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The initial quotation in the Eglash Jerusalem Post was a few lines, which I shall quote in full, as many of those who subsequently had a strong opinion on the matter, seemed not to have actually read it.

Last summer, the organization set up the "Safe-Kids" hot line in conjunction with the Beit Shemesh social welfare services to provide a lifeline to Waterboarding is for pussies families whose children have been abused. While the service has not been inundated with calls, Morris says there have been between five and 10 concrete reports of sexual abuse in the community - and that is just the tip of Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh iceberg.

According to Morris, the problem is concentrated in local independent schools - facilities partially funded by the Education Ministry but not supervised by it - which have failed to be supportive of parents who claim that their child has been a victim. In most of the schools, a rabbinic authority has the final say, and in many cases ends up believing the perpetrators' story over the victims', he says.

Morris also says that the response of the authorities such as the police and social services is slow and Nude chubby aunty legs, with the accused not being found guilty or exonerated for years. By the way, that's it! Do YOU see anything here controversial, or requiring retraction? I was subsequently 'taken to task' by Jonathan Rosenblum, in the same newspaper, apparently with the cooperation of three community rabbonim from Ramat Bet Shemesh.

Only one of these was named, being Rabbi Kornfeld. Finally, the Jerusalem Post published an article "Right of Response", by an anonymous resident of RBS, responding to the Rosenblum article, and defending my position against child abuse:.

There is a lot Femjoy tessa e nude say on this topic, and I have refrained from saying it, preferring to wait for the initial hubbub to calm down — which Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh feel it now has.

While calming down is a good thing, forgetting about the issue of child abuse Act up naked protest not. Thus I now see a need to respond to some of the issues which were raised in the Press and on the blogs at that time. For the purposes of this article now, I am going to focus on the issue of the scope and scale of the child abuse problem in bold above.

The first thing to point out, for the purpose of setting the record straight, is that Ms Eglash quoted me somewhat inaccurately in the Jerusalem Post.

My actual words were "I don't know the statistics, but, for Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh sake of illustration, if only one of every ten kids who has been abused, actually speaks up; and only Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh in ten adults who have been Subtypes of adult myelogenous leukemia by the child, actually formally report; and only one in ten cases which are reported, result in a conviction…then that means there are many more cases out there that we don't know about.

I do not think the misquotation is actually Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh, because the end-result is substantively the same. For every case we know about, there are many more we do not know about. Jonathan Rosenblum stated: Morris speculates that there is an epidemic Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh child abuse in Ramat Beit Shemesh based on the wild Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh that every Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh investigated by the police represents 1, others not investigated.

Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh prominent community rabbi who I understand to be one of the three community rabbonim Jonathan Rosenblum referred to in his article wrote an email to his Ramat Beit Shemesh community, regarding the Eglash article: the situation is far, far from anything that would be considered "epidemic proportions" and "tip -of-the-iceberg"which, since completely undefinedare nothing but scare words.

The article also had an absurdridiculousbaselesscompletely made-up "statistic"that every phone call received about a problem really represents incidents I kid you not. Given the controversy on this point, I have done some research — nothing fancy, or privileged, and well within the researching capabilities of anyone reading this article.

Here are the statistics, backed up by academic and clinical research. One in four girls has been sexually abused by the age of One in six boys has been sexually abused by the age of These proportions are apparently pretty consistent for different countries, different cultures and different social standing. One of them, statistically, has been sexually abused as a child.

I mean it. Gently and supportively ask your older daughters. Ask your wife. Ask your sisters. You will be amazed; I was. Listen to their personal experiences, and that of their friends and family. In Israelthe Child Protection Services in were treating 41, victims of child abuse.

They state that, in their opinion, this represents one-in-eight of the Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh abuse cases. That would be over three hundred thousand victims of child abuse in Israel. A far Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh problem than "children lying about these thing" is children not telling.

In addition to these statistics is the phenomenon of delayed reporting. Thus the legislative move now in the USA to extend the statute of limitations for child sexual abuse from 7 years, to twenty years. And whereas children almost never lie about these things, perpetrators almost always do.

