Chabad Idolatry

A primary concern now among many non-Chabad rabbinic authorities is the promotion of idolatrous beliefs regarding the deceased Chabad rebbe among certain Chabad elements.

This site is NOT accusing all Chabad Chassidim of being idolators.

However, for those celebrating the rise of the Chabad movement, please open your eyes to the very problematic reality of the current Chabad movement.

The great rise and influence of certain radical messianic elements in Chabad threatens the destruction of classical Judaism as we knew it.

Using an extensive network of highly developed Internet sites, radical Chabad clergy are teaching a new form of Christianity to naive Jews who seek knowledge of authentic Torah principles.

This video is associating the deceased Chabad rebbe with the essence of God. This false belief is a rehash of another religion that appeared 2000 years ago.

The Lubavitcher Rebbe Is Atzmus U'Mehus

A few months ago I spoke with a prominent Torah scholar in Israel who told me that the Chabad movement is where Xtianity was 2000 yrs. ago!

In a video linked below, a Chabad rabbi teaches that the deceased Chabad rebbe is God (l'havdil) encased in a human body. Can anyone guess where have we heard this doctrine before? The claims of this Chabad Apostle are nothing less than idolatry IMHO.

"the rebbe is beyond our comprehension, the rebbe is Ein Sof...the rebbe is Elokus..."

Should a Lubavitcher chassid read biographies written about the Rebbe?

The death of the Chabad rebbe in 1994 has forced the extreme Chabad "Meshichistim" to invent utterly nonsensical and irrational claims, such as the notion that the deceased Chabad rebbe is a "Nasi HaDor" (leader of the generation) who cannot be seen. The Nasi in authentic Judaism can only be a living rabbi who is head of the Sanhedrin. There is no Sanhedrin today.

Was there ever a generation in history led by a Nasi who was not physically seen in this world?

The Rambam specifically states that Jews who believe God has a body have no share in the world to come.

By attributing supernatural powers to the deceased Chabad rebbe, the rebbe has been elevated to the status of a deity.

Certain Chabadniks are teaching doctrines that very much mirror the doctrines of the early "Jewish" Christians, who also had long beards and davened in "frum" synagogues while believing in a false "messiah" who appears, then dies, then reappears.

Not every Chabadnik believes that the Chabad Rebbe is the messiah or a supernatural being. However, a non-Chabad Jew who attends any particular Chabad house must carefully examine the doctrines being taught in that Chabad house to make sure a new form of Christianity is not being taught there.

There is no such belief in traditional Judaism of a "Moshiach" who appears, begins his mission, then he passes away, then he is resurrected and he completes his mission.

This false notion must be rejected by all Torah observant Jews.


Chabad Idolatry