Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written a heartwarming letter to a Israeli young boy who is the youngest survivor of 26/11 attacks in Mumbai. Pm Modi described Moshe’s story as a ‘miracle’ and said that it ‘inspires’ everyone. Moshe was a two-year-old child when the terrorists shot Moshe’s parents in front of him in the Mumbai attack.
“As you make this important transition and cross a significant landmark in the journey of your life, the courage of [nanny] Sandra [Samuel] and prayers of the people of India will continue to bless you for a long, healthy and successful life,” PM Modi wrote in his heartwarming letter
#EXCLUSIVE: Prime Minister @narendramodi writes a moving letter to the youngest survivor of 26/11 attacks Moshe Tzvi Holtzberg of #Israel. ‘Your story continues to inspire everyone. It is one of miracle and hope overcoming tragedy and immeasurable loss’, he writes. pic.twitter.com/BFm1kJyCGk— Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) December 2, 2019
Pm Modi said in His letter, “I warmly remember meeting you in Jerusalem, along with prime Minister Netanyahu. I hope that your wish to return some day to Chabad House (Nariman House) in Mumbai as its Director comes true.”