Mishenichnas Adar; The Mercaz HaRav Massacre

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  1. Raymond says:

    Rivkah Moriah, I hope you are reading this, because even though I do not know you, and even though I feel so very inadequate to comfort you in your terrible grief, I still figured that better that I should at least write some words on behalf of what happened to your son, so that you would know that you are not alone in your suffering, that there are people out there who care about your plight.

    What happened to your son is the result of pure, unmitigated evil, nothing but sheer, senseless, cowardly cruelty, and the fact that it could do such irreparable harm, is a clear indication to me about the abhorrent unfairness of life. Evil people often succeed in their cruel plans, while good people are left in the dust, at least in our present, physical world.

    I am no theologian, nor do I think that such speculations have a place where a mother grieves for her son. Perhaps, though, you knowing that you are not alone in your grief, can provide you with some comfort among the mourners of Zion.

  2. Tzvi2 says:

    I don;t know how you have the courage to feel what you wrote, but somehow you do. This brought me to tears.

    Yehi zichro baruch.

  3. cvmay says:

    Thank you Rivkah for sharing your deepest thoughts with us.
    May Hashem bring you nachas and brochos from your family.

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