Moshe Holtzberg


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  • 26/11 Survivor Moshe "Touched" By PM Modi's Letter, His Grandfather Says

    26/11 Survivor Moshe "Touched" By PM Modi's Letter, His Grandfather Says

    Moshe Tzvi Holtzberg, who was two-and-a-half years old when his parents were killed by Pakistani terrorists in their Mumbai home in November 2008, was "touched" by the heartwarming letter sent by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his coming-of-age ritual Bar Mitzvah, his grandfather said.

  • "Time Heals, They Say, But...": Baby Moshe's Grandfather On 26/11

    "Time Heals, They Say, But...": Baby Moshe's Grandfather On 26/11

    "Time heals", they say. But for Rabbi Shimon Rosenberg -- the grandfather of Moshe Holtzberg who survived the 26/11 carnage at the age of two, having lost his parents to the terror attack on the Nariman House -- time could not heal their trauma despite a decade having passed since the tragedy struck the family.

  • Nanny Who Saved Baby Moshe During 26/11 Wants Nariman House 'Scars' Wiped

    Nanny Who Saved Baby Moshe During 26/11 Wants Nariman House 'Scars' Wiped

    Sandra Samuel, the nanny who saved the life of two-year-old Moshe Holtzberg during the November 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, laments that the 'scars' of Chabad House have not been wiped out even 10 years later. Ms Samuel, 54, wonders why the terror attack 'scars' are still there in the five-storeyed Jewish centre in Colaba, now renamed as Nariman Li...

  • "Didn't Do Anything Special," Says Moshe's Nanny Who Helped Him Escape 26/11 Unhurt

    "Didn't Do Anything Special," Says Moshe's Nanny Who Helped Him Escape 26/11 Unhurt

    Describing herself as a "simple Indian woman", Sandra Samuels, who as a nanny saved the life of then two-year-old Moshe Holtzberg during 26/11 terror attacks, on Thursday said she doesn't feel she did anything special.

  • Chabad House A Blend Of Love And Hate, Says Israeli PM

    Chabad House A Blend Of Love And Hate, Says Israeli PM

    11-year-old Moshe Holtzberg by his side, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday opened a memorial at the Nariman House for the victims of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people including Moshe's parents. Calling Nariman House, also known as Chabad House, a blend of love and hate, Mr Netanyahu said, "Moshe's parents showed a...

  • Benjamin Netanyahu Mumbai Visit Highlights: Israel Loves Bollywood, I Love Bollywood, Says Netanyahu

    Benjamin Netanyahu Mumbai Visit Highlights: Israel Loves Bollywood, I Love Bollywood, Says Netanyahu

    The Israeli prime minister landed at Mumbai airport on Wednesday night for the Mumbai leg of his six-day India visit. Some top industrialists, businessmen and top banking officials at the 'power breakfast' included Anand Mahindra, Ajay Piramal, Adi Godrej, and Chanda Kochhar. PM Netanyahu attended the much-anticipated "Shalom Bollywood" event that ...

  • "I Dream Of A Big 'I' That's India," Says PM Modi at iCreate: 10 Points

    "I Dream Of A Big 'I' That's India," Says PM Modi at iCreate: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a day in his home state Gujarat, holding an 8-km roadshow to Mahatma Gandhi's ashram in Sabarmati, and attending several other functions. As in Delhi, PM Modi had gone to the Ahmedabad airport this morning to receive the Israeli leader, whom he referred to as hi...

  • 26/11 Attack Site Nariman House To Be Converted Into 'Living Memorial': 10 Facts

    26/11 Attack Site Nariman House To Be Converted Into 'Living Memorial': 10 Facts

    The Nariman House, also called Chabad House, that was under siege during the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, is being converted into a 'living memorial' dedicated to those killed in the carnage. A formal announcement on the memorial, being set up by Jewish organisation Chabad-Lubavitch, will be made during the Mumbai visit of Israeli Prime Minister Ben...

  • Moshe, In Mumbai For The First Time After 26/11, Says "Bahut Khushi"

    Moshe, In Mumbai For The First Time After 26/11, Says "<i>Bahut Khushi</i>"

    Moshe Holtzberg, the Israeli child who lost his parents in the 26/11 terror attack in Mumbai and was known to millons of Indians as "Baby Moshe" , is back in the city again. The boy -- who was just two years old when his nanny snatched him away to safety from the side of his dead parents at Chabad House -- is now 11.

  • 'Baby' Moshe Mumbai Visit LIVE Updates: Moshe Holtzberg, 26/11 Terror Attack Survivor, Now 11, Visits Nariman House

    'Baby' Moshe Mumbai Visit LIVE Updates: Moshe Holtzberg, 26/11 Terror Attack Survivor, Now 11, Visits Nariman House

    Moshe Holtzberg, the Israeli child who as a toddler survived the 2008 terror attack at a Jewish centre in Mumbai,has returned to Mumbai this morning, nine years after his parents were shot dead by terrorists from Pakistan. Moshe will be at the Chabad House on Thursday, when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is on a six-day visit to Ind...

