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First Shabbat since Pittsburgh massacre unites international Jewish community as the last victim is buried

About 50 but locked arms and swayed, harmonizing in Hebrew under darkening skies, while the police looked on and pilgrims…

About 50 but locked arms and swayed, harmonizing in Hebrew under darkening skies, while the police looked on and pilgrims laid stones and flowers at memorials for the 11 congregants who were killed last Saturday. Many of the women sang, too, though they stood off to the side, a separation common in conservative branches of …

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