Baby Moshe to unveil 26/11 memorial in Mumbai on Tuesday
Mumbai : Baby Moshe who had survived deadly 26/11 terrorist attack has landed in Mumbai to unveil a memorial for the victims of the attack.
He will be unveiling the ‘living memorial’ on January 18 along with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
According to a report the work on the memorial is likely to be finished by its 10th anniversary then it will be open for the public also.
Moshe’s parents Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg were serving as directors at the centre, run by the Chabad-Lubavitch group, when they were killed along with six others.
Rabbi Israel Kozolovasky, who heads the centre said a portion of the fifth floor, with its damaged walls riddled with bullet, will be kept as it is while the fourth floor will be turned into a museum.
Moshe was just two year old when the attack had happened. He was saved by one of the Indian Army soldiers.