Rabat- The Israeli police on the West Bank said that officers have dismantled a messianic sect that has been reportedly brainwashing Jewish women into having sex with non-Jewish men in order to "save the Jewish people and bring about redemption."
Rabat- The Israeli police on the West Bank said that officers have dismantled a messianic sect that has been reportedly brainwashing Jewish women into having sex with non-Jewish men in order to “save the Jewish people and bring about redemption.”
In a statement issued Sunday, Israeli police said officers detained two men and two women on suspicion of forcing Jewish women into prostitution by performing sex acts with non-Jews and exploiting them sexually after getting them hooked on drugs and alcohol.
According to the Jerusalem Post, the reasoning behind the plot was to “save the Nation of Israel and bring about its salvation.”
Police said that the suspects brainwashed Jewish women into believing that the redemption of the Jewish people would arrive through having sex with non-Jews.
A four-month long investigation revealed that the four suspects, two men and two women have been forcing victims to have sex with non-Jews under the influence of drugs and alcohol, while pocketing the money paid by the “clients” for themselves.
The Haaretz newspaper quoted the head of the police investigation, Superintendent Arik Mordechai as saying that some 15 women had been recruited, some of whom were believed to be minors.
The “clients” included Palestinians from the West Bank, foreign workers living in Tel Aviv, and others who paid the sect leaders money in order to sleep with the brainwashed Jewish women.