An escape attempt by members of the ‘Heart Heart’ sect, the security ring around the prison was strengthened..

The drama in ‘Pure Heart’: Days after the police raid on the compound of the extremist sect in Mexico, the detainees imprisoned in the prison break the order and riot and throw objects. This is according to a report by local journalists.

Lev Tahor tells the Shabbat Square that at all times efforts continue on the part of the authorities to convince the women and children to agree to return to Israel voluntarily, but they refuse and shout constantly. Another member of the sect says: “They were locked up without food there, they are imprisoned there – so there is a mess.”

In the meantime, the forces in the detention facility where the sect members are held will be increased. According to a local Mexican journalist, some of the detainees tried to escape and the forces, who are not used to such disturbances, decided to increase the forces around the prison facility.

‘Pure Heart’ prisoners in prison (photo: according to section 27a)

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'Pure Heart' prisoners in prison (photo: according to section 27a)

‘Pure Heart’ prisoners in prison (photo: according to section 27a)

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'Pure Heart' prisoners in prison (photo: according to section 27a)

‘Pure Heart’ prisoners in prison (photo: according to section 27a)

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Yoel Rosner, one of the members of the sect who was present at the time of the raid and was not arrested, recounted the dramatic moments of the raid yesterday in a conversation with ‘Kikar HaShabbat’. “I have never experienced a break-in like this in my life, I couldn’t do anything,” he said. “I looked up and received screams and beatings, he couldn’t even see what was happening to others.”

He described: “While I was sitting, armed people entered my room and threw me to the floor like a criminal. They searched for me from all sides and then lifted me in the air and told me to leave the room. They dragged me from the room and took me to the synagogue, where I realized that the same procedure was carried out with other people.

“We sat on the floor on our knees facing the wall, with our hands above our heads, around the synagogue. Images of how the Nazi soldiers treated my grandparents in World War II came to my mind at that time. This is how the police guarded us for a long time, and then they gave us a chance “Being able to sit on chairs”.

  • In this article, photographs are used for which the owner of the rights was not known or could not be located, in accordance with the provisions of Section 27A of the Copyright Law. If you are the owner of the rights, send a message about it by attaching the original photo to the email [email protected].
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