Seine-et-Marne: an ultra-Orthodox Talmudic school suspected of abuse

In a Talmudic school in Seine-et-Marne, around forty students were taken into care by child welfare services the day after the arrest of those in charge of this establishment.

17 officials of an ultra-Orthodox Talmudic school in Seine-et-Marne have been taken into custody on suspicion of physical and psychological abuse of students. 40 minors aged 13 to 18, mostly of Israeli and American nationality and who do not speak French, were victims of these acts. Something to stir up excitement.

The prosecutor of Meaux (Seine-et-Marne), Laurence Peyrefitte, told their life “under constant surveillance, without any privacy, very limited in their telephone relations with their parents, in their access to care“. On top of that and the confiscation of their passports upon arrival, the concerned confirmed, “without always criticizing them“, the physical and psychological violence they suffered: “humiliation, bullying, mockery, ostracism“, she added.

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