‘I escaped abusive jungle cult – then rescued my son’

EPA-EFE By Raffi BergBBC News Online Middle East editor When Mexican police raided a self-styled Jewish sect, former members hoped it would spell the end of the group, which has been accused of crimes against children. Instead, the case collapsed and the sect recovered - but not before details about the cloistered community were exposed, including its plans for mass slaughter if outside authorities intervened. One former member, who recently fled, spoke to the BBC about his ordeal. Read More »

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