Legal Disclaimer - 100% Truthful Reporting Policy
All information contained in this website is, to the best of our knowledge, 100% truthful.
While some negative statements have been made about some people in this website, all
such statements are truthful. Any such statements have been made in order to help
bring home, in a safe and legal manner, the 3 Jewish children that were abducted
and taken to Brazil by their non-custodial mother, and therefore, to prevent any
additional psychological or physical harm to the 3 abducted children.
While some of the people mentioned in this website may not be happy about the fact
that their actions have been documented, reported upon, and mentioned on this
website, they should have thought of that before commiting such actions and
severely harming 3 innocent Jewish children in this manner.
This website has a moral obligation and a duty to report any acts by any person
that may be harmful to the health and safety of these or any other children.
In the event that any person mentioned in this website, or any other person, becomes
aware that any information contained in this website in not correct, please report
immediately this information by filling out, signing and sending this form
by email to email@example.com together with all supporting evidence.
This website also abides 100% to the Laws of Lashon Hara
Lashon Hara ("evil tongue" in Hebrew) is the Jewish sin of gossip. Lashon hara generally
refers to true statements, written or spoken. The main prohibition against lashon hara is
derived from Leviticus 19:16, "Thou shalt not go up and down as a talebearer among thy
people; neither shalt thou stand idly by the blood of thy neighbour".
Although there is a prohibition of defamation, "Thou shalt not go up and down as a talebearer
among thy people", that prohibition is overridden by the obligation to save another or
to testify in his behalf "neither shalt thou stand idly by the blood of thy neighbour".
Rambam codifies this reading as a matter of law: Anyone who can save another and does not
save him violates, "You shall not stand idly by the blood of your neighbor."
Therefore, one who hears that others are conspiring to harm someone and have set a trap, and
he does not reveal this information to him, he violates that which is said in the Torah,
"You shall not stand idly by the blood of your neighbour."
And in this case, where 3 innocent Jewish children have been abducted by their non-custodial
mother, anybody who can help in any manner to bring these children home, and doesn't help,
violates "You shall not stand idly by the blood of your neighbour."
There are times when a person is obligated to speak out, even though the information is
disparaging. Specifically, if a person's intent in sharing the negative information is
for a "to-elet", a positive, constructive, and beneficial purpose, the prohibition
against lashon hara does not apply. And if the lashon hara serves as a warning
against the possibility of future harm, such communication is not only
permissible, but, under certain conditions, compulsory.
For more information about lashon hara as it relates to this website, please read the
following article: Let Them Talk: The Mitzvah to Speak Lashon Hara.
Please help us pray for the safety and good health of these children !!!
Please help us save these young innocent and beautiful children !!!
Please help us bring these children back home !!!
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any helpful information.
Thank you !!!
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