Riding in the Annual Mitzvah Tank Parade In New York City, the Lubavitchers hold their annual mitzvah tank parade through Brooklyn and Manhattan. There are no floats, just 55 RVs plastered with the face of Rebbe Menachem Schneerson, the missionary Hassidic group's spiritual leader.
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Riding in the Annual Mitzvah Tank Parade

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Riding in the Annual Mitzvah Tank Parade

Riding in the Annual Mitzvah Tank Parade

Riding in the Annual Mitzvah Tank Parade

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In New York City, the Lubavitchers hold their annual mitzvah tank parade through Brooklyn and Manhattan. There are no floats, just 55 RVs plastered with the face of Rebbe Menachem Schneerson, the missionary Hassidic group's spiritual leader.