In a heart warming gesture, Prime Minister Narendra Modi during on Wednesday met 26/11 survivor Moshe Holtzberg also known as ‘Baby Moshe’ in Jerusalem. On 26/11, Moshe was just two days away from his second birthday, when the terrorists stormed the Chabad House in Mumbai and the toddler lost his parents during the massacre that scarred the hearts of millions of people.
"Namaste, aapka swagat hai hamare desh mein (welcome to our country)", Moshe said, as he read out a short and emotional message for PM Modi.
PM Modi was seen keeping his arm around the little boy as he spoke about India, his parents and said, "Dear Mr Modi, I love you and your people in India."
11-year-old Moshe, who lost his parents in the Mumbai terror attacks on November 26, 2008, lives with his grandparents in Afula. "I love to play, I try to be a good student...Please continue to love me, always remember my parents", Moshe said.
"I hope I will be able to visit Mumbai. When I live there I will be the director of Chabad house." PM Modi assured, "Anytime you can come to India. Anytime you can go..."