Israeli media: Israeli settler charged with sexually abusing 105 girls

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- An Israeli Jewish settler is facing multiple charges of sex crimes, including rape and sexual harassment, against 105 victims most of whom are said to be underage girls.

Named by Israeli media as 26-year-old Uriah Asis, the settler is from Emmanuel, an illegal Haredi settlement in the occupied West Bank, which was the location of another scandal two days ago involving a resident who is wanted for 74 counts of child sexual assault and rape in Australia.

The suspect conducted most of his crimes online as he has been using for years a variety of online aliases to prey on women and underage girls.

Charges include alleged rape, sodomy, sexual harassment and holding and manufacturing obscene materials.

This is the second time in two days settlers of Emmanuel illegal settlement woke up to a serious sex scandal. On Tuesday Israel Police recommended indicting ultra-Orthodox leader Yaakov Litzman- who also serves as Israel’s Deputy Health Minister – for aiding an accused paedophile wanted in Australia for 74 counts of child sexual assault and rape.

The head of ultra-Orthodox party United Torah Judaism (UTJ) is suspected of having used his influence in Israel’s Health Ministry to influence the professional opinions of his subordinates regarding the case of Malka Leifer, wanted by Australian police for sex crimes committed in 2008. Her extradition was blocked after Jerusalem district psychiatrist ruled that Leifer was mentally unfit to attend an extradition hearing.

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