Chabad-Lubavitch emissary’s Budapest house stoned during Passover Seder

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Chabad Lubavitch emissary in Budapest, Hungary, was targeted in an anti-Semitic incident Tuesday night during the second Pessach seder, the ritual feast that marks the Jewish holiday of Passover.

Rabbi Shmuel Raskin, director of the Keren-Or Chabad-Lubavitch Israeli Center, said that about 50 people had gathered in his home when at around 11 pm, just as the festive dinner was drawing to a close, someone threw a rock into a street-facing window.

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