Baby Moshe, survivor of 26/11 terror attacks in India after 9 years

Baby Moshe Image: PTI

Mumbai, Jan 16: Moshe Holtzberg (Baby Moshe), who lost his parents in the 26/11 terror attacks, arrived here, on Tuesday. 

Moshe is accompanied by his nanny Sandra Samuel and Grandfather Rabbi Holztberg Nachman.

On day 1 of his visit, the 11-year-old unveiled a ‘live memorial’ for the victims of the 26/11 terror attacks at Chabad House, also known as Nariman House, where his parents Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg lost their lives.

Speaking to media at the Mumbai airport upon arrival, Nachman said “It’s a very special day. Thank God that Moshe could come again. Mumbai is a lot more safe now”.

Moshe arrived this morning from Tel Aviv and landed at the Mumbai airport at around 8.15 am.

Moshe will also visit the Taj and the Gateway of India.

The visit comes around six months after the young boy met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 5, 2017, and expressed a desire to visit the country.

Following this, India issued 10-year multiple entry visas to Moshe and his grandparents.


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