Gabi and Rivkah Holtzberg were a young, energetic couple who embraced life—its blessings and its sorrows—with an extraordinary combination of humility and strength.

It is part of what made so many of us want to rail in anger at the brutal, and horribly premature way that their lives were cut down.

We stand frustratingly small and helpless in the face of Gabi and Rivkah’s deaths. We cannot restore them to life, we cannot restore them to their little son, Moshele.

But we can at least act to ensure that Moshele will not endure material deprivation now that both his parents were taken from him. We can contribute to the Mumbai Chabad Fund, that will promise Moshele’s basic needs into adulthood. And we can contribute to help rebuild the Chabad House that Gabi and Rivkah lovingly built to serve as a welcoming home for Jewish people who were far away from their own homes.

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Father of Slain Mumbai Victim Says He Joined Israel's Family of Bereaved
Jerusalem , Israel -- Rabbi Shimon Rosenberg, father of Rifka Holtzberg who was murdered alongside her husband Rabbi Gabriel Holtzberg during the attack on the Chabad House in Mumbai last year, addressed a Memorial Day ceremony at the Mount Herzl military cemetery in Jerusalem on Tuesday.
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