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Incest in the Bible refers to sexual relations between certain close kinship relationships which are prohibited by the Hebrew Bible. These prohibitions are found predominantly in Leviticus 18:7–18 and 20:11–21, but also in Deuteronomy. Jewish views on incest are based on the biblical categories of forbidden relationships and have been subject to rabbinic interpretations in the Talmud. (See also Forbidden relationships in Judaism.) The Karaites reject the authority of Talmudic opinions and interpret the biblical prohibitions differently. The various Christian denominations set their own categories of prohibited incestuous relationships, which have changed from time to time. (See Affinity (Catholic canon law).) The laws of many countries regarding prohibited relationships do not necessarily follow the biblical prohibitions nor those of any particular church. (See Laws regarding incest.)
In ancient times, tribal nations preferred endogamous marriage – marriage to one's relatives; the ideal marriage was usually that to a cousin, and it was often forbidden for an eldest daughter to even marry outside the family. Marriage to a half-sister, for example, is considered incest by most nations today, but was common behaviour for Egyptian pharaohs; similarly, the Book of Genesis portrays Sarah as marrying Abraham, her half-brother, without criticising the close genetic relationship between them, and the Book of Samuel treats the marriage of a royal prince to his half-sister as unusual, rather than wicked.
Leviticus 18:7–11 and 20:11–21 sets out lists of prohibited relationships, and two chapters later specifies punishments for such unions, but the second list of unions is much shorter than the first. Critical scholars regard the lists as having originally been independent documents, bound together at a later point. The Deuteronomic Code gives a yet more simple list of prohibited relationships – a man's parent's daughter (including his sister), a man's father's wife (including his mother), and a man's mother-in-law. In the Hebrew Bible, sexual relationships between siblings are forbidden to Jews but permissible to Gentiles (non-Jews).
The relationships prohibited by Leviticus 18 are:
The lists of prohibited relationships can be summarised as follows (the relations highlighted in red are those that are prohibited):
Grandfather's wife (including grandmother)
Sister-in-law (if the wife was still alive)
Wife's child's daughter (including granddaughter)
One of the most notable features of each list is that sexual relations between a man and his own daughter is not explicitly prohibited. Although the first relation mentioned after the Levitical prohibition of sex with "near kin" names that of "thy father", it must be taken into account that the Hebrew original text only addresses male Jews with regard to their female relatives. The Talmud argues that the absence is because the prohibition was obvious, especially given the proscription against a relationship with a granddaughter, although some biblical scholars have instead proposed that it was originally in the list, but was then accidentally left out from the copy on which modern versions of the text ultimately depend, due to a mistake by the scribe. The second list in the Holiness code noticeably differs from the first by not including the closer relatives, and it might be assumed that obviousness is the explanation here as well. One might argue that the explicit prohibition against engaging in sexual activity with a woman as well as with her daughter, implicitly forbids sexual activity between a man and his daughter. However, the rationale might suggest otherwise (the original text is unclear here), since it mentions only that "they" (i.e., the woman and the daughter) are related. John Calvin did not consider the father-daughter-relation to be explicitly forbidden by the bible, but regarded it as immoral nevertheless.
Apart from the case of the daughter, the first incest list in Leviticus roughly produces the same rules as applied in early (pre-Islamic) Arabic culture; in Islam, these pre-Islamic rules were made statutory.
Ezekiel implies that, in his time, marriage between a man and his stepmother, or his daughter-in-law, or his sister, were frequent. This situation seems to be the target of the Deuteronomic version of the incest prohibition, which only addresses roughly the same three issues (though prohibiting the mother-in-law in place of the daughter-in-law). Early rabbinic commentators instead argue that the Deuteronomic list is so short because the other possible liaisons were obviously prohibited, and these three were the only liaisons difficult to detect, on account of the fact that, in their day, a man's stepmother, half-sister, and mother-in-law usually lived in the same house as the man (prior to any liaison).
Also, cousins are not included in the lists of prohibited relationships. However, the Bible prohibits relationships with any close blood relative (Leviticus 18:6).
The biblical lists are not symmetrical – the implied rules for women are not the same – they compare as follows:
Grandparent's spouse (including other grandparent)
Half-sibling (on the mother's side)
Half-sibling (on the father's side)
Sibling-in-law (if the spouse was still alive)
Spouse's grandchild (including grandchild)
The Bible mentions a number of sexual relationships between close kin, most of which relate to the pre-Sinai period, before the handing down of the Mosaic law:
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The Latrobe Valley where a man abused his daughter and fathered her disabled children. Picture: News LimitedSource:News Limited
BEHIND the door of an ordinary house in a working class Australian suburb, a man abused his three daughters over two decades, offering them to other men for sex and making them perform acts with animals.
Inside at least three suburban houses in towns nestled in a major industrial Australian valley, one man started raping his 11-year-old daughter and then told her she was "damaged" and unlovable.
Sometimes he forced himself upon her twice a day.
