Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, targeted in mass shooting, raising money for Muslim victims of massacre at New Zealand mosques

Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue, while still reeling from an attack by a gunman last October that killed 11 of their worshippers, have started a GoFundMe page to raise money for those affected by last week’s terrorist attack on two mosques in New Zealand.

“We stand beside our Muslim brothers and sisters and mourn alongside the families and friends who have lost loved ones in this unconscionable act of violence. We will continue to work towards a day when all people on this planet can live together in peace and mutual respect,” reads a statement on their fundraising page, reports Bill Hutchinson for ABC News.

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