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Wednesday, 3 Shevat, 5780
  |  January 29, 2020

India Grants Visa to Holtzberg Son

Moshe Holtzberg, the surviving son of the slain Chabad Shluchim in Mumbai, received on Wednesday an entry visa to India. Full Story

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So special!
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So special!

I have tears from reading this

Why a visa.
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Why a visa.

If he wss born there, he’s an Indian citizen!!!!!!

no 2
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no 2

took the words out of my mouth

to 2& 3
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to 2& 3

his mother probaby gave birth to him in Israel. too primitive there

To #1 &2
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To #1 &2

Not every country has on their laws that a child born there is automatically a citizen.
Even in the US, that law is only if the parents are there legally, which makes the children of illegal aliens, aliens themselves, but somehow no one takes the time to read the constitution and just grant them citizenship regardless.

Born there?
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Born there?

Probably was not born there but lived there! Was his home

Just FYI
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Just FYI

To #5. Anyone born in the USA is a citizen regardless of the status of their parents. Other countries, as you stated, have more restrictions.

sweet boy
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sweet boy

its incredible how world is thankful and love Jews

Definitely A honor to the Moshe he was named after and the family
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Definitely A honor to the Moshe he was named after and the family

That built the community of Rosh Pina. I will never forget our visit there for Rosh HaSHana when Rabbi Berkovitz and the meharvim of Moshe’s father told us the Story of Rosh Pina. May his grand parents and all of the Jewish COmmunity continue to have nachas from him

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