Gunmen Take Hostages at Jewish Center

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    In this undated photo provided by the family on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2008, Rabbi Gabriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivka are seen. Israeli rabbi Gabriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivka are among several hostages held by gunmen in a Jewish center in Mumbai, following a series of attacks in the city that killed at least 104 people. The Holzbergs' 2-year-old son Moishe was released together with another center worker twelve hours after gunmen stormed the building.

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    In this undated photo provided by the family on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2008, Moishe Holtzberg, 2, is seen. Israeli rabbi Gabriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivka are among several hostages held by gunmen in a Jewish center in Mumbai, following a series of attacks in the city that killed at least 104 people. The Holzbergs' 2-year-old son Moishe was released together with another center worker twelve hours after gunmen stormed the building.

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    Nov. 27: Sandra Samuel, a cook in a Jewish center in Mumbai, India, carries 2-year-old Moshe Holtzberg away from the center after escaping from gunmen who seized the building. The boy's parents, Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg and Rivki Holtzberg, are still being held hostage. A series of highly coordinated attacks killed at least 104 and injured at least 300 Wednesday night, led by bands of gunmen who invaded two five star hotels, a popular restaurant, a crowded train station, a Jewish center and at least five other sites, armed with assault rifles, hand grenades and explosives.

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    A map of attack sites in Mumbai, India.

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    Rabbi Gabriel Noach Holtzberg, left, is seen in a photograph provided by Chabad Lubavitch. Holtzberg and his wife Rivki Holtzberg are among hostages being held by gunmen in a Jewish center in Mumbai, India.

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    Rabbi Gabriel Noach Holtzberg, left, is seen in a photograph provided by Chabad Lubavitch. Holtzberg and his wife Rivki Holtzberg are among hostages being held by gunmen in a Jewish center in Mumbai, India.

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    A family photo of Moishe Holtzberg, 2, who was rescued from a Jewish center seized by gunmen in Mumbai, India. Holtzberg's parents, Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg and Rivki Holtzberg, are still being held hostage inside the Chabad Lubavitch center.

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    Nov. 27: Sandra Samuel carries Moshe Holtzberg away from a Jewish center in Mumbai after gunmen seized the building. The child is the son of the center's main representative, Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg and his wife Rivki Holtzberg. At least 104 people were killed and more than 300 wounded in highly coordinated attacks Wednesday night by bands of gunmen who invaded two five star hotels, a popular restaurant, a crowded train station, a Jewish center and at least five other sites, armed with assault rifles, hand grenades and explosives.

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    Nov. 27: Broken windows and bullet marks are seen on the building housing a Jewish prayer hall which has been taken over by alleged terrorists at Colaba in Mumbai, India. Teams of gunmen stormed luxury hotels, a popular restaurant, a crowded train station and a Jewish center, killing people and holding Westerners hostage in coordinated attacks on India's commercial center that were blamed on Muslim militants.

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    Nov. 27: National Security Guard commandos take a look at the building housing a Jewish prayer hall which has been taken over by alleged terrorists at Colaba in Mumbai, India. Teams of gunmen stormed luxury hotels, a popular restaurant, a crowded train station and a Jewish center, killing people and holding Westerners hostage in coordinated attacks on India's commercial center that were blamed on Muslim militants. Dozens of people were still trapped or held captive Thursday.

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