Trump Lied About 9/11 To Justify Speech Schedule Post-Synagogue Shooting

Trump Lied About 9/11 To Justify Speech Schedule Post-Synagogue Shooting

Pittsburgh authorities have released the identities of all 11 victims, including two brothers, a dentist, and a new grandfather, who were gunned down while worshipping at the synagogue.

Federal officials said on Sunday that 46-year-old suspect Robert Bowers - arrested at the Tree of Life synagogue after a firefight with police - faces 29 federal charges, many of them carrying the death penalty. HIAS was one of the plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging the travel ban in Maryland federal court.

Meanwhile, the chief medical examiner of the Allegheny County named the dead on Sunday. After the attack, he told an officer, "I just want to kill Jews", according to a federal affidavit.

This image shows a portion of an archived webpage from the social media website Gab, with a Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018 posting by Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect Robert Bowers.

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

The gunman targeted a building that housed three separate congregations, all of which were conducting Sabbath services when the attack began just before 10 a.m.in the tree-lined residential neighbourhood of Squirrel Hill, about 10 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh and the hub of Pittsburgh's Jewish community.

The gunman reportedly shouted anti-Semitic phrases during the shooting, which left 11 people dead and five injured, including four police officers. Bowers has been hospitalised in fair condition with multiple gunshot wounds.

As he prepares to conduct funerals for those who were killed, Myers said, "Maybe God has some objective for me being in the community and perhaps I'm just fulfilling what part of that goal might be". HIAS also has offices in a dozen countries worldwide to assist refugees where they need it, including places such as Kenya, Chad and Ecuador.

President Trump condemned the attack saying, "This evil anti-Semitic attack is an assault on all of us, it's an assault on humanity". "We are not going to stay away from our places of worship".

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Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto disagreed.

"It's such a sad reality of today's world that we've got to be aware and vigilante", said one mourner as he arrived at the vigil. And now, we reach out to one another and are grateful for the healing embrace of community, and the allyship of others, because we are human, and we are hurting.

The survivors included Daniel Leger, 70, a nurse and hospital chaplain who was in critical condition after undergoing surgery, his brother, Paul Leger, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

The emerging evidence strongly suggests that the attack was motivated by anti-Semitism and was the deadliest against the Jewish community in the history of the USA, as per the Anti Defamation League, a Jewish non-governmental organisation.

The rabbi says he has not seen an extreme level of anti-Semitism in Vermont.

The message says there will be student and employee "assistance" available "in the schools most affected by this tragedy". "It's the environment that you create with your rhetoric".

"When you spew hate speech, people act on it".

There is no single source of anti-Semitism in the United States; it comes from radical leftists bent on destroying the Jewish state and right-wing nationalists who consider Jews to be foreign invaders.

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