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Virginia-Tech Massacre (2007)

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The Legacy of Liviu Librescu
One year ago, on April 16, 2007, amidst horror and heartbreak of the Virginia Tech Massacre, the courage of one man who gave his life to save his students awed and inspired people all over the world.
On the Hebrew calendar, last Shabbat marked the one year anniversary of the death of Virginia Tech professor Liviu Librescu, who saved his class by blocking his lecture hall’s door with his body as a gunman riddled it with bullets. His colleagues, family ...
Kabbalah, psychology, and the real issue behind "gun control vs. people control"
Reactions to the Virginia-Tech Massacre, April 16, 2007
How do we respond and react to tragic loss of life inflicted by a cold-hearted killer? A selection of articles in response to the 2007 Virginia-Tech Massacre.
He blamed his victims. He blamed you. He blamed me. He blamed the entire world for what he did. He blamed everyone except for the one person that was to blame...
When words are seemingly inadequate in expressing feelings, Jewish tradition gives us a sentence which contains a threefold message of consolation.
Of Weapons and Wickedness
Examining the gun control debate from the perspective of classic Judaic sources
Our first reaction to tragedy is denial. We are not vulnerable. We could have prevented this tragedy. We grasp at the flimsiest of straws to prove to ourselves that we are in complete control over our destiny...
There are those who say that the problem with our murderous world today is that there's not enough religion. Others posit that the problem is that there's too much religion. But this is not about religion--it's about G-d
Chabad on Campus International Foundation
The Jewish tradition teaches that each human being is an entire world. Dozens of worlds were prematurely darkened today.
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