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Jerusalem - In Photos-Video: Thousands Attend Funerals For French Massacre Victims

Published on: March 21, 2012 10:18 AM
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Ultra-Orthodox Jews at the funeral of four Israelis in a Jerusalem cemetery, 21 March 2012. The four, a Rabbi and his two young sons and a young girl were all of French Jewish descent and were killed together in the shooting attack at the Jewish school in Toulouse, France on 19 March 2012.  EPA/JIM HOLLANDERUltra-Orthodox Jews at the funeral of four Israelis in a Jerusalem cemetery, 21 March 2012. The four, a Rabbi and his two young sons and a young girl were all of French Jewish descent and were killed together in the shooting attack at the Jewish school in Toulouse, France on 19 March 2012.  EPA/JIM HOLLANDER

Jerusalem - Tears flowed more than words at funerals Wednesday for the victims of the Toulouse murders of a rabbi and three young children.

“We cry but are strong. We will not let them break us,” said a weeping Chief Sephardi Rabbi Shlomo Amar at the funerals.

Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Minister Yuli Edelstein, representing the government, said he had no words that could comfort the survivors except that “all of Israel embraces you today.”

Thousands of people crowded along the route to the Har HaMenuchot cemetery in the Givat Shaul neighborhood in Jerusalem.

Israeli man of French origin mourns as he attends the funeral of four Israelis in a Jerusalem cemetery, 21 March 2012. The four, a Rabbi and his two young sons and a young girl were all of French Jewish descent and killed together in the shooting attack at the Jewish school in Toulouse, France on March 19. (Credit: EPA)Israeli man of French origin mourns as he attends the funeral of four Israelis in a Jerusalem cemetery, 21 March 2012. The four, a Rabbi and his two young sons and a young girl were all of French Jewish descent and killed together in the shooting attack at the Jewish school in Toulouse, France on March 19. (Credit: EPA)
Israelis mourning as they attend the funeral in Jerusalem, 21 March 2012, of four Israelis killed in the shooting attack on the Jewish school in Toulouse, France on March 19. (Credit: EPA)Israelis mourning as they attend the funeral in Jerusalem, 21 March 2012, of four Israelis killed in the shooting attack on the Jewish school in Toulouse, France on March 19. (Credit: EPA)
Reproduction photo of 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego, daughter of school headmaster Rabbi Yaacov Monsonego, who was killed in a shooting attack at the Ozar Hatorah School in Toulouse, France, early Monday morning. March 21, 2012.  (Credit: FLASH90)Reproduction photo of 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego, daughter of school headmaster Rabbi Yaacov Monsonego, who was killed in a shooting attack at the Ozar Hatorah School in Toulouse, France, early Monday morning. March 21, 2012.  (Credit: FLASH90)
Brother of  Miriam Monsonego seen during the funeral of his sister. Miriam Monsonego was the daughter of school headmaster Rabbi Yaacov Monsonego, who was killed in a shooting attack at the Ozar Hatorah School in Toulouse, France, early Monday morning. March 19, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Brother of Miriam Monsonego seen during the funeral of his sister. Miriam Monsonego was the daughter of school headmaster Rabbi Yaacov Monsonego, who was killed in a shooting attack at the Ozar Hatorah School in Toulouse, France, early Monday morning. March 19, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
The sister and mother of seven-year-old Miriam Monsonego mourns during the joint funeral in Jerusalem for her daughter and the other three victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse March 21, 2012. Three children, one of them Monsonego, and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday, the victims of what an Israeli politician said were murders inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred" of Jews.  (Credit: REUTERS)The sister and mother of seven-year-old Miriam Monsonego mourns during the joint funeral in Jerusalem for her daughter and the other three victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse March 21, 2012. Three children, one of them Monsonego, and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday, the victims of what an Israeli politician said were murders inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred" of Jews.  (Credit: REUTERS)
Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Relatives of 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego cries at the funeral held in jerusalem on March 21, 2012. Miriam was killed a few days ago along with Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh and his 3-year-old son Gabriel when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: REUTERS)Relatives of 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego cries at the funeral held in jerusalem on March 21, 2012. Miriam was killed a few days ago along with Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh and his 3-year-old son Gabriel when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: REUTERS)
Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe speak in front of Jewish mourners during the funeral of religious teacher Jonathan Sandler, and his children Gabriel 4, Arieh 5, and Miriam Monsonego 7 victims of Toulouse school shooting, at the Givat Shaun cemetery in Jerusalem on March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe speak in front of Jewish mourners during the funeral of religious teacher Jonathan Sandler, and his children Gabriel 4, Arieh 5, and Miriam Monsonego 7 victims of Toulouse school shooting, at the Givat Shaun cemetery in Jerusalem on March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe, wearing a 'yamulke' or Jewish skullcap, speaking in a Jerusalem cemetery, 21 March 2012, during the funeral service for the four Israelis of French decent who were killed in the Jewish school shooting in Toulouse on 19 March 2012. (Credit: EPA)French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe, wearing a ‘yamulke’ or Jewish skullcap, speaking in a Jerusalem cemetery, 21 March 2012, during the funeral service for the four Israelis of French decent who were killed in the Jewish school shooting in Toulouse on 19 March 2012. (Credit: EPA)
Israelis mourning as they attend the funeral in Jerusalem, 21 March 2012, of four Israelis killed in the shooting attack on the Jewish school in Toulouse, France on March 19. (Credit: EPA)Israelis mourning as they attend the funeral in Jerusalem, 21 March 2012, of four Israelis killed in the shooting attack on the Jewish school in Toulouse, France on March 19. (Credit: EPA)
Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
The wife of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, and their 6-year-old sons Arieh and 3-year-old son Gabriel, arrives to the funeral of her family in jerusalem. Rabbi Sandler and his sons were killed together with 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)The wife of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, and their 6-year-old sons Arieh and 3-year-old son Gabriel, arrives to the funeral of her family in jerusalem. Rabbi Sandler and his sons were killed together with 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Relatives of 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego cries at the funeral held in jerusalem on March 21, 2012. Miriam was killed a few days ago along with Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh and his 3-year-old son Gabriel when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Relatives of 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego cries at the funeral held in jerusalem on March 21, 2012. Miriam was killed a few days ago along with Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh and his 3-year-old son Gabriel when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Relatives of 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego cries at the funeral held in jerusalem on March 21, 2012. Miriam was killed a few days ago along with Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh and his 3-year-old son Gabriel when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Relatives of 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego cries at the funeral held in jerusalem on March 21, 2012. Miriam was killed a few days ago along with Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh and his 3-year-old son Gabriel when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners attend the funeral in Jerusalem of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, his 6-year-old son Arieh, his 3-year-old son Gabriel, and 8-year-old Miriam Monsonego killed a few days ago when a gunman shot and killed the four at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France. March 21, 2012. (Credit: Flash90)
The mother (C) of seven-year-old Miriam Monsonego mourns during a joint funeral in Jerusalem for her daughter and the other three victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse, March 21, 2012. Three children and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday, the victims of what an Israeli politician said were murders inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred" of Jews.   (Credit: REUTERS)The mother (C) of seven-year-old Miriam Monsonego mourns during a joint funeral in Jerusalem for her daughter and the other three victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse, March 21, 2012. Three children and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday, the victims of what an Israeli politician said were murders inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred" of Jews.  (Credit: REUTERS)
A mourner reacts during a joint funeral in Jerusalem for the victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse March 21, 2012. Three children and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday, the victims of what an Israeli politician said were murders inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred" of Jews.  (Credit: REUTERS)A mourner reacts during a joint funeral in Jerusalem for the victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse March 21, 2012. Three children and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday, the victims of what an Israeli politician said were murders inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred" of Jews.  (Credit: REUTERS)
People carry the bodies of the victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse, during their joint funeral at a cemetery in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. Three children and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday, the victims of what an Israeli politician said were murders inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred" of Jews.   (Credit: REUTERS)People carry the bodies of the victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse, during their joint funeral at a cemetery in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. Three children and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday, the victims of what an Israeli politician said were murders inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred" of Jews.  (Credit: REUTERS)
 Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90) Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90)
 Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90) Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90)
 Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90) Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90)
 Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90) Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90)
The body of eight-year-old Myriam Monsonego, the daughter of the Toulouse headmaster, Rabbi Yaacov Monsonego, is lifted and carried from the funeral service in a Jerusalem cemetery to her grave, 21 March 2012, as she and the three members of the Sandler family are buried in the same service. The bodies of the four victims of a shooting attack at a Jewish school in the French city of Toulouse on 19 March were laid to rest in Jerusalem. (Credit: EPA)The body of eight-year-old Myriam Monsonego, the daughter of the Toulouse headmaster, Rabbi Yaacov Monsonego, is lifted and carried from the funeral service in a Jerusalem cemetery to her grave, 21 March 2012, as she and the three members of the Sandler family are buried in the same service. The bodies of the four victims of a shooting attack at a Jewish school in the French city of Toulouse on 19 March were laid to rest in Jerusalem. (Credit: EPA)
The mother of seven-year-old Miriam Monsonego (bottom R) mourns during the joint funeral service in Jerusalem for her daughter and the other three victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children, one of them Monsonego, and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers.  (Credit: REUTERS)The mother of seven-year-old Miriam Monsonego (bottom R) mourns during the joint funeral service in Jerusalem for her daughter and the other three victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children, one of them Monsonego, and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers.  (Credit: REUTERS)
Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90)
Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90)Mourners stand around the bodies of the victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse during their joint funeral service in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. A gunman, suspected of killing three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school in the name of al Qaeda, said on Wednesday he would hand himself over to police after an hours-long siege in which he wounded three officers. (Credit: Flash90)
Mourners embrace during a joint funeral in Jerusalem for victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse March 21, 2012. Three Jewish children and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday in a funeral where one Israeli official said the attack was inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred".  (Credit: REUTERS)Mourners embrace during a joint funeral in Jerusalem for victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse March 21, 2012. Three Jewish children and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday in a funeral where one Israeli official said the attack was inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred".  (Credit: REUTERS)
Eva Sandler, wife and mother (3rd R) of three of the victims of Monday's shooting in Toulouse, mourns during their funeral in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. Three children and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday, the victims of what an Israeli politician said were murders inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred" of Jews.  (Credit: REUTERS)Eva Sandler, wife and mother (3rd R) of three of the victims of Monday’s shooting in Toulouse, mourns during their funeral in Jerusalem March 21, 2012. Three children and a rabbi shot dead at a Jewish school in France were buried in Jerusalem on Wednesday, the victims of what an Israeli politician said were murders inspired by "wild animals made crazy by their hatred" of Jews.  (Credit: REUTERS)



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 Mar 21, 2012 at 10:28 AM joeynathan Says:

why do we only have achdus at the funeral. why can't we have it the rest of the day.

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 Mar 21, 2012 at 10:29 AM Anonymous Says:

Is there one Israeli, even the most radical and most most hateful that would even dream to do such a dastardly act. They are bloody murderers.

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 Mar 21, 2012 at 10:30 AM Realist77 Says:

May Hashem send the families the strength to deal with this terrible tragedy. I have tears in my eyes seeing the 4 bodies, of 4 innocent people that were targeted for only one reason, being Jewish. As Yidden we have to stand together, and not fight with each other, when one Yid dies, we all feel the pain.

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 Mar 21, 2012 at 01:15 PM Brooklyn mom Says:

My heart cries bitter tears. Please Hashem--enough already--Please. May the families find nechamaץ What a bitter day for Klal Yisroel.
ומחה ה' דמעה מעל כל פנים

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