On the evening of January 29, 2017, a lone gunman entered an Islamic center and opened fire shortly after the end of the evening prayers. Six worshippers were killed and nineteen others injured. A whole community, a city, an entire country are left in shock. Four months later the survivors of the tragic attack and the families of those who perished deliver the journey of their grief. What happened inside the mosque on that day? How did the Muslim community overcome the consequences of the trauma? How did the growing political acceptance of Islamophobia lead to such an event? Through the silent eyes of those who witnessed, a fundamental issue is addressed: what does death mean to a believer?