Amid calls for revenge, Rachelle Fraenkel is a light in this dark place
While mourning the death of her teenage son Naftali Fraenkel this week, his mother still found the time and strength to comfort others.
Few were those that came empty-handed. Many, in the oppressive heat of Friday morning, came bearing trays of watermelon, sliced into bite sizes in advance, toothpicks carefully stuck in each piece. Others brought homemade cakes wrapped in tinfoil, the icings mostly melted. And some showed up clutching six-packs of soft drinks that they stacked up on the wobbly makeshift tables, near the...
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