Did you miss Rabbi Eckstein’s discussion about the attack in Pittsburgh and how we, Christians and Jews alike, should respond?
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After surviving as a 6-year-old in the same Nazi death camp where Anne Frank perished, an 80-year-old was saved from the Tree of Life shooting, as well.
As the funerals for the victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting are commencing, people of all faiths around the world are gathering to remember those killed and to stand against this act of anti-Semitism in a show of interfaith unity.
Dutch dog breeders and farmers near the German border, Hendrik and Margarete Pouw used their kennels to hide Jews from the Nazis during the Holocaust.
As the 11 Tree of Life congregants who were gunned down are buried one by one, let us remember the individual lives, each God-breathed and precious, and pray for their families by name.