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Tributes paid to those killed in Mumbai 26/11 attacks in Israel

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| Updated: 26 Nov 2020, 10:57:00 AM

(Harinder Mishra) Jerusalem, 26 November (Language) Many events are being organized in Israel to pay tribute to those killed in the 26 November 2008 terrorist attack in India’s economic capital Mumbai. The people of Israel are condemning “Pakistan-backed terrorism” and demanding action against those who carried out the attack. Israeli citizens and Indian students paid tributes to those killed in the Mumbai attack in Jerusalem, Rehovot and Tel Aviv on Wednesday. Events to pay tribute to Thursday were planned in Birsheva and Eilat

(Harinder Mishra) Jerusalem, 26 November (Language) Many events are being organized in Israel to pay tribute to those killed in the 26 November 2008 terrorist attack in India’s economic capital Mumbai. The people of Israel are condemning “Pakistan-backed terrorism” and demanding action against those who carried out the attack. Israeli citizens and Indian students paid tributes to those killed in the Mumbai attack in Jerusalem, Rehovot and Tel Aviv on Wednesday. There are plans to pay tribute to Thursday in Birsheva and Eilat. A tribute program will also be held on Zoom via digital medium at eight o’clock Thursday night. Hundreds of people have registered to participate in the event. Isaac Solomon of Eilat, a coastal city south of Israel, told PTI, “Israel opposes every country that provides financial and other assistance to terrorists.” Pro-peace countries should come together to boycott diplomatic and financially pro-terrorism countries. This will help prevent terrorist incidents. ” He said, “It is a matter of pride for the people of Israel to have friendly relations with a country that is supportive of peace like India. We pray that our friendship be stronger. ” Ten terrorists of Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorist organization carried out 12 planned attacks on Mumbai on 26 November 2008. The shootings and bomb attacks killed at least 166 people, including six Jews. More than three hundred people were injured in this attack which lasted for four days. The people of Eilat have requested to build a memorial in memory of those killed in the Mumbai attack. In Eilat, representatives of an organization called the ‘Sitar Organization for Migrant Jews’ told PTI, “We have spoken to the mayor of Eilat, Mayer Itzhak Ha Levi for the memorial. The mayor stated that she is a member of a committee that decides on the road, etc. work. They said that they would be happy to help us. ” “Apart from this, he has also suggested to build an Indo-Israeli Friendship Chowk or Mahatma Gandhi Chowk where a stone can be installed as a memorial for those killed in the Mumbai attacks,” he said. The Telangana Israel Association organized an inter-religious prayer meeting to pay tribute to those killed in the Mumbai attacks in which a Jewish rabbi, a Hindu priest, a Christian priest and a Sikh Granth prayed for the peace of the souls of the dead. Sangh president Ravi Soma told PTI, “We believe in peace but are not going to succumb to terrorism.” The policy of zero tolerance towards terrorism is a welcome change under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. ” About 20 people from Telangana, working in Israel, gathered in Ramat Anthem and displayed posters and lit candles to pay tribute to those killed in the terrorist attack. Students of the Wiseman Institute and Ben Gurion University also paid tribute to the dead. People paid tribute to the civilians killed in the Mumbai attack with flags of India and Israel. Indian Embassy official Anita Nandini said, “Pakistan’s terrorists carried out these horrific attacks. They attacked a place where the people of our countries are together. The terrorists thought that by attacking such a place, they would be able to create distance between us. ” He said, “But he did not succeed in his plans and the governments and people of Israel and India became closer than before.” The ‘Indian Heritage Jewish Center’, headed by Avner Isaac, will hold a conference on Thursday at eight o’clock at night. It will be attended by India’s Ambassador to Israel Sanjeev Singla and Ambassador of Israel to India Dr. Ron Malaka.

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