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I asked this question to Rabbi Dovid Rosenbaum, shlita, who said, "as bizarre as it sounds," the rapist would not lose his parental rights and would have the right to annul her vows.
The Rambam writes (Geneiva 9:5 (English)): הגונב את בנו או את אחיו הקטן, וכן האפטרופין שגנבו את היתומים שהן סמוכין אצלם, ובעל הבית שגנב אחד מבני ביתו הסמוכין על שולחנו, ומלמד תינוקות שגנב אחד מן הקטנים הלומדים אצלו--אף על פי שנשתמש בו ומכרו, פטור: שנאמר "ונמצא בידו" (שמות כא,טז), פרט לאלו שהן מצויין בידו. The following individuals are not liable ...
There is an extent to which a parent-owned object assigned to the use of a specific child is his, we give our children (and guests) Matzo on Pesach night which must belong to you see SA Horav OC Siman 454:9 and here then here in Mishnah Berurah 454:15 -even if they don't make a Kinyan (let's say we put it in their mouth)- they fulfilled their obligation. ...
Invite him over, show them through joyful song bit by bit how davening is precious. And most of all be a living example as teens look for hypocrisy with a magnifying glass.
It is not a Biblically accurate concept. Ask a Rabbi and they will tell you it is in Torah. It may be something pointing to Matrilineal Descent, but lets face it. In the Torah Jews relied on Patrilineal descent before and after the book of Ezra, but I believe it came to be around the destruction of the second temple when Roman soldiers raped Jewish woman ...
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