One father called it a “feminist Jihad” against Israel’s fathers, but well, this is the case everywhere. Yet there are differences in the degree of cruelty and brutality exercised by the family courts and the child service agencies against fathers and children, and there are differences in the legal circumstances and judiciary procedures which permit fathers to defend themselves and fight for their natural right to their children. None of the latter in Israel, and the worst of the former I have ever encountered over many years of following the stories from around the western world.
I would call the laws and practices of the Israeli family court system the paradigm of a Feminazi regime, executing matriarchy with all the cold-blooded dehumanization of the mythical Amazons.
Do not miss to read the statement of the dire affairs on the page of the Coalition for Fathers and Families in order to get an understanding why the UN, in itself a feminist Jihadist organization, cares to call on Israel. While it could well be the case that the authoritarian treatment of single mothers by the child services is the actual reason for the intervention, perhaps the unabashed character of the oppression of Israeli fathers is too much even for the UN.
Fathers and Families, the US site, had a piece in May 2011, but it does not give due credit to the disastrous lot of the Israeli fathers.
Israel News Agency reports, on Nov. 8, 2011 there was a protest of Israeli fathers against a notorious “feminist inquisitor” family court judge who caused innumerable cases of Parental Alienation Syndrom (PAS) by her protection orders against fathers’ contact with children, but was given the opportunity to speak in an Israel bar’s conference on the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
From the Jerusalem Post:
UN calls on Israel to amend custody law
The United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights has called on the Israeli government to amend its laws in order to ease the burden on fathers seeking full or partial custody of their children.
At a special hearing in Geneva last month, the committee expressed concern that fathers embroiled in custody disputes here are not always treated fairly under the Capacity and Guardianship Law.
In its summation of hearing about the economic, social and cultural situation in member countries, the committee called directly on the state to make sure that custody of children up to the age of six is not always given to mothers and asked the government to find a way to “ensure that child support awards do not lead to an inadequate standard of living for the father.”
A vicious comment:
Mama LibertySay what?! This whole article confounds me, especially when women and children are trying to live a violent free life from an abuser, now only to have the UN step in and give MORE rights to fathers?! Guess what, mothers have had NO rights to their children for thousands of years. This is outrageous!