tree of life shooting
"I said, 'If I can stand, I can walk. And if I can walk, I can run.'"
Muslim groups stood in solidarity with their Jewish neighbors after a shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue. Jewish groups are now reciprocating that kindness.
Jeffrey Myers called on leaders to behave with more civility.
A grand jury issued a 44-count indictment that charges him with murder and hate crimes after he killed 11 people at the Tree of Life synagogue.
The progressive organization says the president should not visit until he decides to "fully denounce white nationalism."
A day after the Pittsburgh shooting, Sunday's sermon at the Charleston, South Carolina, church reflected on its own experience with gun violence.
"We wish to respond to evil with good."
"I don't think that's the answer to this problem," Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said in the wake of the Tree of Life Congregation shooting.
Rob Rogers, a former editorial cartoonist for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, dubbed Saturday's attack the "Day of Broken Glass."
"Thoughts and prayers" are only followed by more bad news, Jeffrey Myers wrote to his congregation just months ago.
Trump made the comment at the Future Farmers of America Convention in Indianapolis.
ADL head Jonathan Greenblatt called the attack on Tree of Life Synagogue "the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the history of the United States.”
Bowers, an avowed anti-Semite, allegedly shouted "All Jews must die!" before killing at least eight people at the Tree of Life Congregation.