  • 9 Years After Parents' Death In 26/11 Attacks, Moshe Arrives In Mumbai

    9 Years After Parents' Death In 26/11 Attacks, Moshe Arrives In Mumbai

    Moshe Holtzberg, Baby Moshe to all who know him, has returend to Mumbai this morning, nine years after his parents were shot dead by terrorists from Pakistan who attacked the city on November 26, 2008. He had planned to travel to Mumbai when he turns 13, but that plan got fast-forwarded by two years following an open invitation by Prime Minister Na...

  • Benjamin Netanyahu Trip Highlights India's Tiny Jewish Community

    Benjamin Netanyahu Trip Highlights India's Tiny Jewish Community

    Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu makes an emotional visit this week to a Jewish centre targeted in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, in a trip that India's tiny and shrinking Jewish community hopes will boost its profile.

  • Baby Moshe Takes PM Modi Up On His Invite, Will Be In Mumbai This Week

    Baby Moshe Takes PM Modi Up On His Invite, Will Be In Mumbai This Week

    Moshe Holtzberg, the Israeli child who as a toddler survived the 2008 terror attack at a Jewish centre in Mumbai, had an open invitation from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit the country. He had then planned to travel to his home in the city, Chabad House when he turns 13.

  • PM Modi Hosts Private Dinner For "Friend" Benjamin Netanyahu: 10 Points

    PM Modi Hosts Private Dinner For "Friend" Benjamin Netanyahu: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who broke protocol to receive his "friend" Benjamin Netanyahu at the airport in Delhi on Sunday, ended the day by hosting a private dinner for him. Mr Netanyahu, the first Israeli Prime Minister to visit India in more than a decade, had landed in Delhi with wife Sara Netanyahu and a 130-member business delegation. Mr N...

  • 26/11 Survivor Moshe Holtzberg Emotional About Visiting Mumbai

    26/11 Survivor Moshe Holtzberg Emotional About Visiting Mumbai

    Moshe Holtzberg, the Israeli child who as a toddler survived the 2008 terror attack at a Jewish centre in Mumbai, is feeling "emotional and excited" as he prepares to visit his birthplace during the four day visit to India by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu later this month.

'Moshe Holtzberg' - 6 Video Result(s)

'Moshe Holtzberg' - 21 News Result(s)

  • 26/11 Survivor Moshe "Touched" By PM Modi's Letter, His Grandfather Says

    26/11 Survivor Moshe "Touched" By PM Modi's Letter, His Grandfather Says

    Moshe Tzvi Holtzberg, who was two-and-a-half years old when his parents were killed by Pakistani terrorists in their Mumbai home in November 2008, was "touched" by the heartwarming letter sent by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his coming-of-age ritual Bar Mitzvah, his grandfather said.

  • "Time Heals, They Say, But...": Baby Moshe's Grandfather On 26/11

    "Time Heals, They Say, But...": Baby Moshe's Grandfather On 26/11

    "Time heals", they say. But for Rabbi Shimon Rosenberg -- the grandfather of Moshe Holtzberg who survived the 26/11 carnage at the age of two, having lost his parents to the terror attack on the Nariman House -- time could not heal their trauma despite a decade having passed since the tragedy struck the family.

  • Nanny Who Saved Baby Moshe During 26/11 Wants Nariman House 'Scars' Wiped

    Nanny Who Saved Baby Moshe During 26/11 Wants Nariman House 'Scars' Wiped

    Sandra Samuel, the nanny who saved the life of two-year-old Moshe Holtzberg during the November 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, laments that the 'scars' of Chabad House have not been wiped out even 10 years later. Ms Samuel, 54, wonders why the terror attack 'scars' are still there in the five-storeyed Jewish centre in Colaba, now renamed as Nariman Li...

  • "Didn't Do Anything Special," Says Moshe's Nanny Who Helped Him Escape 26/11 Unhurt

    "Didn't Do Anything Special," Says Moshe's Nanny Who Helped Him Escape 26/11 Unhurt

    Describing herself as a "simple Indian woman", Sandra Samuels, who as a nanny saved the life of then two-year-old Moshe Holtzberg during 26/11 terror attacks, on Thursday said she doesn't feel she did anything special.

  • Chabad House A Blend Of Love And Hate, Says Israeli PM

    Chabad House A Blend Of Love And Hate, Says Israeli PM

    11-year-old Moshe Holtzberg by his side, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday opened a memorial at the Nariman House for the victims of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people including Moshe's parents. Calling Nariman House, also known as Chabad House, a blend of love and hate, Mr Netanyahu said, "Moshe's parents showed a...

