Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu meets baby Moshe at Nariman house in Mumbai

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu meets baby Moshe at Nariman house in Mumbai

Part of it will have a special area created to remember Moshe's parents - Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and Rivka. Together with Sandra Samuels, the nanny who saved the boy from the attacks at the age of two, the party returns to the Chabad House for the first time in nearly 10 years.

"He had planned to visit Mumbai when he turned 13, but that was advanced by two years after an invitation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Israel last year". The meeting at Chabad House was an emotional affair as Netanyahu kissed Moshe.

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu who is on six-day tour in India visited Nariman house today.

Moshe came down to Mumbai on Tuesday.

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Moshe, who landed here this morning from Israel, went to the iconic Taj hotel in Colaba, and then proceeded to Nariman House. His father, Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg, and mother, Rivka, were killed at Nariman House during the 2008 attacks. Holtzberg's parents were emissaries of the Chabad movement living in Mumbai at the time.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met CEOs and will later pay tributes to the November 2008 terror attack victims and attend a Shalom Bollywood event during his visit to Mumbai. "Bahut khushi (I am very happy)". "This is very important and there will be many more deals", says Netanyahu.

"Following the talks I had with my friend Prime Minister @NarendraModi, the Indian government has informed us that it is putting the Spike deal back on track".

Later, he will attend a gathering with the members of the small but prosperous Jewish community living in different parts of Mumbai. "I hope I will be able to visit Mumbai and when I get older, live there".