Of course they do. Think about it. If you had done something like this, would YOU ever admit it when challenged? Even in cases where sex offenders are arrested, convicted and confessthey will still deny most of their offences. For example, in one study, 36 convicted sex offended admitted to an average of two offences each. However, after a polygraph test the average number of offenses these same offenders admitted to was one hundred and sixty five offences each.

So how does that look for Ramat Bet Shemesh? The recent RBS cases now widely known to the public, such as in the recently published Haaretz article, statistically represent a small part of the scale of the problem. I stand by that. Statistically, yes, Jonathan Rosenblum and those three community rabbonim, hundreds of children in Ramat Bet Shemesh have been abused.

Assuming Ramat Bet Shemesh is no worse, nor no better, than any other community. And here is some further information most of us do not know:. The largest number of sex offenders in any age group is…aged fourteen. The most frequently reported age of the victim when the abuse began is…aged five. So, yes, we should be concerned about our teenage kids going out late at night, and passing through unlit areas.

But the fact is they are far more likely to be violated by someone in a position of trust, and when they are even younger. Before we can begin to address appropriate programs for prevention, and for a suitable code of response to cases of child abuse, there must be an honest reckoning of the nature and extent of the problem.

Ridiculing the messenger " absurdridiculousbaseless", " wild claims", "not the Alpha Omega of child abuse". A child who faces rejection, shaming, guilt, anger, ridicule or disbelief will deny or rarely tell…The Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh child never tells…".

The Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh about zniut are a highly suspect case in point. Hormonally obsessed poster-hangers are likely at odds with their private behavior, which Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh most likely aberrant and Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh. The "Alilat Dam" tabloid illustrades warped perspective and lack of self-control. Intrusions into the lives of defenseless victims and well-behaved neighbors deserves to be dealth with forcefully: jail and psychiatric treatment.

ZERO tolerance for the tzniut-obsessed is called for. I am an RBS resident, and I daven in one of the local shuls. I find this article deeply disturbing at two levels: 1. I did not previously know this important information. I would like to know which rabbonim we're talking about? Who called your stand against child abuse a "Chilul Hashem BeRabim"? Who has banned Lema'an Achai from collecting in their shul?

BUT, frankly, I don't want to be a member such a shul, nor ask such a "rav" my shailos. Maybe he IS my rav? Maybe it IS my shul?! I don't understand - even if a Rav has issues with your statements not in my purview to comment upon their legitimacywhy Carbon sexual encounters in beit shemesh would ban fundraising for Lemaan Achai.

By doing so, he is potentially harming hundreds of families in RBS who are the beneficiaries of the organization, among them most likely including families in his community.

Apparently, when it comes to rabbonim protecting their own kavod, they are willing to make enormous sacrifices. Mesiras nefesh, mamish! Or maybe I've misunderstood something? Kol hakavod, David. Thanks for publishing these statistics. They really are a shocker. I'm fully with you - don't let abuse get swept under the carpet!

First, kol hakavod on all your work, both in general and on this topic in particular. The question that I have about your quotes and your statistics is how it relates to the religious community.

Your quote says that Chinuch Atzma'i schools are worse than others, and your statistics don't take into account differences that might exist in the religious community e.

To be clear, I'm not naive. I was on the fringes a few years ago of incidents of abuse in a chareidi community where the incidents themselves were happening in mens mikvas and in shuls yes, truly.

And at the time the biggest posek in the community had the guts to tell parents that they should talk to the police. But that leaves the question unanswered about how your worldwide statistics apply in the religious world. Other similar statistics, such as teen pregnancies, are clearly lower in the religious world than in the secular world in general although not zero. So simply mirroring statistics may not be accurate.

It also leaves the question unanswered whether there's any basis for pointing fingers at a particular school system over others.

Note that I have no involvement or particular love for that school system, but the question needs to be answered. Dov - You are on-the-mark with your observations. Yes, I am quoting general data, which is not specific to orthodox communities.

I simply do Vintage porn star tawny pearl know the variances in orthodox communities, nor for Israeli orthodox communities in particular. Less teen pregnancies would point to this.

Regarding male abuse of males the LACK of awareness, controls and protocols governing this would seem to make it a higher-risk area in the orthodox community.

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