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Hundreds of people crowded in the small alley outside of Mumbai, India’s central Chabad-Lubavitch to witness a public Chanukah menorah lighting outside the six-story building destroyed in last month’s terror attacks.

Flames Carry Mumbai Menorah’s Light Skyward

Flames Carry Mumbai Menorah’s Light Skyward

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Hundreds of people crowded in the small alley outside of Mumbai, India’s central Chabad-Lubavitch to witness a public Chanukah menorah lighting outside the six-story building destroyed in last month’s terror attacks.

Standing 25-feet tall, the steel menorah was lit by a torch carried by Rabbi Nachman Holtzberg, father of Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg, the Chabad House director who perished alongside his wife Rivka.

At the Thursday evening ceremony, Chabad officials reiterated their pledge that the holy work the Holtzbergs’ devoted their life towards would not only continue, but increase. (Video: Shmuel Rivkin)



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June 25, 2012
Tragdey in Mumbai/india
terrorists can succeed to kill,destroy buildings, but they will never and ever be able to smash the will and determination of Jewish people. I've not seen any nation on earth so faithful to its belief other than Jewish. This nation stands more than four thousand years facing the same mentality and they will.
YOUSEF
sakaka, Saudi Arabia
November 28, 2009
May the Holy Light continue.
May the Holy Light that Rabbi and Rivka Holtzberg taught continue and increase. May they always be remembered.
Reyna Greenfield
Sacramento, CA
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