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Mumbai Terror Attack (2008)

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Special section to remember the cruel murders of Gavriel (Gabi) and Rivky Holtzberg, beloved directors of Chabad of Mumbai. The story of the Holtzbergs' legacy of light.
The Story of Those Cruelly Murdered at the Mumbai Jewish Center
A glimpse into the life of Rabbi Gabi and Rivky Hotzberg—the Chabad emissaries to Mumbai, India.
I know that there are religions in which it's a great thing to die for your faith, and doing so makes you a saint or gets you a ticket to paradise. What is the Jewish view? Is a person supposed to die for his beliefs?
The Holtzbergs’ role in Bhagirath Prasad’s long journey home
The storm began when at eighteen, Bhagirath, emerging from his sheltered childhood, began to question his religious roots. Every home he’d visit boasted several idols . . .
Speaking from the site of Mumbai, India’s heavily-damaged Chabad-Lubavitch center, Canadian MP Jason Kenney said that the Nov. 26 attack should be a wake-up call to people around the world.
More than 5,000 people gathered in Jerusalem’s Mea Shearim neighborhood for a moving ceremony marking the conclusion of the first 30 days since the burial of the victims pulled from Mumbai, India’s central Chabad-Lubavitch center.
A spirit too strong for evil to vanquish
I recalled vaguely that there had been some Nashvillians visiting in Mumbai at the Oberoi restaurant, caught in the crossfire of terror. I tried to call one of them to invite her to our Menorah lighting.
Light returned to the city of Mumbai, India, on Thursday with a pair of public Chanukah menorah lightings organized by Chabad-Lubavitch at sites targeted in last month’s terror attacks that killed more than 170 people.
One month after a coordinated series of terror attacks brought life to a standstill in Mumbai, more than 600 people crowded in front of the city’s Gateway to India monument for a public Chanukah menorah lighting ceremony proclaiming that the goodness typi...
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.
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