Baby Moshe, his grandparents visit Chabad House in Mumbai
Moshe Holtzberg and his grandparents visited Nariman House also known as Chabad House in Mumbai, where his parents lost their lives in the 26/11 attack. This is Moshe's first visit to the Nariman House in over nine years.
Rabbi Holztberg Nachman, the grandfather of Moshe, said, " It's a very special day. Thank God that Moshe could come again. Mumbai is a lot safer now."
Rabbi Israel Kozlovsky, Chabad Mumbai Director told media, "We are very excited for the upcoming visit of Baby Moshe, who is no more a baby, where his life was miraculously saved by Indian Army. His visit to Nariman House is very emotional and sensitive so we want you to co-operate with us."
Moshe accompanying Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on January 18 for the inauguration of a memorial project dedicated to those killed in the 26/11 carnage.
Moshe was two years old when his parents - Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and Rivika - were killed during the siege at the Nariman House by 10 Pakistani terrorists in November 2008. The terrorists carried out the attacks over three days and killed 166 people.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had invited Sandra Samuels, the brave Indian nanny who saved Israeli child Moshe during the terror attack in 2008, for a meeting during his forthcoming Israel visit. India has given long-term visa to Moshe and his grandparents.
(With agency inputs)