Did you possibly mean charade?
- n. a large missionary Hasidic movement known for their hospitality, technological expertise, optimism and emphasis on religious study
- n. a form of Hasidism practiced by Lithuanian and Russian Jews under communist rule; the beliefs and practices of the Lubavitch movement
“One Response to “mumbai chabad house victim anti-zionist” kei&yuri, nyarlathotep says:”
“An Iranian poster left this message: "tank you chabad no, we not free her in isfahen and iran. we scare all time. tank you. aver masoudi no rel name”
“Are you aware that the chabad Lubavitch sect of Hasidic Judaism teaches geocentrism?”
“November 30th, 2008 3: 42pm some facts coming out of Israel today: sole surviving terrorist - azam amir - told Indian police that 'they were sent with a specific mission of targeting Israelis at Chabad House (beit chabad) in order to avenge atrocities committed (yes you've guessed it) against palestinians (thought these asian' terrs 'would have enough on their plated avenging strocities in the Kashmir)”
“Actually, if the terrorists attacking the chabad house wanted publicity, it would seem that the bbc failed to oblige.”
“The situation is still changing at the Jewish chabad house where at least two gunmen are still inside.”
“Merliner · March 9th, 2007 at 11:36 am chabad kicks ass.”
“They day chabad.org has something shocking, then it will represent the whole lot.”
“Just think how we would react if the christian equivalent of chabad tried setting up a charter school.”
“David · April 16th, 2007 at 6:34 pm chabad has always been doing outreach in russia.”
Looking for tweets for chabad.