Brian Schreiber turned the Squirrel Hill JCC into a hub for the FBI, Red Cross and members of the community after the shooting at the local synagogue.
“So, too, today we strive to be able to freely worship in our sacred places.”
“We pray that the victims’ families find some measure of peace and comfort during this holiday season.”
The day after the Pittsburgh massacre, Dr. Jeffrey Cohen paid a visit to the gunman, who was treated by Jewish doctors: “He’s a very lost guy.”
Against the wishes of many, Rabbi Jeffrey Myers greeted President Trump after the Tree of Life shooting. “Hate is not about politics,” he said.
Right-wing anti-Semitism and white nationalism pose the single greatest threat to the safety of American Jews. Our response must reflect that reality.
His discharge came on the day of the shloshim for the victims, marking 30 days since their deaths.
The Muslim crowdfunding campaign to support victims of the Tree of Life synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh has distributed its final grant.
Accusing Orthodox Jews of white nationalist rhetoric is wrong, and it risks normalizing anti-Semitism.
“One of the concerns is, unfortunately, the need for school security particularly at these Jewish day schools, given recent events,” he said.