Moshe, who is currently living in Afula with his maternal grandparents, Shimon and Yehudit Rosenberg and nanny Sandra Samuel, who saved him from the clutches of death from the Chabad House, knows that his parents fell victim to terrorists.
He also says goodnight and good morning to his 'eema' (mother) and 'abba' (father) each day at their photographs.
"He is very clever, very happy. He goes to the school and comes to this place everyday. He knows his mother and father are somewhere in the sky. Moshe knows. He says his parents are dead because terrorists killed them," said Shimon.
Every day Moshe wishes his parents before sleeping.
Every night he kisses the picture and says goodnight," Shimon says.
“No no, of course not," replies Moshe's grandmother Yudith on being asked if they forgave the terrorists. “We cannot forgive the men who killed my child, can I forgive them? No," she says.
"It makes me very very sad and angry because at that moment they could have escaped but they did not do it and I could have done," said Moshe's nanny.
Ironically Moshe's birthday comes three days after his parents death anniversary.