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FREE DOWNLOAD Å Hush By Eishes Chayil å ❰Read❯ ➯ Hush Author Eishes Chayil – Dcmdirect.co.uk Inside the closed community of Borough Park where most Chassidim live the rules of life are very clear determined by an ancient script written thousands of years before down to the last detail and abu Inside the closed communOld Gittel learns of the abuse her best friend has suffered at the hands of her own family member the adults in her community try to persuade Gittel and themselves that nothing happened Forced to remain silent Gittel begins to uestion everything she was. I could not put this book down as it grabbed me from the first page This is the story of two girls growing up in an ultra orthodox community their way of life and how alleged cases of sexual abuse are brushed under the carpet The story is very disturbing to think that these poor kids have no one to turn to as most of the community want to pretend that that sort of thing does not happen to people like them Well done to Eishes Chayil for bringing this into the open

Hush By Eishes ChayOld Gittel learns of the abuse her best friend has suffered at the hands of her own family member the adults in her community try to persuade Gittel and themselves that nothing happened Forced to remain silent Gittel begins to uestion everything she was. I could not put this book down as it grabbed me from the first page This is the story of two girls growing up in an ultra orthodox community their way of life and how alleged cases of sexual abuse are brushed under the carpet The story is very disturbing to think that these poor kids have no one to turn to as most of the community want to pretend that that sort of thing does not happen to people like them Well done to Eishes Chayil for bringing this into the open

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Hush By Eishes Chayil Í Inside the closed community of Borough Park where most Chassidim live the rules of life are very clear determined by an ancient script written thousands of years before down to the last detail and abuse has never been a part of it But when thirteen year. From the first page to the last the author of this book Eishes Chayil Judy Brown excels in making her point even in a tight knit community where belief in God and the development of godly virtues are central there is no protection from those who want to harm the community s most valuable asset its children from the unspeakable crime of child sexual abuseChayil s writing is engaging and despite the central subject matter it is delightfully amusing at times for instance in its portrayal of the misunderstandings that come from childhood innocence its depiction of family life and the challenges of being a young couple who is ill prepared for the expectations and difficulties of married life Yet while portraying the Chasidic community with enormous love and affection Chayil also manages to hold it accountable to hold a mirror up to it and point out the dangers of ignorance its undesirable similarities with the outside world and above all the results of the terrible and lethal poison of silenceChayil s own words sum up the problem succinctly and perfectly We built walls and built them high The walls would keep the gentiles and their terrifying world far away The walls would protect us and shelter us and as we built them higher thicker wider we forgot to look inside We forgot that the greatest enemies always grow from withinBut this is not a book only about child sexual abuse in the Jewish community this book will resonate with anyone who has concern for the protection of children everywhere whether in the Jewish Catholic other religious communities or within the secular world It addresses us all and holds us accountable FREE READ º E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó Eishes Chayil

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Eishes Chayil ó 9 FREE DOWNLOAD Raised to believe A richly detailed and nuanced book one of both humor and depth understanding and horror this story explains a complex world that remains an echo of its past and illuminates the conflict between yesterday s traditions and today s reality. Having worked as a health visitor and nurse in an orthodox community in the north of England for many years I wish I had read this book beforehand it would have given me a better understanding many times I have felt insulted at the way I as a gentle was treated by them I now realize their indoctrination means they can not help it A very good book