Remembering the victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

Among the eleven worshipers who lost their lives at the brutal shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue Saturday were two brothers and a husband and wife who were married at the same synagogue in 1956.
0:41 | 10/30/18

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You know, ours is a nation founded on religious freedom and tolerance. And yet the massacre at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh is not the first time in recent years that a gunman entered a house of worship and killed people as they gathered in prayer. As if religion was the target. Tonight so many in Pittsburgh and across this country are united in grief. Muslims raising funds for jewish victims, an act of faith and a rainbow of religions standing A vile act on a subway

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