PM Modi to meet baby Moshe, Israeli survivor of 26/11 attacks

baby Moshe

New Delhi, June 29: The Indian Minister is slated to visit Israel due next week and apart from all the bilateral ties, this meeting will also mark a special meeting with a 10-year-old Israeli Child.

The child Moshe Hotlzberg, who survived the deadly Mumbai attacks held in 2008, 26/11. Then 2-year-old when the attack rocked the entire nation, the child lost his mother Rivka and father Holtzberg and 6 other Isreali Nationals also lost lives in the attack.

Terrorist outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba took the responsibility of the attack.

Moshe was rescued safely by his Indian caretaker Sharda from the attacks. Later both came to Israel.

Moshe Holtzberg
Two-year-old Moshe Holtzberg is held by his grandmother Yehudit Rosenberg and domestic help Jackie during a condolence prayer meeting in a synagogue, for those killed by armed militants at a Jewish centre in ‘Nariman House’ in Mumbai December 1, 2008. Moshe’s parents Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg, were among the five hostages killed at the center in ‘Nariman House and more than 144 people dead in Mumbai after the attacks by Islamist militants on luxury hotels and other sites in India’s financial capital. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)

He is now 10-years-old and lives with his grandparents.

This meeting will have an emotional note as Indian Ambassador to Israel expressed speculations of PM meetings meet Moshe.

Modi’s Israel visit will include a number of talks including on  Terrorism.

Wefornews Bureau

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