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"After a raging anti-Semite shot up a holy place of worship on our Shabbat and murdered our extended Pittsburgh Jewish family, we needed to be here because in times like these we need community", said Jeff Finkelstein, CEO of Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.

The building was raided by authorities Saturday night, forcing other residents to evacuate amid fears Bower's unit may be rigged with explosives.

Within 24 hours of the mass killing of 11 members of the Tree of Life synagogue, Lakeland's Temple Emanuel Rabbi David Goldstein and his staff organized a Service of Remembrance on the front lawn of the temple at 600 Lake Hollingsworth Drive. She said Wax, who lost his wife Sandra in 2016, was always there when services began at 9:45 a.m.

"Heartbroken", said Aylia Paulding, 37, her voice breaking as she summed up the grief-stricken mood.

The auditorium at Vancouver's Jewish Community Centre was packed.

We now know a man walked into the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh Saturday armed with three handguns, a rifle and seething hatred toward Jews.

"We have taken security seriously for quite some time", he said.

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More than half a century ago, when four young girls were killed in a Birmingham church by a racist's bomb, Dr. King told us that those little girls "have something to say to every politician who has fed his constituents with the stale bread of hatred and the spoiled meat of racism...."

"We are devastated", said the group's head, Jonathan Greenblatt. "Our ties and bonds of history and of solidarity and our values are very strong".

A 97-year-old woman, two brothers and a couple in their 80s were among the 11 worshippers murdered at a Pittsburgh synagogue in the deadliest attack ever on the Jewish community in the United States, officials said on Sunday.

Police stand guard outside the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh where a shooter opened fire Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018.

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The memorial took place at the Wosk Auditorium at the Jewish Community Centre - there weren't enough seats for the large crowd of people who came.

"Remarkably, this man who tried to destroy and tear down our faith tradition had just the opposite effect".

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Jubeir did say that six officials have been dismissed to date, on top of another 18 it has arrested in connection with the attack. The Middle East Strategic Alliance (MESA) is meant to serve as a bulwark against Iran and extremism, the USA says.

It isn't clear whether Bowers, who underwent surgery and remains hospitalized, has an attorney to speak on his behalf.

A gunman opened fire during a baby naming ceremony at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill neighbourhood. Jewish tradition dictates that the same Torah passages are read on the same weekends around the world.

"There's no words to express the sympathy that they need", Williams said.

The synagogue door was unlocked on the Sabbath "because people are coming for services, and the bell would be ringing constantly".

"It could have just as easily been our congregation", said Rabbi Aaron Bisno of nearby Rodef Shalom.

"They're all anti-Semites - that's the tie that binds them", said Heidi Beirich, director of the center's Intelligence Project.

"Gab unequivocally disavows and condemns all acts of terrorism and violence", the company's statement said.

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"As Jews, anti-racist activists and residents of Ottawa, we want to send the message that hate crimes against Jews do not exist in isolation from the violent rise of white supremacy around the globe", co-organizers Genevieve Nevin and Darrah Teitel wrote.