Kebabs are a dish made from small peices of spiced meat threaded onto a skewer and cooked over a flame. Kebabs are seen in many different cultures, and there are lots of varieties of kebabs where fruits and vegetables are also threaded onto the skewer.
Meat that has been cooked on a very large skewer and then sliced off and wrapped up with sauces and vegetables in some kind of bread is called a döner kebab.
Kneading is a way of mixing ingredients together to form dough. Kneading warms the dough slightly, and breaks the proteins in the flour down into gluten strands. When dough is kneaded enough it has a smooth, elastic texture. Dough that hasn't been kneaded enough won't rise as well when it is cooking, and will be hard instead of soft and fluffy.