The community’s leaders wanted the ceremony commemorating the Tree of Life massacre to be free of politics and conflict. One rabbi, and many congregants, felt differently.
American Jews aren’t threatened by their synagogues turning into fortresses, they’re threatened by armed antisemites walking in through open doors
A medieval Spanish passion play brings an ancient stereotype into the networked 21st century. Should the social media giant ban it from its platform?
Our last dispatch from a city that is still in shock
The team tasked with the ritual preparation of the bodies of the victims of the Pittsburgh massacre lean on thousands of years of Jewish martyrdom
Through funerals and protests, stories and memories about the lives of the people killed rise through the chaos in Squirrel Hill
The brothers, victims of the horrific attack in Pittsburgh, weren’t just the greeters at Tree of Life, they were ‘the righteous people of this generation—and now everybody knows’
As the gunman turned toward the back of the room, and shot seven of the eight people unable to escape, the rabbi was able to get everyone in the front of the shul’s chapel out of the building
A patient of the doctor slain in the Pittsburgh massacre remembers his compassion in the face of HIV
The suspect appears to be connected to anti-Semitic social media posts