Mumbai terror

Fears for repeat of Mumbai terror attacks

By Jennifer Lipman, December 24, 2010

Police in Mumbai are on high alert after receiving warning that members of the same terrorist group blamed for striking a Jewish centre and other locations in 2008 were planning to launch another attack.

The Mumbai police commissioner said they had been given warning that four militants from the Pakistan-based Lashkar-E-Taiba had entered the Indian city with the aim of repeating the carnage of November 2008, when more than 170 people were killed.

Over the two day killing spree, gunmen laid siege to the Taj Mahal hotel and a busy train station.

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Fears for repeat of Mumbai terror attacks

By Jennifer Lipman, December 24, 2010

Police in Mumbai are on high alert after receiving warning that members of the same terrorist group blamed for striking a Jewish centre and other locations in 2008 were planning to launch another attack.

The Mumbai police commissioner said they had been given warning that four militants from the Pakistan-based Lashkar-E-Taiba had entered the Indian city with the aim of repeating the carnage of November 2008, when more than 170 people were killed.

Over the two day killing spree, gunmen laid siege to the Taj Mahal hotel and a busy train station.

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Fears for repeat of Mumbai terror attacks

By Jennifer Lipman, December 24, 2010

Police in Mumbai are on high alert after receiving warning that members of the same terrorist group blamed for striking a Jewish centre and other locations in 2008 were planning to launch another attack.

The Mumbai police commissioner said they had been given warning that four militants from the Pakistan-based Lashkar-E-Taiba had entered the Indian city with the aim of repeating the carnage of November 2008, when more than 170 people were killed.

Over the two day killing spree, gunmen laid siege to the Taj Mahal hotel and a busy train station.

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Mumbai Chabad wrangle over attack site

By Anshel Pfeffer, December 2, 2010

The second anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks in India has been marred by a legal battle over the future of the Chabad House, the site of one of the attacks.

Six Jewish hostages at Nariman House, the Chabad Centre, were among 175 people killed by Pakistani terrorists on November 26, 2008.

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On this day: the Mumbai Terror attacks

By Jennifer Lipman, November 26, 2010

The world watched in horror as locations around the Indian city were taken siege by Islamic terrorists.

The Mumbai Chabad centre, along with the city’s main train station, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, and the luxurious Taj Mahal hotel, became scenes or bloodshed and trauma.

More than 170 people were killed in the attacks at sites across the city, including four Israelis and Jews from America and Mexico.

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Murdered Mumbai rabbi's father sues Pakistan intelligence agency

By Jennifer Lipman, November 24, 2010

The father of the Chabad rabbi who was murdered by terrorists in Mumbai two years ago is taking legal action against the Pakistani intelligence agency, the ISI.

Rabbi Nachman Holtzberg filed a wrongful-death lawsuit in a Brooklyn federal court.

The rabbi, whose son and pregnant daughter-in-law were killed during the two-day siege at the Indian Jewish centre in November 2008, is also suing the Pakistan-based terrorist group Lashkar-E-Taiba.

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Memorial dinner for victims of the Mumbai Terror attack

November 23, 2010

More than 200 members of the Lubavitch community in London marked the second anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks at a memorial dinner.

Rabbi Chanoch Gechtman, the new Chabad representative in Mumbai, paid tribute to Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivka, who were killed during the attack.

The organisers presented Rabbi Gechtman with a cheque for £20,000 to go towards the rebuilt Jewish centre in the Indian city.

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Hall of Fame: Sandra Samuel

September 13, 2010

"I hope I will honour the citizenship and love Israel. I would give my life, heart and soul for Israel.


"I've been given love by all of Israel and I hope I will learn to love the country as much as I love Gabi and Rivki"








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Mumbai's terror-hit Chabad House rebuilt

By Jennifer Lipman, August 31, 2010

Work has started on a Chabad House in the Indian city of Mumbai to replace the one damaged during the terror attacks” of November 2008.

At the new centre there will be a memorial to the six people who were killed in Nariman House when Islamist terrorists went on a murderous rampage.

The Chabad emissary Rabbi Gavriel Holztberg and his wife Rivka were killed, along with four visitors to the house. The couple were murdered just days before their infant son’s second birthday.

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Pakistan blamed for Mumbai terror killings

By Jennifer Lipman, July 14, 2010

An Indian government minister has directly accused Pakistan of masterminding “from beginning to end” the Mumbai terror attacks during which militants killed more than 150 people including a Chabad rabbi.

Indian Home Secretary GK Pillai told a newspaper that Pakistan's main intelligence agency, ISI had controlled and coordinated the three-day-long assaults in November 2008.

Although Indian officials have already implicated ISI, Mr Pillai said Pakistan had more than "just a peripheral role" and that the ISI chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed “knew everything."

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