The Chabad Lubavitch is a sect of Jews with a track record of corruption that reeks of Hell. Read what the Wikipedia tells us to find nothing. The Wiki gives them a soft ride but then the Wiki was set up by Jews with agenda. Then try the Failed Messiah to know. He passed that way. He swallowed the tales of sweetness and light then saw the ugly reality. He didn't keep his mouth shut. He talked so he was kicked out, excommunicated. He is on line feeding us the dirt and dirt there is aplenty. Some is at Failed Messiah on Paedophiles & Failed Messiah on Crime.
The evidence is too but the Main Steam Media are not interested. Thieving, paedophilia, fraud, perjury, perverting the course of justice, you name it, they are at it.
Chabad explained by the Wikipedia
Chabad-Lubavitch is a Chasidic movement in Orthodox Judaism. One of the world's larger and best-known Chasidic movements, its official headquarters is in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York. The organization is the largest Jewish organization in the world today.
The name "Chabad" (Hebrew: חב"ד) is an acronym for Chochmah, Binah, Da'at (חכמה, בינה, דעת): "Wisdom, Understanding, and Knowledge." "Lubavitch" is the only major extant branch of a family of Hasidic groups once known collectively as the Chabad movement; the names are now used interchangeably. The only other existing branch of Chabad is the Malachim. Other branches such as Strashelye, Bobroisk (Babruysk) and Kapust later re-integrated into the main fold of Chabad Lubavitch.
Chabad was founded in the late 18th century by Shneur Zalman of Liadi. The Lubavitch branch takes its name from Lyubavichi, the Russian town where the group was based until the early 20th century. Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn, the sixth leader, fled war-torn Europe for New York in 1940, where he established a synagogue. His son-in-law, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, turned the movement into a powerful force within Judaism.
Chabad maintains institutions in over 1000 cities around the world. By 2010, there were an estimated 3,600 Chabad Institutions worldwide, in 70 countries, providing outreach and educational activities for Jews through Jewish community centers, synagogues, schools and camps. 1,350 institutions were listed in the Chabad directory as of 2007.
The movement has over 200,000 adherents, and up to one million Jews attend Chabad services at least once a year. Chabad's adherents, known as Chabadniks (Yiddish: חבדניק) and/or Lubavitchers (Yiddish: ליובאוויטשער), follow Chabad traditions and prayer services based on Lurianic kabbalah. As Hasidim, they follow the Chassidus of the Baal Shem Tov.
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