The Weekly Edition
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Stronger than Hate
Lives of Tree of Life victims celebrated during week of funerals
By Toby Tabachnick and Adam Reinherz
Jewish Pittsburgh mourned as a community — remembering those whose lives were extinguished by a suspected anti-Semite while congregants were in the midst of Shabbat prayers.
Stronger than Hate
Congregations devasted by massacre move forward
By Toby Tabachnick
While repairing the building is relatively “easy,” Rabbi Hazzan Jeffrey Myers said, the more difficult question is, “How do you rebuild your congregation?”
Paying respect
Jewish Agency chairman’s prescription for Pittsburgh: Stay strong and together
By Adam Reinherz
Isaac Herzog arrives in Pittsburgh providing comfort and message from home
Pastor Manning consoles
South Carolina pastor comforts rabbi and community
By Adam Reinherz
Rev. Eric S.C. Manning arrived in Pittsburgh unfortunately familiar with the circumstances.
Anti-Semitic shooter cared for by Jews at Allegheny General
By Toby Tabachnick
Nurse does his job despite knowing that the man he was treating was arrested for the murder of fellow congregants.
Penguins demonstrate kindness in days following attack
By Adam Reinherz
Support shown on screen, at center ice and outside the gates as the city’s hockey team promotes community.
Let's Laugh / Israeli medical clown comes bearing laughs in wake of tragedy
By Adam Reinherz
First visit to US / French rabbi visits Pittsburgh in transatlantic show of support
By Adam Reinherz
Top Ops
Audrey Glickman
A survivor’s plea — spread light and reach outward
Peaceful coexistence and exercise of freedom and liberty is not achieved by strong-arming. It is achieved by welcoming everyone and working together.
Bari Weiss
A massacre in the heart of Mr. Rogers’ neighborhood
Just as every Jewish couple gets married under a canopy open on all four sides, so must Jewish communities keep our tents open.
Steven Rosenberg
Squirrel Hill strong and proud
Squirrel Hill is not your average neighborhood — it’s your above-average neighborhood.
Stronger than Hate
Israelis mourn with Pittsburgh
By Toby Tabachnick
When the news hit Pittsburgh’s Partnership2Gether region, the “shock was just as raw and hard for them to deal with — they were mourning the same way Pittsburghers were.”
How the Pittsburgh massacre is driving American Jews apart
By Ron Kampeas JTA
In the wake of the worst mass killing of Jews in American history, there are Jews who want to grieve and Jews who want to grieve and assign blame.
Preparedness saves lives
Federation’s security director advises emergency training, continued vigilance
By Toby Tabachnick
Community urged to report all anti-Semitic threats in the wake of Tree of Life murders
More Headlines
REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK / Fighting hate with prayer, Pittsburgh’s Jews send defiant message of resilience
By Amanda Borschel-Dan/Times of Israel
REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK / On first Shabbat after massacre, Pittsburgh’s Jews break challah together
By Amanda Borschel-Dan/Times of Israel
Committed to advocacy / HIAS, immigrant aid group vilified by Pittsburgh gunman, vows not to back down
By Ben Sales JTA
Stronger than Hate / Pitt vigil draws thousands in demonstration against hate
By Adam Reinherz
A sense of strength / Jewish day school hosts dignitaries after attack
By Adam Reinherz
Responding to tragedy / Community-wide service a cry for peace
By Adam Reinherz
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