I suggest you read the whole article which is very interesting. Other than the story itself, I was amused by the writer's description of Haredim and Israel:
But now the Hasidic sect in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts has become the focus of attention since two teenaged girls headed here were stopped by Canadian authorities and sent back home.
The girls, aged 15 and 13, were forcibly detained by Canadian immigration officials in Montreal and returned to Israel apparently under order of an Israeli court.
The girls’ great-uncle had petitioned for the writ out of concern that the girls would be harmed by the group in Canada, that their property would be taken, and that they could be forced to wed male members of the Lev Tahor sect. In Israel, the sect is sometimes called the Jewish Taliban because of the way the women dress.
The spiritual leader of Lev Tahor in Canada, Rabbi Shlomo Elbarnes, opened his study to a journalist on Wednesday to deny that he is coercing anyone to come to his community. He insisted anyone is free to leave.
Even in Israel, where almost everyone wears black, the “Taliban women,” as they are called, stand out. They are not popular.I guess I must be an exception to the "almost everyone" wearing black.
While Hasidic men, noted for their curled sidelocks, dress in black suits and formal black hats, and Hasidic women wear black head scarves, black skirts, black stockings and black shawls over white and grey tops, in Israel the women of Lev Tahor are dressed totally in black, including their faces.
Needless to say while black is a popular colour in Hasidic circles, this description of women clothing is false.
Some of the comments are also interesting:
1:47 AM on October 6, 2011
Just when you think the world couldn't possibly be any weirder....
...along come the Jewish Taliban...
JDonston2:18 AM on October 6, 2011
This sect doesn't have much respect for men, does it? If they believe that even catching a glimpse of a woman makes a man completely lose control of himself, it sounds like they have a very poor opinion of men and their basic competency.
This last comment is actually spot on. Sadly it might be correct not just about the sect, but on large parts of the "tznius" movement.
For those of you wondering how this deranged Rabbi got "Refugee status" in Canada, here is the Immigration board ruling.
 As mentioned by the Board, the evidence revealed that the respondent believes and teaches that the existence of the State of Israel is an insult to the teachings of the Torah (the Bible); that the State must cease to exist because it should not have become a nation before the coming of the Messiah; that Arab domination of the land must be accepted by Jews and that they must leave Israel or perish.
 Given the State relation with Arabic citizens and given the fact that the respondent preached that the Arab domination must be accepted, I understand why the Board concluded that state protection would not be available. After carefully looking at the evidence adduced, I cannot conclude that the Board committed a patently unreasonable error in concluding that even though Israel is a democratic country that the Israeli government would not have offered protection to the respondent. His religious belief and opinion are against the mere existence of Israel as an independent country
In other words - he had to be protected because he preached anti zionist propaganda. This is nonsense - Israel is full of AntiZionists even in the knesset. It does however strengthen my view that this is not the "Jewish Taliban" sect. The Burqa cult does not seem to have an Anti-Zionist agenda.