Chabad-Lubavitch, Skvere Judaism
 Hate All Non-Jews, Skvere Rabbis Say
 Known As A Politcal Fixer, The Skverer Rebbe Donates To Rubashkin Legal Defense Fund four leading Skver hasidim were convicted in 1999 of defrauding federal government programs out of $30 million dollars that were then used to support Skver institutions. (Two other Skverer hasidim fled indictment.)
Some sects of Hasidic Jews (Breslov) shave their heads, except for long locks that dangle past their jaws, called peyots, that they let grow along the side of their heads in front of their ears. Why would they do that? The bible has no such command requiring such a strange haircut. Hasidic Jews cite Leviticus 19:7, which states that they should not round the corners of their heads. That seems to be a command against the heathen tonsure pictured above. It is not a command to let the hair in front of the ears grow while shaving the rest of one’s head. Doing that is directly contrary to what the Old Testament law, which states: “Neither shall they shave their heads, nor suffer their locks to grow long.” (Ezekiel 44:20 AV) It must have taken some thought, but Hassidic Jews have figured out a way to both shave their heads and at the same time let their locks grow long. So at one time they contravene both prohibitions in Ezekiel; the prohibition against shaving their heads and the prohibition against letting their hair grow long. The Hasidic Jewish peyots are yet more proof of the truth of what Jesus said: “For laying aside the commandment of God, ye hold the tradition of men.” (Mark 7:8 AV)  Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great by Edward Hendrie
My final, more general example is, if possible, even more shocking than the others. It concerns the attitude of the Hassidic movement towards non-Jews. Hassidism - a continuation (and debasement!) of Jewish mysticism - is still a living movement, with hundreds of thousands of active adherents who are fanatically devoted to their 'holy rabbis', some of whom have acquired a very considerable political influence in Israel, among the leaders of most parties and even more so in the higher echelons of the army. What, then, are the views of this movement concerning non-Jews? As an example, let us take the famous Hatanya, fundamental book of the Habbad movement, one of the most important branches of Hassidism. According to this book, all non-Jews are totally satanic creatures 'in whom there is absolutely nothing good'. Even a non-Jewish embryo is qualitatively different from a Jewish one. The very existence of a non-Jew is 'non-essential', whereas all of creation was created solely for the sake of the Jews.  Solving the Mystery of Babylon the Great by Edward Hendrie
Michael Bloomberg visiting Munkacs Hasidic sect in Brooklyn
1994, G W Bush signs the Chabad Lubavitch’s Babylonian Talmudic Noahide Laws into the American legal system, to replace the Napoleaonic Law which has been American law since the beginning.
Ultra-orthodox Satmar Hasidic Jews synagogue pack the Congregation Yetev Lev D'Satmar in the town of Kirays Joel, New York. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters