Squirrel Hill resident Associate Professor Joseph Sabino Mistick writes about The Tree of Life
Associate Professor Joseph Sabino Mistick writes in the Tribune Review, "Evil stopped in my neighborhood this time. It made no sense that it would happen here, until it happened, and we thought for a moment that we should have seen it coming. But, just as quickly, it made no sense again. The deaths of 11 of our Squirrel Hill neighbors, gunned down by a madman at their synagogue, could never make sense."
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