British Prince Michael of Kent, visited the destroyed Chabad Center of Mumbai Wednesday, accompanied by Rabbi Avraham Berkowitz of the Mumbai Relief Fund.
Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, Prince Michael of Kent, visited the destroyed Chabad Center of Mumbai at Nariman House Wednesday.
The prince was escorted by Rabbi Avraham Berkowitz of the Mumbai Relief Fund, on a tour of the Chabad center that was attacked by terrorists last year.
The prince noticed the photos of the Rebbe and the Holtzbergs, and he inquired about Shluchim and their work. Later, he lit a candle in memory of the murdered Shluchim, Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg.
The prince also pledged a donation of $100,000 in rebuilding part of the Nariman House.
"I along with other donors from London pledge a donation of $100,000 in restoring part of Chabad House including the kitchen. We will continue to offer every kind of help," Prince Michael said.
"The destruction caused by terrorists is immense. I am saddened to see all this. I feel deep sorrow for what happened here," he said, adding he was touched on hearing about the how the nanny Sandra saved baby Moshe.