“It simply washes over me. Walking on the street or sitting in my office, thoughts of Hanau paralyze me, and tears fill my eyes. It’s especially bad when I realize just how deep the gulf is between me and the person I am talking to, when I realize that he can’t even comprehend my pain. In Germany, there are people who know that it could have been them saying their final prayer there. And then there are the others who just go to the theater the next day,” shares Senior Fellow Gülay Gün in a recent article about the Hanau terrorist attack in Germany’s weekly Die Zeit. Find the full piece here.