two mosques in Christchurch, killing at least 50 people and injuring dozens of people. The country's authorities said the terrorist attack was committed by a man who posted an online racist manifesto.
After massive shooting, the Jewish Pittsburgh Federation created a fund for victims.
"Unfortunately, we are very familiar with the destructive effect that mass shootings have on the community of faith," said Meril Ainsman, chairman of the Jewish federation of Greater Pittsburgh. "We are filled with sorrow through this senseless act of hatred. Let those who have suffered be healed quickly and completely, and the memories of the victims can always be a blessing."
Just as after the October firing on the Tree of Life of the Synagogue, various denominations and cultures were gathered together in sorrow and solidarity. Over the past year, over $ 200,000 were donated to help victims affected by the crowd-sharing campaign "Muslims United for the Pittsburgh Synagogue".