Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, Chairman of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch, toured Nariman House, the heavily-damaged structure that once housed the Mumbai’s Chabad House, on Wednesday.
The Brooklyn, NY-based Krinsky was in India to mark a year since the 26/11 massacre that killed Chabad Rabbi Gabi and Rivky Holtzberg and another 4 Jews.
Rabbi Krinsky’s tour through the wreakage, accompanied by Rabbi Avraham Berkowitz of the Chabad Mumbai Relief Fund, was filmed by a CNN crew, with whom he shared some thoughts.
Also present were Rabbi Yirmi Berkowitz of Rabbi Krinsky’s office and Yaakov Berhman from lubavitch.com.
The memorial event will take place Thursday and will be broadcast live via Jewish.tv. Tune in to COLlive.com at 9 AM Eastern Time.
The ceremony will include addresses by Rabbi Yosef Kantor, regional director of Chabad of India; Dr. Shashi Tharoor, Indian Minister of State for External Affairs; Israeli Ambassador Mark Sofer; Israeli Consul General Orna Sagiv; and Mumbai Mayor Subha Raul.
Chasidic singer Benny Friedman will lead a vocal tribute to all of the victims in the Mumbai attacks.