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Jay Israel Snr calls women to share their rape and sexual abuse stories in the church

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Jay Israel Snr – 20.08.2020 – Credit Facebook

Pastor Jay Israel has announced yesterday during a live broadcast that he is starting a Christian #MeToo movement calling victims of rape and sexual abuse across Africa to come forward and share their stories.

ME Too movement stands against sexual harassment and sexual abuse where people publicize via social media allegations of sex crimes committed by powerful men.

Pastor Israel who publicly shocked the body of Christ with his confession that he was once invloved in the occult, leads the Back To Christ Movement for believers to leave cult organizations operating under the guise of a church.

In the Christian community, women who come forward with rape stories often face backlash from church goes and leaders because a pastor cannot be talked about, touch, not my anointed ones is the scripture used to silence victims of rape crimes.

“We are starting a movement, we are sending rapists to prison, we are going to help you open the cases”, Jay Said in the broadcast.

“If you feel confident you can tweet about it, post on Facebook or if you have been sexually abused, you can type #MeToo”, He said.

Tarana Burke is an American activist from The Bronx, New York who started the Me Too movement in 2006 by using #metoo to help other women with similar experiences to stand up for themselves.

Tarana Burke, founder of METOO movement

Jay Israel calls women who have been sexually abused by controversial self-styled pastors like Bushiri, Lukau, Uebert Angel, and others to come forward to get justice.

During the broadcast he also metionned that when he was dating a lady a few years back, Ubebert Angel allegedly asked the lady he was dating naked pictures, the lady told Jay that the pastor had asked for nude photos.

Rape is a type of sexual assault initiated by one or more persons against another person without that person’s consent. 

Jay Israel Snr – 20.08.2020 – Credit Facebook

Punishment for rape in most countries today is imprisonment and castration, some U.S. jurisdictions allow shorter sentences for sex criminals who agree to voluntary chemical castration.

In South Africa, rape is defined by the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007 (Act No. 32 of 2007).

While in The United Kingdom, the common law offence of rape was codified by section 1 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003.

In Nigeria, Busola Dakolo, the wife of the musician, Timi Dakolo, had accused senior pastor of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), Biodun Fatoyinbo of rape when she was still a minor, over 20 years ago.

Busola Dakolo in 2019 had accused COZA Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of rape, the case was dropped in 2020

The allegation or rape went viral on social media, with some saying it had triggered Nigeria’s #MeToo moment but the court case was dropped in 2020 for lack of evidence.

In Africa, rape cases against prominent figures do not last, it’s just a social media hype and people later forget the crux of the matters, women are truly rapped and sexually molested by pastors but never find justice especially in the Christian community.

Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo

Women are no longer safe in places of worship and the irony is that women are the ones who often go to church looking for prayers and solutions to their problems.

If you have been sexually abused by Bushiri, Uebert Angel, or any of their sons, please contact + 27 73 423 7723, to open cases of rape, women trafficking, sexual abuse, or email editor@nationscoops.com to share your story.

Are you a victim of sexual abuse, harassment and intimidation in the church?

THE REVOLUTION CONTINUES IT IS REVIVAL TIME PREPARATION FOR THE SECOND COMING #operationcleanupthechurch#FALSEPROPHETSMUSTFALL#BACKTOCHRIST

Posted by Jay Israel Senior on Thursday, August 20, 2020

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