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the journal of cesnur cover year 2 issue 6Volume 2, Issue 6, November–December 2018 (View full issue)

Introduction. The Ambash Family: A Stereotypical “Cult” in Israel
Massimo Introvigne
(pp. 4–8) DOI: 10.26338/tjoc.2018.2.6.1

“Cults” and Enslavement via Brainwashing in Israeli Justice: The Case of Daniel Ambash
Susan J. Palmer
(pp. 9–36) DOI: 10.26338/tjoc.2018.2.6.2
Religion in Israel, New Religious Movements, Anti-Cult Movements, Polygamy, Enslavement, Brainwashing

The Religious Challenge of Neo-Hasidic Judaism: Contextualizing the Daniel Ambash Case
Holly Folk
(pp. 37–53) DOI: 10.26338/tjoc.2018.2.6.3

The Absence of an Expert Opinion in the Ambash Case and the Problem of the Victims’ Rights
Georges-Elia Sarfati
(pp. 54–69) DOI: 10.26338/tjoc.2018.2.6.4

An Open Letter to the Israeli Supreme Court on the Ambash Case
Holly Folk et al.
(pp. 70–73) DOI: 10.26338/tjoc.2018.2.6.5

Does “Mental Slavery” Exist? An Expert Opinion
Massimo Introvigne et al.
(pp. 74–97) DOI: 10.26338/tjoc.2018.2.6.6

“He Hoped for Justice, and, Behold, There Was Injustice; for Righteousness, and Behold, an Outcry” (Isaiah 5:7)—State Crimes Against Children and Parents: The Ambash Women and Their Children
Esther Hertzog
(pp. 98–103) DOI: 10.26338/tjoc.2018.2.6.7

The Abuse of the Judicial System in the Ambash Case
Yossi Nakar
(pp. 104–108) DOI: 10.26338/tjoc.2018.2.6.8
Israeli Legal System, Ambash Family, Daniel Ambash, Polygamy, “Cults” in Israel

 

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