  • Benjamin Netanyahu Mumbai Visit Highlights: Israel Loves Bollywood, I Love Bollywood, Says Netanyahu

    Benjamin Netanyahu Mumbai Visit Highlights: Israel Loves Bollywood, I Love Bollywood, Says Netanyahu

    The Israeli prime minister landed at Mumbai airport on Wednesday night for the Mumbai leg of his six-day India visit. Some top industrialists, businessmen and top banking officials at the 'power breakfast' included Anand Mahindra, Ajay Piramal, Adi Godrej, and Chanda Kochhar. PM Netanyahu attended the much-anticipated "Shalom Bollywood" event that ...

  • "I Dream Of A Big 'I' That's India," Says PM Modi at iCreate: 10 Points

    "I Dream Of A Big 'I' That's India," Says PM Modi at iCreate: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a day in his home state Gujarat, holding an 8-km roadshow to Mahatma Gandhi's ashram in Sabarmati, and attending several other functions. As in Delhi, PM Modi had gone to the Ahmedabad airport this morning to receive the Israeli leader, whom he referred to as hi...

  • 26/11 Attack Site Nariman House To Be Converted Into 'Living Memorial': 10 Facts

    26/11 Attack Site Nariman House To Be Converted Into 'Living Memorial': 10 Facts

    The Nariman House, also called Chabad House, that was under siege during the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, is being converted into a 'living memorial' dedicated to those killed in the carnage. A formal announcement on the memorial, being set up by Jewish organisation Chabad-Lubavitch, will be made during the Mumbai visit of Israeli Prime Minister Ben...

  • Moshe, In Mumbai For The First Time After 26/11, Says "Bahut Khushi"

    Moshe, In Mumbai For The First Time After 26/11, Says "<i>Bahut Khushi</i>"

    Moshe Holtzberg, the Israeli child who lost his parents in the 26/11 terror attack in Mumbai and was known to millons of Indians as "Baby Moshe" , is back in the city again. The boy -- who was just two years old when his nanny snatched him away to safety from the side of his dead parents at Chabad House -- is now 11.

  • 'Baby' Moshe Mumbai Visit LIVE Updates: Moshe Holtzberg, 26/11 Terror Attack Survivor, Now 11, Visits Nariman House

    'Baby' Moshe Mumbai Visit LIVE Updates: Moshe Holtzberg, 26/11 Terror Attack Survivor, Now 11, Visits Nariman House

    Moshe Holtzberg, the Israeli child who as a toddler survived the 2008 terror attack at a Jewish centre in Mumbai,has returned to Mumbai this morning, nine years after his parents were shot dead by terrorists from Pakistan. Moshe will be at the Chabad House on Thursday, when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is on a six-day visit to Ind...

  • 9 Years After Parents' Death In 26/11 Attacks, Moshe Arrives In Mumbai

    9 Years After Parents' Death In 26/11 Attacks, Moshe Arrives In Mumbai

    Moshe Holtzberg, Baby Moshe to all who know him, has returend to Mumbai this morning, nine years after his parents were shot dead by terrorists from Pakistan who attacked the city on November 26, 2008. He had planned to travel to Mumbai when he turns 13, but that plan got fast-forwarded by two years following an open invitation by Prime Minister Na...

  • Benjamin Netanyahu Trip Highlights India's Tiny Jewish Community

    Benjamin Netanyahu Trip Highlights India's Tiny Jewish Community

    Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu makes an emotional visit this week to a Jewish centre targeted in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, in a trip that India's tiny and shrinking Jewish community hopes will boost its profile.

  • Baby Moshe Takes PM Modi Up On His Invite, Will Be In Mumbai This Week

    Baby Moshe Takes PM Modi Up On His Invite, Will Be In Mumbai This Week

    Moshe Holtzberg, the Israeli child who as a toddler survived the 2008 terror attack at a Jewish centre in Mumbai, had an open invitation from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit the country. He had then planned to travel to his home in the city, Chabad House when he turns 13.

  • PM Modi Hosts Private Dinner For "Friend" Benjamin Netanyahu: 10 Points

    PM Modi Hosts Private Dinner For "Friend" Benjamin Netanyahu: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who broke protocol to receive his "friend" Benjamin Netanyahu at the airport in Delhi on Sunday, ended the day by hosting a private dinner for him. Mr Netanyahu, the first Israeli Prime Minister to visit India in more than a decade, had landed in Delhi with wife Sara Netanyahu and a 130-member business delegation. Mr N...

  • 26/11 Survivor Moshe Holtzberg Emotional About Visiting Mumbai

    26/11 Survivor Moshe Holtzberg Emotional About Visiting Mumbai

    Moshe Holtzberg, the Israeli child who as a toddler survived the 2008 terror attack at a Jewish centre in Mumbai, is feeling "emotional and excited" as he prepares to visit his birthplace during the four day visit to India by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu later this month.

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