Extremist 'Jewish Taliban' Lev Tahor Compound Raided in Mexico

Mexican police arrest members of the group, often described as a cult and dubbed the 'Jewish Taliban' in international media, on suspicion of human trafficking and grave sex crimes

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Mexican police raided the compound of the extremist ultra-Orthodox Lev Tahor sect in the country last week, Israel's Foreign Ministry announced on Tuesday. Two members of the sect, often described as a cult, were arrested on suspicions of human trafficking and sex crimes.

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