Nariman House

Rabbi Nachman Holtzberg and Frieda Holtberg, parents of Rabbi Gabriel and daughter-in-law Rivka, who were killed in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, during a visit at the Nariman House on the second anniversary of the gruesome incident, in Mumbai.

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Three-year-old Moshe pays tribute to his parents Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg and Rivka who were killed during 26/11 attack on Chabad House in Mumbai, a year ago.

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Bullet infested wall and ceiling of Nariman House, the Jewish center where the attackers killed a rabbi and his wife are seen on the first anniversary of the attacks.

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Rabbi Shimon Rosenberg, father of Rivka Holtzberg who was killed in Mumbai terror attacks, prays after lighting a candle at Nariman House, the Jewish center in Mumbai. Rivka and her husband Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg, who ran the center for the Orthodox Chabad Lubavitch movement were among killed in terror attacks that killed 166 people one year ago.

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Rabbi Avraham Berkowitz, Director of the Chabad Mumbai Relief Fund, showing bullet marks on a wall right opposite Nariman House during a multi-faith candle light vigil in the memory of 26/11 terror attacks victims in Mumbai. Nariman House is the Jewish center where the terrorists killed a rabbi, his wife and a NSG commando in 2008.

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