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Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting (2018)

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On Shabbat morning, Pittsburgh’s peaceful Jewish enclave of Squirrel Hill was shattered by gunshots as a crazed anti-Semite attacked worshippers at the Tree of Life congregation. Reeling from the pain, Pittsburghers struggled to make sense of the tragedy ...
An inspiring talk by Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet at an evening of Jewish unity in Pittsburgh following the tragedy of the Tree of Life shooting.
When the darkness seems so strong, how do we fight back?
In the wake of this past Shabbat's horrific massacre, Jewish people the world over are reeling in pain; feeling profound vulnerability, frustration and even anger. How does a faithful Jew react and respond to evil perpetrated and its tragic consequences? ...
It was the Monday morning right after the Pittsburgh synagogue attack, and I had not yet determined if and how I would approach the topic with my public school sixth-grade class.
Injured police officers who ‘became our miracle’ are thanked at gala dinner
The police officer who took a bullet for the Jewish people while responding to the Oct. 27 shooting during Shabbat-morning services in Pittsburgh, and was promised a hero’s welcome by Chabad of Pittsburgh for his life-saving bravery, got that welcome at a...
Students at Tzohar Seminary in Pittsburgh were in the 3rd week of school when tragedy hit at the nearby Tree of Life Synagogue. In the spirit of the community’s response of unity and strength in the face of terror and darkness, the students encouraged Jew...
On Shabbat morning, Cheshvan 18, 5779 (Oct. 27, 2018), Pittsburgh’s peaceful Jewish enclave of Squirrel Hill was shattered by gunshots as a crazed anti-Semite attacked worshippers at the Tree of Life congregation, killing 11. It was the deadliest attack o...
A conversation with Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, chairman of the educational arm of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement, on the aftermath of the Pittsburgh massacre.
LIVE broadcast from Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh
Tune in to this live broadcast and join the local Jewish community in Pittsburgh for an evening of Jewish unity in light of the recent tragedy of the Tree of Life massacre in Pittsburgh. The guest speaker is Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet, whose rabbi of Mill Hi...
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