Newtown Rabbi's Prayer for the Fallen

Rabbi Shaul Praver moved many to tears when he recited El Maleh Rachamim, a prayer of mourning, at last night’s vigil for those killed in the deadly rampage in Newtown, Conn.

Today, he will oversee the funeral of Noah Pozner, the youngest victim of the shooting.

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