This is how I survived in Lev Tahor Hasidic sect: the Sinai singer is always open in conversation


The large audience that enjoys Sinai's songs has never imagined what scars are etched in the soul of the Hassidic singer and devour his sleep. As a 14-year-old boy, he was caught in the net of Shlomo Helbrenz, the founder of the Lev Tahor sect, and joined the closed and extremist group. Thus he found himself in a world of public humiliation ceremonies, severe corporal punishment, blind admiration for the leader and forced detachment from the parents. Now he tells his story and asks: Stop this madness journey, for the sake of the children.


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