As I walked into the foyer of the synagogue on Saturday morning, I was greeted by a posterboard bearing the names and faces of the 11 innocent Jewish souls murdered last week in Pittsburgh.
And I am grateful every day to be part of my Jewish family.
'Di Tzeitung'’s editor called it a standard practice.
This is the third incident of antisemitic vandalism in the United States following the Pittsburgh mass shooting.
Last Shabbat, our community was attacked by a terrorist. He didn’t climb over a fence or sneak through a border. He is an unremarkably normal, white, American man.
The Jewish residents of tiny Squirrel Hill – until now known as the home of Fred Rogers of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood fame.
We can’t let hatred have the upper hand. Campaign. Vote. Educate. Try to change things – peacefully – for the better. In the words of Deuteronomy 30:19, “Choose life, that you and your seed may live.
Prosecutors have said they will seek the death penalty against Bowers.
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