in Canada on the grounds he would face persecution in Israel for his anti-Zionist views. Lev Tahor members oppose the state of Israel and believe Jews should live in exile until the Messiah comes.

The group was under close scrutiny from youth protection officials in Quebec, who say the children have been suffering from squalid conditions, bad hygiene, inadequate housing and below-par schooling.  That investigation revealed children had poor dental health and skin problems, and they weren’t bathing properly. There have been concerns about forced marriages and teen pregnancies.

Veronique Hivon, Quebec’s minister responsible for youth protection, issued a brief statement Tuesday calling on some members of the group to return to the province with their children.

“The director of youth protection requests that the children who were supposed to be present for the youth court hearing be returned to Quebec.”

Myer Rosner, another Lev Tahor director, wouldn’t say if the group planned to honour that request.

“I don’t know what’s going to happen with that,” he said. “I’m not sure about that.”

He also said Lev Tahor’s exit from Quebec was timed to avoid having to appear in court, but added the group had been planning a move for months.

“We were afraid that if we were going to stay a few more days, then all the people will be in the court, and we want to avoid that,” said Rosner.

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec. (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Chatham-Kent police also issued a news release Tuesday stating they’re aware members of “an ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect from Quebec” are in town.

“An initial assessment of the children’s well-being has been conducted with the assistance of the Chatham-Kent Integrated Children’s Services and at this time there are no concerns,” Const. Renee Cowell said in the release. “The Chatham-Kent Police Service will continue to work with various agencies and monitor the situation.”

Windsor police, the Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society and the Laurentian youth centre in Quebec didn’t return phone calls this week.

Members of the group were taking some children to meet youth protection workers Tuesday in Chatham.

“They are just trying to get information,” said Rosner. “There’s all kinds of rumours of abuse and things like that, so they want to find out the truth. I’m confident.”

Lev Tahor leaders, all men, have repeatedly denied claims that women and children are abused in the sect.

“I believe you can see some kids outside looking to be quite happy, and smiling and friendly,” said Rosner. “The kids are very well taken care of.”

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec. (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

The youth protection probe in Quebec also found the children weren’t being schooled according to any Canadian curriculum.

It was different views on education that initially prompted the group to consider leaving Quebec, said Rosner, not child abuse accusations. But it’s not only teaching about science, evolution and homosexuality that Lev Tahor doesn’t like.

One concern of Quebec officials was that the children are homeschooled, and girls don’t receive the same education as boys. Their investigation found the children only speak Yiddish and Hebrew, and there was no proper teaching for math or language.

Rosner didn’t deny that Tuesday. Group leaders say Quebec’s education system requiring that children receive “equivalent” education doesn’t fit with their beliefs. Under Lev Tahor teachings, said Rosner, boys and girls do learn different things.

“The girls, we teach them a lot how to cook and how to do sewing,” he said. “That’s something they don’t teach today in the public schools. This was something that years ago was the main thing of a woman, to do sewing.”

Critics say the group treats women as second class citizens with only the barest of education, and men can hit their wives for disobeying teachings. The group is often referred to as the Jewish Taliban because women are covered head-to-toe in burqa-like robes.

“You see all these things the women are wearing?” Rosner asked, pointing to some nearby women covered in black clothing. “They sew it themselves. That’s something that belongs to girls, not to boys. It’s more a woman thing. It belongs to woman, sewing. And cooking belongs to woman.”

Uriel Goldman from the Jewish sect Lev Tahor talks on his phone in his new home in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Uriel Goldman from the Jewish sect Lev Tahor talks on his phone in his new home in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec. (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in the Super 8 hotel in Chatham, Ont. on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in the Super 8 hotel in Chatham, Ont. on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec. (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

 

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec. (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec. (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in the Super 8 hotel in Chatham, Ont. on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in the Super 8 hotel in Chatham, Ont. on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec. (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec. (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Uriel Goldman from the Jewish sect Lev Tahor talks on his phone in his new home in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Uriel Goldman from the Jewish sect Lev Tahor talks on his phone in his new home in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec. (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in a townhouse complex north of Chatham, Ont., on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec. (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)

Members of the Jewish sect Lev Tahor are seen in the Super 8 hotel in Chatham, Ont. on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. The group has settled in the area after fleeing Quebec.           (TYLER BROWNBRIDGE/The Windsor Star)



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ارسال در تاریخ چهارشنبه 25 دی 1392 توسط نشون بی نشون

we are all mostafa

ما همه مصطفی هستیم

افسران - آواتار برای تغییر به چهره شهدای هسته ایافسران - آواتار برای تغییر به چهره شهدای هسته ایافسران - آواتار برای تغییر به چهره شهدای هسته ای

افسران - آواتار برای تغییر به چهره شهدای هسته ایافسران - آواتار برای تغییر به چهره شهدای هسته ایافسران - آواتار برای تغییر به چهره شهدای هسته ای

افسران - آواتار برای تغییر به چهره شهدای هسته ایافسران - آواتار برای تغییر به چهره شهدای هسته ایافسران - آواتار برای تغییر به چهره شهدای هسته ای

21دی ماه سالروز شهادت غرور افرین سرباز وطن

شهید مصطفی احمدی روشن


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برچسب ها: ترور، teror، شهادت، ما همه مصطفی هستیم،

ارسال در تاریخ جمعه 20 دی 1392 توسط نشون بی نشون

From the first pilgrims Hossein Mzj Munawar Hussain (AS), Jabir ibn Abdullah Ansari of Medina to Karbala for Arbaeen day went so far 1373 years ago.

