Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Confronting Terror in Boston

One's personal reaction to hearing of the news of a terror attack varies with time and place.  An attack in London will not generate the same kind of emotions as one in Israel or here in the United States.  But there are ways to confront terror even when it does not strike close to home.

Here's a wonderful article written as a follow-up to the Boston Marathon attack, Confronting Terror in Boston.

In the meantime, we pray for the full and complete recovery of the wounded, comfort to the families of the murdered, and the apprehension of the perpetrators.

Well, that's what I have to say.
Alisa Flatow
Stephen M. Flatow

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