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What A Scenario! Here’s Who Dug The Tunnels Under The Synagogue In NY As More Exit Points Are Revealed

The viral videos of the tunnel discovered at Chabad Lubavitch World Headquarters in Crown Heights have sent shockwaves across the internet.

After a chaos broke out at the Chabad Lubavitch World Headquarters in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, a lot of mystery and speculation hit the internet over the discovery of a secret tunnel . Viral videos of the unrest showed Jews demolishing wooden structures and mysteriously entering from a hidden subterranean tunnel.

Another shot displayed a member crawling out from what appears to be a hole connected to the synagogue, then walking out onto the NYC street.

Videos below:

They appear to be children size mattresses.
Is it possible they are involved in child trafficking?
Or maybe it’s just an underground storage facility?

Not only that, the tunnels were built under the woman’s section:

“Shock and horror in Crown Heights after a tunnel was found burrowed underground in the most unlikely of places, under 770 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights…

…The tunnel allegedly extended from the Mikvah under the Kingston Ave women’s section of 770, where it exited into the building.

While details on the tunnel remain scarce, and with some rumors spreading, it appears that a group of bochurim began digging around six months ago in an attempt to “expand 770”.

How deep does the rabbi hole go?

Having illegal underground tunnels connecting synagogues to Jewish children’s museums is totally normal.

Now exclusive video from inside the tunnels surfaced moments before the tunnels were sealed off:

What the HELL are high chairs doing in the hidden NYC Jew tunnels?

The tunnels were sealed off:

Now who dug the tunnels is really surprising.

NY Post reported that six renegade members of the Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic movement secretly began digging the 3-foot-high, 20-foot-wide, 50-foot-long tunnel themselves, using crude instruments and their hands. They stuffed the dirt into their pockets so that their work wouldn’t be detected by the sect’s leaders and wider community, a source in the orthodox community told The Post.

“You’ve seen the movie ‘The Shawshank Redemption’? That’s what these young men did at first: They dug and put the dirt in their pockets,” said Eitan Kalmowitz, a member of the Lubavitcher community in Crown Heights.

Later, the men, took up a collection and hired a group of migrant laborers to finish the job, Kalmowitz said, describing the workers as “Muslims and Mexicans.”

The workers lived at an abandoned building that contained a men’s ritual bath near Chabad world headquarters at 770 Eastern Parkway — known simply as 770 in the community — for the duration of the clandestine work, Kalmowitz said.

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