Eilat / Birsheva. The Jewish center Chabad unveiled a plaque in memory of the six Jews killed in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks at their prayer house in Israel 's southern coastal city of Eilat and demanded the perpetrators of the massacre. First Secretary Rohit Mishra at the Indian Embassy in Rav Hech and Israel unveiled the plaque on a wall inside the prayer hall. On Thursday, in a 3A shaped plaque written by Mishra, "In memory of the martyrs Rabbi Gavriel Noa and Rivka Holtsburg in the terrorist attacks at Chabad House, Mumbai in India ..".
The plaque further read, "Our four guests Rabbi Gavriel Taitelbom, Norma Ravinovic, Ben Zion Kurman, Yoched Orpaz, also stayed at Chabad House at the time of the attack. May his soul be tied in a divine bond. ”This message written on a plastic plaque was personally written by Rav Hecht. Significantly, ten terrorists of Pakistani terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) carried out 12 terror attacks across Mumbai for four days. The attacks on 26 November 2008 killed at least 166 people, including six Americans and nine terrorists, and injured more than 300 people. Taj Mahal Hotel, Oberoi Hotel, Leopold Cafe, Nariman (Chabad) House and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Railway Station etc. were targeted.