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Noun1.Lubavitch - a town in Belarus that was the center of the Chabad movement for a brief period during the 19th century
Belarus, Belorussia, Byelarus, Byelorussia, Republic of Belarus, White Russia - a landlocked republic in eastern Europe; formerly a European soviet
2.Lubavitch - a large missionary Hasidic movement known for their hospitality, technological expertise, optimism and emphasis on religious study
religious movement - a movement intended to bring about religious reforms
Lubavitcher - a member of the Lubavitch movement; a follower of Chabad Hasidism
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But one can well understand those Orthodox who might counter that if he is prepared for constructive dialogue with the doctrinal heresy of Reform and Conservative Jews, why not try the same, first with Lubavitch non-messianists, with whom Berger has no dispute, to help them confront the messianists within their own ranks?
Here, a leading force towards the development is Rabbi Ben Tzion Krafnianski, the director of the observant Chabad Lubavitch inclusionist congregation.
In Mount Kisco, NY, The Fruit Ranch took 3,700 square feet and Chabad Lubavitch Jewish Enrichment Center leased 1,200 square feet, both on North Bedford Road; and Mount Kisco Sports leased 1,800 square feet on South Moger Avenue.
Among the bodies were those of Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg, who ran the centre, and his wife, the Chabad Lubavitch organisation said.
He was honored by the Lubavitch Youth Organization and is a supporter of the Reconstructionist American College.
More than 100,000 people visited a memorial tent in New York City for the 20th anniversary of the death of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, Rebbe of Lubavitch, the New York Police Department said Tuesday.
Last night, about two dozen people took a break from cleaning out their cupboards of the tiniest breadcrumbs before Passover to attend a "Halachic Pre-nup/Post-nup Party" at Chevra Ahavas Yisroel, a Lubavitch synagogue in Crown Heights known for its "strict policy of no policy," as its spiritual leader Rabbi Chezzie Denebeim puts it.