Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: At least 11 dead as gunman opens fire

Atleast 11 people were killed and six others were injured after a gunman opened fire in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting during Sabbath religious services on Saturday.

The gunman yelled that “All Jews must die” at Pittsburgh synagogue during Saturday services that killed 11 worshippers and wounded six others including four police officers. The gunman was taken into custody later.

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Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump called Pittsburgh synagogue shooting as a wicked act of mass murder and pure evil. He called on Americans to rise above hate and move past divisions.

He also said that there is a little to do with the gun laws and stated that if there had been protection inside the temple, the results would have been different

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also commented on the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting and said that he was heartbroken and appalled with the attack.

US Vice President Mike Pence said that there is no place for violence or anti Semitism in America after the shooting took place.

The gunman was taken into custody for possible hate crime.

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