In any event, I've seen on more than one occasion, the term "Chillul Lubavitch."
I don't think any other sect of Judaism has such a term (i.e. I don't think Satmars go about complaining that someone is making a "Chillul Satmar," for example). It's obviously a take off of the term "Chillul HaShem."
Seeing this term, I have several questions:
- When did this term first get started?
- Is it commonly used in the Lubavitch community, or is it just a messageboard phenomenon.
- And, lastly, what, precisely, is it? One person (linked to above), states that a yeshiva bochur wearing jeans is a CL. Is it really? How is it different from a Chillul HaShem? Is Lubavitch's honor any more precious than HaShem.
(BTW, I'm not looking to attack Lubavitch in this post -- I'm really just hoping someone [maybe an insider] can give me more of an insight into this confusing terminology.)
Normally, I'd ask there directly, but it seems that there is a problem with my account... :)