 

In recent years, scholars and saints of God to visit Seyedolshohada (AS) on the day of Arbaeen attaches great importance and place and set off on foot from Najaf to Karbala were, Undoubtedly Jabir bin Abdullah, the first day of Arbaeen pilgrims in Karbala in 61 AH Mly is a good tradition in the years of the infallible Imams (AS) despite the ruthless rule of the Umayyad and Abbasid bleeding is done.

Some historical accounts say that the pilgrimage to Karbala on foot at the time, "Sheikh Ansari" (died in 1281 AH) was drawn, but has fallen into disuse since the lambs finally by "Sheikh Mirza Hossein Nouri

 

Ayatollah Mohammad Taghi Bahjat Foumanat about the fortieth day walking says:

Because the Imam of his time, Imam Hussain (AS) are introduced to all the world ... so it must be time for all people of the world, Hussain (AS) are known ... but she is still all the world, Hussain (AS) and not know Taqsir

The pilgrimage Seyedolshohada (AS) was the most difficult to date Brhhhay John pilgrims were at stake, but there are risks to life, love and Pabvsy bought Imam Hussain (AS) on the day of Arbaeen were achieved.


 

 


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طبقه بندی: مذهب، بصیرت، عشق، نشانه های بی نشان، English language،
ارسال در تاریخ دوشنبه 9 دی 1392 توسط نشون بی نشون
افسران - هنوز هم شمرها زنده اند...
در حالی که در نهمین روز از ماه محرم الحرام، دلدادگان اباعبدالله الحسین(ع)، در سراسر کشورهای اسلامی، آیین‌های سوگواری سیدالشهداء را با شور و عشق خاصی برپا کردند و اشک ماتم ریختند اما در سوریه یک نوجوان شیعه به جرم سوگواری ذبح شد!

تروریست‌های سوریه که به دنبال شکست‌های پیاپی از ارتش سوریه و ناکامی در عملیات‌های طراحی شده در اکثر مناطق و استان‌های سوریه، برای بالا بردن روحیه افراد خود دست به هر جنایتی می‌زنند نوجوان 16 ساله ای را در به طرز فجیعی به شهادت رساندند.

چند روز پیش برخی شبکه های اجتماعی تصویر سر بریده یک نوجوان 16 ساله را منتشر کردند که یک وهابی تکفیری در حالی که سر این نوجوان را در دست دارد با آن عکس یادگاری گرفته است. این نوجوان شیعه در حالی که سربند «رقیة بنت الحسین(ع)» به سر بسته توسط این مزدوران به شهادت رسیده است.
وخدا را شکر امروز اعلام شد که این ملعون در یکی از درگیری های سوریه به درک واصل شد.


While on the ninth day of the month of Moharram, lovers Hussein (AS), in Islamic countries, Hossein mourning rituals held with a particular passion and shed tears of mourning, but mourning mass slaughter of Shiites in Syria was a teenager!



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ارسال در تاریخ یکشنبه 26 آبان 1392 توسط نشون بی نشون
وقتی اون روز تو مجلس عروسی یهو همه رو جو گرفت و زن و مرد قاطی شدن و... مردهای دیگه با چه لذتی به تماشا نشسته بودن.
.You were Barley House wedding day when she suddenly all the men and women and men mixed up with the pleasure of watching

تو مثل برق از جا پریدی و زدی بیرون. پشت سرت اومدم . گفتی:
:You like it jumped and threw out the power came back said

«متشکرم که اونجا نموندی»

«Thank you, that there was not»
   اونجا بود که فهمیدم تو با همه مردها فرق داری

It was there that I love you with all different men







طبقه بندی: خدا، مذهب، خانواده، بصیرت، عشق، English language،
ارسال در تاریخ یکشنبه 26 آبان 1392 توسط نشون بی نشون
Hazrat Muslim bin Aqeel Mosque Moharram (AS) in Iran
Imam Hussein is alive and resurrected to save humanity and we will always mourn their mourning

عاشورا، محرم،ashura.moharam

عاشورا، محرم،ashura.moharam

عاشورا، محرم،ashura.moharam


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طبقه بندی: English language،
برچسب ها: محرم، عاشورا، مسجد حضرت مسلم بن عقیل(ع)، ashura، moharam، emam hossin، امام حسین،

ارسال در تاریخ شنبه 18 آبان 1392 توسط نشون بی نشون