The final death toll of the terrorist outrage in Mumbai is still not known. Besides the Jews murdered at the Chabad Centre, the victims at the Taj Mahal and Trident Oberoi Hotels, and at the Cafe Leopold, and the scores gunned down at the Victoria Terminus railway station (its old name, from the time of the British Raj), we may never know the number of "secondary victims", those who will now never see the light of day.
With one exception.
Six lives were snuffed out at the Chabad Centre, six candles extinguished.
But there was a seventh candle, one whose flame will now never burn.
Two year old Moshe Holtzman, the son of Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzman הי"ד lost not only his parents, but also his new brother or sister. Rivka was five and a half months pregnant at her death.