For almost 30 years he kept her a virtual prisoner, fathering her four children who were all disabled.
A third case unfolded over four generations of a family which moved from state to state, always stopping in remote communities to avoid detection.
Eventually they came to rest in the hills behind a quiet rural village, where decades of inbreeding exploded into a horror story of degradation, squalor and rampant child sex under the approving gaze of three family matriarchs - a story which has shocked the world.
Now reports have emerged the damaged children of the squalid incest camp are exhibiting highly sexualised behaviour and acting inappropriately in their foster homes and institutions.
This woman's father imprisoned and raped her hundreds of times, telling her when she was 13 she was "damaged goo...Source:Supplied
Each of the three cases involved depravity inflicted on children who endured different types of abuse but suffered the same enforced secrecy, threats and lies.
And they are not isolated instances.
Every week in communities big and small across Australia, children are sexually abused by their relatives.
Leone Shiels, co-ordinator of the Incest Survivors Association, said 78 per cent of the one in three women and one in six men sexually abused before the age of 18, have a relationship with the offender.
Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show 43.7 per cent of children sexually abused before the age of 15 are the victims of a male relative, sometimes a father or stepfather.
The remote NSW campsite, where generations of inbred children from the same family lived in filth and had sex between the gen...Source:News Limited
More than 30 per cent are abused by a family friend, acquaintance or neighbour.
Ms Shiels receives calls from hundreds of incest victims each year and holds counselling sessions with more than three people a week, most commonly women aged from their late teens to early 30s.
But she said only one-in-seven reports of incest with a child ended in prosecution.
"Children become isolated due to the perpetrator's need to silence the child and to prevent the abuse from becoming known to the wider community," said Ms Shiels, who stressed she was referring to incest cases in general, and not any specific case.
"Threats, lies and manipulation are often used to ensure secrecy and continued involvement.
"In incestuous families, there are often rigid boundaries with regard to outsiders, leaving the child socially, psychologically and physically isolated.
The house in Amstetten, Austria, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned and raped his daughter for 24 years. Picture: AFPSource:AFP
"For many survivors of incest, there may be intergenerational incest within their family.
"However ... research indicates victimisation does not cause later reoffending: not all victims of sexual or physical abuse become perpetrators, and not all sexual offenders have experienced abuse as children."
Nevertheless, unless members of these families made a "conscious ... effort to change those patterns" the incest would continue.
"We do see family patterns move from one generation to the next," Ms Shiels said.
When details of incest cases do emerge publicly, as with the case of Josef Fritzl, the "Monster of Amstetten" who kept his daughter shackled in a cellar for 24 years and fathered her seven children, there is widespread shock and horror.
In another case, a businessman from the UK's steel city of Sheffield imprisoned his two daughters for 25 years, fathering nine of his own grandchildren and keeping his terrible secret from authorities by moving the girls around different houses in central England.
Father and daughter John and Jennifer Deaves confessed on television their sex life was "absolutely fantastic". ...Source:News Limited
Two separate cases which rocked Argentina were of 67-year-old Armando Lucero who began raping his daughter when she was aged just eight and fathered her seven children and Eleuterio Seria, 73, who kept his daughter as his sexual prisoner in a basement for 24 years.
In Australia, cases have included the South Australian fundamentalist church pastor who had sex with his two teenage daughters in order to "educate them how to be good wives" and John and Jennifer Deaves, the father and daughter who revealed on television their "absolutely fantastic" sex life and their love child.
But three incest cases in particular have caused widespread public consternation after it was revealed decades of debauchery perpetrated by otherwise "respectable" men virtually in front of neighbours and friends had taken place in ordinary towns and communities.
One caused the Victorian state premier to remark his constituents had "recoiled in horror" at the crimes.
These are Australia's villages where appalled locals learned they were living with the children of the damned - the young women forced into secret surrender to their perverted relatives.
Road into the South Australian community where a man forced his daughters to have sex with animals. Picture: News LimitedSource:News Limited
It lies between two highways on old vineyards and farmland subdivided little more than 30 years ago into housing blocks for hardworking Australian families.
While serious crimes have shocked residents, no case has so blighted the tiny community as that of the father and his cohorts whose actions a judge described as "abhorrent" and "unforgivable".
In 2007, the monstrous case of a 64-year-old man, his cousin and another retiree emerged in what has been described as the worst case of incest in South Australian legal history.
'Revolting' acts: the eldest of three South Australian sisters raped by their father, his cousin and friend and ...Source:News Limited
The abuse began in 1967, when the youngest girl was a six-year-old.
Over the next 23 years, the father forced himself on all three of his daughters. He offered each of them to his middle-aged cousin for sex and ordered one to have sex with one of his friends.
He also forced two of the girls into performing sexual acts with animals.
The abuse continued until the youngest sister was 29 years old, the father using emotional blackmail to inveigle his children into giving him sexual favours.
In pleading their defence at the South Australian District Court in 2007, even the three men's lawyers conceded the acts were "revolting" and had "robbed [the girls] of normal lives".
