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“Pittsburgh is and will remain Stronger than Hate.”
From Bee to Silverman, they’re thinking of you, Pittsburgh.
“I do not welcome this president to my city. He is the purveyor of hate speech. The hypocritical words that come from him tell me nothing.”
“The gentleman didn’t appear to be a member of the Mensa society. He listens to the noise, he hears the noise,” Dr. Jeff Cohen said of Robert Bowers.
“My God, my story doesn’t end,” said the Holocaust survivor, when he learned there was an active shooter situation in his synagogue.
I spent my first 7 years in this beautiful community and I thank God that those are my memories. They are memories of a childhood unblemished by hate.
The Tree of Life building sits near a church, the public library and the JCC, and that’s where the town of about 15,000 held its vigil.
“Blessed art thou, O lord our God, king of the universe, the creator of shining light,” the mourners sang.