Rabbi's family fights Chabad over Mumbai House's future

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November 25, 2010 09:20

 
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Just short of two years after the Mumbai terror attack that left over 100 dead, including the family of the resident Rabbi at the city's Chabad House, a dispute is emerging over who should be responsible for renovations at Nariman House, the New York Times reported on Wednesday.

When the Chabad-Lubavich movement took too long to get the Chabad house up and running again, Rabbi Holzberg's parents, Nachman and Freida Holzberg took it upon themselves to renovate Nariman House themselves, according to the report.

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