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This photograph shows the inside of Nariman House after the commando operation The attack on Nariman House pitched Mumbai's tiny Jewish community into the the glare of the world's media and its members say they now feel vulnerable.Israeli officials say the Chabad centre was targeted for being Jewish.The young rabbi arrived in Mumbai in 2003 to run a synagogue and Torah classes as part of the worldwide Chabad-Lubavitch Movement.Moshe's nanny, Sandra Samuel was on the first floor of the building when the gunmen arrived.A Los Angeles-based member of the movement said there was no knowledge of specific threats prior to the attacks.But he said there had since been reports the gunmen had rented an apartment in a nearby building at some stage, something also reported by Indian media without quoting sources.'Actually, we have been very concerned for sometime now,' the Indian Jewish Federation's Isaac said.His nanny Sandra flew to Israel with him after today's memorial service 'so at least he has someone he knows and recognizes and loves,' said Mr Katz.
A handyman who worked for the family also managed to escape.
Now he is safe in the care of his mother's parents - but what effect the trauma of his horrifying ordeal has had on him remains to be seen.'I don't know that he can comprehend or that he will remember seeing his parents shot in cold blood,' said Robert Katz, a New York-based fund-raiser for an Israeli orphanage founded by the boy's family.
'When the baby emerged with the nanny, he had blood stains on him,' Benjamin Isaac, secretary of the Indian Jewish Federation, said. But we knew someone's blood had already been spilled.'Last Wednesday, two gunmen had stormed the six-storey Nariman House, which housed the centre in Mumbai's Colaba area.
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Moshe was rushed to safety - drenched in blood - after his nanny found him crying by their bodies.