Recently, city investigators discovered an illegal tunnel beneath the global headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitcher Hasidic organization, measuring 60 feet in length and 8 feet in width. Building stability was jeopardized by the tunnel, leading to orders for interim evacuations and fortifications.

Charges and Arrests

Nine Hasidic Jews were taken into custody for obstructing the closure of a tunnel. Criminal mischief, reckless endangerment, and hindering governmental administration are among the charges. Videos show altercations with police while attempting to break through the tunnel’s entrance.

Jew Tunnel’s Relationship with the Children’s Museum

Given that one of the Jew tunnels is connected to a children’s museum nearby, suspicions are raised. The discovery of a baby high chair and stained child mattresses within the tunnel prompts questions about the individuals responsible for its construction as well as the tunnel’s intended use.

Five Jews were charged and later released without posting bail due to a court order that forbade any changes to be made below the Lubavitcher headquarters. The Chabad promised an inquiry, stressing the need of restoring the sanctity of the synagogue.

Motivations and Community Complaints

According to local accounts, the synagogue’s expansion may have been accelerated by the tunnel’s construction in response to complaints from the community regarding crowding. Construction techniques, builders, and motivations are still unknown.

Problems and Queries

Suspicions are heightened when questions about the tunnel’s relationship to the children’s museum are raised by the finding. Concerning the “vandalism of a group of young agitators,” Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, the leader of Chabad, emphasized the necessity for a comprehensive inquiry.

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