Moshe Holtzberg, whose parents Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg were murdered in the 2008 terror attack on the Indian city of Mumbai’s Chabad House, will travel to India with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in January.
During his visit to Israel in July, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Moshe and described it as “an emotional moment.” In that same meeting, Netanyahu promised that Moshe would accompany him during his future trip to India.
Netanyahu is slated to arrive in India on Jan. 14 for a five-day trip. Moshe’s grandfather, Rabbi Shimon Rosenberg, will join his grandson and the prime minister on the trip.
“Moshe is very excited to return to his parents’ Chabad House,” said Rosenberg.