Child-Rape Assembly Line. Don’t marry Jewish men.

In Ritual Bathhouses of the Jewish Orthodoxy, Children Are Systematically Abused

By Christopher Ketcham
Rabbi Nuchem Rosenberg—who is 63 with a long, graying beard—recently sat down with me to explain what he described as a “child-rape assembly line” among sects of fundamentalist Jews. He cleared his throat. “I’m going to be graphic,” he said.
A member of Brooklyn’s Satmar Hasidim fundamentalist branch of Orthodox Judaism, Nuchem designs and repairs mikvahs in compliance with Torah Law. The mikvah is a ritual Jewish bathhouse used for purification. Devout Jews are required to cleanse themselves in the mikvah on a variety of occasions: women must visit following menstruation, and men have to make an appearance before the High Holidays such as Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Many of the devout also purify themselves before and after the act of sex, and before the Sabbath.
On a visit to Jerusalem in 2005, Rabbi Rosenberg entered into a mikvah in one of the holiest neighborhoods in the city, Mea She’arim. “I opened a door that entered into a schvitz,” he told me. “Vapors everywhere, I can barely see. My eyes adjust, and I see an old man, my age, long white beard, a holy-looking man, sitting in the vapors. On his lap, facing away from him, is a boy, maybe seven years old. And the old man is having anal sex with this boy.”
Rabbi Rosenberg paused, gathered himself, and went on: “This boy was speared on the man like an animal, like a pig, and the boy was saying nothing. But on his face—fear. The old man [looked at me] without any fear, as if this was common practice. He didn’t stop. I was so angry, I confronted him. He removed the boy from his penis, and I took the boy aside. I told this man, ‘It’s a sin before God, a mishkovzucher. What are you doing to this boy’s soul? You’re destroying this boy!’ He had a sponge on a stick to clean his back, and he hit me across the face with it. ‘How dare you interrupt me!’ he said. I had heard of these things for a long time, but now I had seen.”
The child sex abuse crisis in ultra-Orthodox Judaism, like that in the Catholic Church, has produced its share of shocking headlines in recent years. In New York, and in the prominent Orthodox communities of Israel and London, allegations of child molestation and rape have been rampant. The alleged abusers are schoolteachers, rabbis, fathers, uncles—figures of male authority. The victims, like those of Catholic priests, are mostly boys. Rabbi Rosenberg believes around half of young males in Brooklyn’s Hasidic community—the largest in the United States and one of the largest in the world—have been victims of sexual assault perpetrated by their elders. Ben Hirsch, director of Survivors for Justice, a Brooklyn organization that advocates for Orthodox sex abuse victims, thinks the real number is higher. “From anecdotal evidence, we’re looking at over 50 percent. It has almost become a rite of passage.”
Ultra-Orthodox Jews who speak out about these abuses are ruined and condemned to exile by their own community
Dr. Amy Neustein, a nonfundamentalist Orthodox Jewish sociologist and editor of Tempest in the Temple: Jewish Communities and Child Sex Scandals, told me the story of a series of Hasidic mothers in Brooklyn she got to know who complained that their children were being preyed on by their husbands.
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7 Responses to “Child-Rape Assembly Line. Don’t marry Jewish men.”

  1. And the rabbis that do the cutting get to suck the blood from the baby’s penis, is it just me or is this just so wrong on so many levels that it makes me feel physically sick.

  2. Anonymous says:

    the grand penis conspiracy

    wifi is still shite


  3. Anonymous says:

    It is past sick to cut an unathethatised baby, the pain must be horrendous, and then to suck the dick, is compounding the abuse, thats what it is child abuse
    Psychatrists say this hurt would push the trauma down into the babies psych making them psychopaths later on in life, and that about fits dont it ?

  4. Chris Jones says:

    It’s probably worth noting that it’s only roughly around 5% of the population of modern day Israel who are ethnically/geographically ‘Jewish’ i.e originally from the land of Judea. The other 95% are historically/ethnically Khazarians who converted to Judaism in around the 8th century because they needed to ‘pick a religion’. What happened to the original 12 tribes of Canaan/Palestine which would have made up the relative other 95% in Judea and other areas and who would have moved there from Egypt and North Africa/Europe the other areas? They didn’t stick around-they mostly re emigrated to Europe and Britain from 1500 BC onwards . Therefore the claim by Zionist Jews to reclaim their lands is disingenuous because they are claims made by what could technically be called Khazarian .Alan Wilson is the man who has covered this true history in detail

    • passerbypieton says:

      This Khazarian schtick is mass distraction.
      It’s designed to differentiate “Jews” from the “Hebrews” of the Bible.
      They’re both subscribers to the same racist-supremacist tribal BS and actually are genetically pretty much the same.
      Modern studies of DNA show Ashkenazi Jews preponderantly have male DNA typical of Middle East populations, and mitochondrial DNA that is substantially European white. This would match a model of ‘Hebrews’ going into diaspora and breeding with women of the countries they had gone to.

      Similar notions include C.I. and British Israelism,for those goyim who think they are the real Jews and therefore entitled to reign over all other peoples of the world as Yahweh’s pets just as the ridiculous Jew Book prescribes.

  5. Anonymous says:

    The jews in their old books say sex with kids is ok if they are non jews.
    Such derogatory terms as boy-nobbing hides the fact that it is child abuse and should be stopped

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