Leiby Kletzky and the Three Weeks

For Leiby’s parents, we offer no explanations, no platitudes, no philosophy. We can only try to imagine their pain and, in some small way, let them know that we mourn and weep together with them. Their sorrow is our sorrow. Their grief is our grief.

But what do we tell ourselves? Where do we begin to reconcile such a monstrous act with the divine justice of a Supreme Being?

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