In my extensive coverage of the savage Muslim attacks on the West in Mumbai, India, the obsession with targeting the small little Jewish Chabad house from the inception of the planning was shocking. The Jewish Chabad house was part of a larger attack on hotels and public buildings across Mumbai that resulted in the deaths of at least 166 people. But for the Muslim terrorists themselves, Nariman House was different. It was the only Jewish target, and the Muslim terrorists would be told by their central command in Pakistan that the lives of Jews were worth 50 times those of non-Jews. The organisers had sought it out with care. Their handlers would emphasize to them the importance of killing Jews.
The Times has done an excellent job on focusing on the Muslim obsession with killing and torturing the Jews -- something I picked up on right away and covered extensively (I was the one of the few who reported the sexual mutilation of the the Rabbi and his wife).
Noteworthy are two people who worked in the house: Sandra, a Catholic Mumbaikar who previously worked as a private cook and a
masseuse and started with the Holtzbergs in 2003. She was the nanny who saved the baby Moshe. And Jackie, a Muslim from Assam,
was hired as a cook in 2006 after meeting Gabi at a sports club where he
worked. Since the siege, The Sunday Times has learnt, suspicions have arisen
that he may have been implicated.
The terrible hatred of the Jews is instilled in Muslims from birth. The attacks in Mumbai were the manifestation of that hate.
Last November, more than 150 people were killed by terrorists in Mumbai. One target was a centre run by this young Jewish couple, who were murdered and perhaps tortured; miraculously, their toddler son escaped.
Please read the whole thing.
The chilling words of the Muslim Mumbai killers recorded during their murder spree: "Keep killing, keep killing, the dogs.' "Insh'Allah" 'The manner of your death will instill fear in the unbelievers. This is a battle between Islam and the unbelievers"