Mumbai's terror-hit Chabad House rebuilt
The scene that greeted rescuers at Nariman House after the siege
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.
More than 170 people were killed in shootings at sites across the city, including four Israelis and Jews from Mexico and America.