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Toulouse Widow Speaks About Tragic Shooting
In a new video on Jewish.TV, Eva Sandler, who lost her husband and their two sons in last week’s horrific attack outside the Ozar Hatorah high school in Toulouse, France, looks back at the tragedy and advises parents to make the most of their time with their children.
Toulouse Widow Pleads With World
Eva Sandler, the French widow and mother who lost her husband and two of their children in the Monday’s attack outside the Ozar Hatorah high school in Toulouse, implored people around the world to carry on the victims’ memories by doing good deeds and recommitting themselves to Torah study.
Toulouse Victims Buried in Jerusalem
Thousands of people packed a Jerusalem cemetery to bid farewell to the victims of Monday’s shooting outside a Jewish school in Toulouse, France.
Jewish residents of Paris crammed inside the city’s historic Synagogue Nazareth Monday evening in an attempt to put words to their shock and grief following the gunning down of three young children and a father outside Toulouse’s Ozar Hatorah high school.
Community Faces Long Road Ahead
As French officials narrowed their investigation of the slaying of a Toulouse teacher, his two sons and the daughter of the Ozar Hatorah high school’s principal, parents and students faced their first full day since the bullets of a suspected serial killer shattered rained down chaos on their tightknit Jewish community.
French Gunman Slaughters Four
The tight-knit Jewish community of Toulouse was thrown into turmoil Monday morning, the peace of the southwestern French city shattered by a gunman’s bullets. As police counted shell casings, authorities released the names of the deceased, their lives snuffed out just steps from the Ozar Hatorah high school when a man riding a motorcycle opened fire.
In the midst of her mourning, the widow and mother of three of the victims of the attack on the Ozar Hatorah high school issues a heartfelt call for people around the world to carry on the memory of those whose lives were cut short.
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