Borough Park awaits word from rabbi in India

The Borough Park community is waiting to hear word about a rabbi and a colleague of his who haven't been heard from since terrorists launched

BOROUGH PARK - The Borough Park community is waiting to hear word about a rabbi and a colleague of his who haven't been heard from since terrorists launched attacks in Mumbai, India.

"We've been in contact with the government agencies, law enforcement agencies and foreign embassies," says Rabbi Jack Meyer. "We're trying to assist the family anyway we can."

Indian-American leaders have joined the chorus of American leaders who have condemned the attacks Wednesday and Thursday that killed more than 150 people. They say the attacks were aimed at humanity, not only India.

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