"Emah" in English is "mommy"
The Jewish mother murdered in the brutal Mumbai terror attacks last week was six month pregnant, her father revealed today at her funeral.
And Rivkah Holtzberg's two-year-old son, Moshe, may have been beaten by the militants, reports have claimed.
His back was covered in bruises consistent with abuse, the chairman of Zaka, Israel's ultraorthodox recovery service, told Sky News.
The Holtzbergs' bodies - hers wrapped in a shroud, his in a prayer shawl - rested on chairs on the dais where the eulogies and prayers were delivered.
There are already fears that Moshe witnessed his parents' murder after he was found by his nanny crying next to their bodies, covered in blood.
She dashed him to safety before commandos launched an attack on the Jewish house in which the terrorists were holding the family hostage last week.
In an emotional scene before the flight to Israel yesterday, Moshe repeatedly cried for his mother at a tearful memorial ceremony at a Mumbai synagogue. The scene was broadcast repeatedly on Israeli TV stations.
'You don't have a mother who will hug you and kiss you,' Rabbi Kotlarsky cried out during a eulogy that switched back and forth between Hebrew and English. But the community will take care of the boy, he vowed: 'You are the child of all of Israel.'
Wedding day 2002
The bloody scene inside the Mumbai house after the failed rescue attempt by commandos last week