Take a look at what really happened on 01.07.2014 in Klosterzimmern! Was it really a “site inspection” as the press was told? Was it not rather a massive police raid…100 police officers…20 employees of the Jugendmant…is this a site inspection?


Translation below.

Note that Havah is the author of “Diary of an Abused Girl,” telling of her terrible abuse at the hands of the Jugendamt. She was seized by police force 5 September 2013, two weeks later on 19 September when she first ran away to her parents in Wörnitz, and on 8 November when she, a Swiss citizen, was seized and extradited against her will (against the Swiss constitution) to Germany. She had run away a second time to grandparents’ home in Switzerland. She was not happy to see the police and the Jugendamt again!

Note also the scene at the end of one father talking to the police chief. Yes, “Laws change – that is correct  but the conscience doesn’t” — just as Sophie Scholl said seventy-one years ago. Hopefully, there are yet many in Germany among both the people and the rulers who are worthy to hear the secret counsel of the Most High where it is spoken to the hearts of men — in their consciences.

For the perverse person is an abomination to the LORD, but His secret counsel is with the upright. (Proverbs 3:32)


Havah: GO AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rachel: My daughter has already been taken by police twice even three times (with arm twisted on her back) and been threatened.


Havah: GET OUT OF HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Levi on Megaphone:

Why is this State arbitrariness/despotism taking place?


We never mistreated our children and there has never been evidence for it.

There is no basis for a removal of the children.

Why have the judges still not started yet with the court cases after 10 months?!!!

         Police take fifteen-year-old Addar to their van for refusing to show his identity card.


Several sisters cried out: “What is going on now? Hey — STOP!!!!”

(Moments later, the police released him.)

Labeshu: Conflicts are good. But you need to see that something might have went wrong in this whole series of events. What we try,.. we just want to make use of our right to live here in Germany…Laws change – that is correct  but the conscience doesn’t. They did it back then, and…There is a technic (plan) behind this.


Why do so many police come, who made this legal proceeding. (Who is behind all this?) The whole background…It happened to us in other countries as well, that we were persecuted in such a way. And there was one judge who stood up and said: “This is against our constitution.”

And then these responsible people, the governor and all those that were within this political scene – lost their position. It was brought to light, that it was all against the law.