Last week’s terror attacks in Mumbai continue to reverberate with fond memories, mourning, questioning and soul-searching. Here’s a round-up of the latest reports and commentaries:
- At a synagogue in Mumbai, the 2- year old orphan who lost his parents at the Chabad House cries out for them.
- Chabad’ s pointman in Washington talked to the terrorists holed up in Mumbai.
- An Israeli professor remembers the Holtzberg’s last Shabbat in Mumbai.
- The Failed Messiah plays a Chabad conference call with its emissaries around the world.
- The BBC broadcasts video of Rabbi Holtzberg with his son, recorded just weeks before he was struck down.
- Jerusalem Post editor David Horovitz recalls the Holtzberg’s life of purpose.
- The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee’s India director tells NPR of the shock to the local Jewish community.
- For more on the Jews of India, see JTA’s story from earlier this year about how Indian Jews are staying put these days.
- The Israeli-based family of one of the Mumbai victims rejects an official Israeli memorial because they don’t believe in the state.