The Latrobe Valley where a man abused his daughter and fathered her disabled children. Picture: News LimitedSource:News Limited
He raped his daughter at least 1400 times, sometimes twice daily, and when she came home from school one day, a 13-year-old, he told her to go into the bedroom and undress.
"You're damaged goods," he said to her, "no one will want you now."
In at least three towns of Victoria's Latrobe Valley, the man aggressively subdued his daughter and made her his sexual slave.
Across central Gippsland, he pursued her. Over the years, the girl tried to run away. The Victorian Social Welfare Department opened a file on her, but her father wouldn't let up.
On one occasion when she refused him, a court later heard, he grabbed her around the throat, pushed her against the wall, punched her three times in the stomach and said, "I'll teach you to knock me back".
At the time of the man's eventual trial, her father had hounded her sexually for two-thirds of her life.
Behind this door, a Victorian man abused his own daughter for almost three decades. Picture: News LimitedSource:News Limited
As the crown prosecutor said: "The offender had sexual intercourse with [his daughter] wherever and whenever he wanted. She was unable to move out of the house because the offender threatened to kill her if she did."
Neighbours held grave suspicions, but did nothing.
The girl was an overweight, meek teenager who appeared afraid of her tall, bearded father.
One woman said, "I didn't go to anybody because it wasn't anybody's business."
The girl gave birth to four of her father's children. One, a girl, died soon after birth from severe brain and respiratory deformities. Two of her surviving children, all boys, are seriously intellectually disabled and the other has a speech impediment and is socially inept.
None of the children had a father's name on their birth certificate.
A former friend and neighbour said the children call the man "Daddy" and the woman would refuse to go out without her father's permission.
"To me, she never had a life," the friend said. "Her Dad was the domineering man over her.
"One day I was out the front and one of the kids said, 'Daddy, can we go up the road and ride our bikes?' I thought, 'Daddy?'. It didn't sound right to me. It was on the grapevine that he was ... the daddy of all the kids."
Even after the woman managed to leave home, her father continued to visit, staying the night and exercising a powerful emotional hold over her.
Neighbours of the woman's new location observed the father "ran the house".
A woman called Lynne remembered asking the woman whether she wanted to go to bingo, to which the woman replied, "Oh no, Dad won't let me".
"I thought, 'Dad won't let you?' and you're in your 30s?" Lynne said, "it didn't make sense to me."
The woman's mother claimed to know nothing of the incestuous relationship which had begun in their four-bedroom family home.
Following her husband's arrest, the woman was asked who she thought fathered her daughter's children. The woman said her daughter had been "vague" on the subject, saying "she used to say something about going out to nightclubs and meeting a fella, but then she would clam up".
"One day she just upped and left," the mother said of her daughter. "I haven't seen her for years. the first I knew of all this is when they came and arrested [my husband]."
After police arrested the father on charges of abusing his daughter, he responded with, "I'll kill the bitch".
His trial prosecutor later told the court the man had remained "wholly absent" of remorse and claimed: "I tried to stop, but she said no".
The cubby house where brothers and sisters had underage sex at the remote NSW camp where generations of inbred children were ...Source:News Limited
It was the case which shocked the world. And the social reverberations among the children who were the victims are even more shocking.
In the hills behind a sleepy country town in NSW, four generations of incest and depravity was uncovered.
Uncles were having sex with nieces, aunts with nephews, and the children were the product of inbreeding over decades between fathers and daughters and brothers and sisters.
The family had moved from town to town to evade detection.
On the filthy NSW property, the children were kept isolated from neighbours, not allowed to attend school, but allowed to engage in sexual debauchery under the approving eye of the family's three matriarchs.
The children removed from this remote NSW campsite are shocking their new foster carers with their sexual behaviour. Picture:...Source:News Limited
Many of the children have now been removed to foster or institutional care and, the NSW Children's Court said, coping with varying degrees of success and failure.
Incest Survivors Association co-ordinator, Leone Shiels, said in cases such as the NSW family, the children would struggle to lead a normal life.
"Although it is totally appropriate and necessary social services removed children from families where incest is occurring, many children experience detrimental short and long term effects," she said.
"Many children entering foster care may experience grief at the separation and loss of relationship with their natural parents, even when there has been abuse."
NSW children's authorities ordered the children from the incest camp cease contact with many of their cousins and uncles and only have limited, supervised meetings with their mothers.
Ms Shiels said the children would show signs of "depression, aggression or withdrawal" or "severe detachment orders" which manifested with "signs of sleep disturbance, hoarding food, excessive eating and rocking".
The NSW Children's Court reported the youngest of the children had been "raised in an isolated and secluded environment, cut off from wider society".
The court said the children were acting up with their new carers.
Cindy, the youngest child who is now about eight years old, has been observed playing with herself in the showers and told her carers her cousin Dwayne, then a nine-year-old, taught her how to do it.
She often "tried to kiss the male carer on the lips and was defiant when told this was inappropriate," the court said.
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