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Moshe is Emotional on his visit to India

Moshe Holtzberg, the survivor of Mumbai terrorist attack in 2008 is feeling emotional and overwhelmed as he is going to visit to visit his birthplace in Mumbai. He will accompany Israeli PM Netanyahu who will be coming to India on an official visit.

Moshe, 11, was two-years-old when his parents were killed in the Mumbai attacks at Nariman House by Pakistan-based LeT terrorists.

He was saved by his nanny Sandra Samuel who hid him from terrorist.

“Moshe is very excited and at the same time emotional as he gets ready to leave for Mumbai on January 15. He is returning to his birthplace and is waiting to see many things connected to his late parents that he has heard about from us and his nanny. There are lots of memories,” an overwhelmed Rabbi Shimon Rosenberg, Moshe’s grandfather said.

It was during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel on July 5, Moshe expressed his wish to visit India.

Modi had responded by saying, “Come and stay in India and Mumbai. You are most welcome. You and your all family members will get long-term visas. So you can come anytime and go anywhere”.

It was after that the Israeli PM asked Moshe to join him on his visit to India.

Moshe is very much impressed by PM Narendra Modi and wishes to see him on his visit to India.


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