Politics Minn. teen finds a religious mandate for gun control after father’s death By Beth Kissileff | February 14, 2013 ShareTweet EmailPrint More More on Politics Subscribe to Politics A disgruntled former employee murdered Sami Rahamim’s father, Reuven, (both pictured here) last September. But the teen doesn't want to be known for what happened to him. Instead, he wants to be recognized for what he is doing about it. RNS photo courtesy Sami Rahamim Active RNS subscribers and members can view this content by logging-in here.(RNS) Each morning, Sami Rahamin attends synagogue to recite the Kaddish memorial prayer for his father, who was shot dead by a disgruntled former employee. Then he turns his attention to a faith-based crusade: gun control.