, Shocked, and sad the people on the shooting in the synagogue in the U.S. have responded to the state of California. Politicians and Religious leaders condemned the act and warned of increasing anti-Semitism.
A 19-Year-old had entered on Saturday, a synagogue in the town of Poway and shot. An elderly woman was killed and three people were injured. The offender was arrested. He is also suspected to have hate speech in the network spread.
After the fact, many people met in their communities in California to pray for the victims of Poway.
Danny Almog is still in shock. He was at the time of the shooting in the synagogue in Poway, with his children, who were in another part of the building. The offender, Almog, 've worn a vest and an assault rifle. He had come to slay. "We saw the hatred in his eyes."
Almog tried to go to his children. He saw his father-in-law, who had thrown over one of his grandchildren. A friend of the family has more children, to bring them to safety. The perpetrator shot at him and injured the 34-Year-old in the leg. Also a nine-year-old girl and the Rabbi were injured. Obviously, this owes a member of the community his life. According to witnesses, had thrown down the 60-year-old Lori Gilbert-Kaye in front of the Rabbi, she was hit in the shootout deadly.Suspicious announcement on the net
of The alleged perpetrators still live with his parents and go to a nursing school, reported the local television. The police, he is not noticed yet. The investigators are now checking whether a paper is that was uploaded two hours before the attack on the Internet. The attack was announced, a Facebook-Video promised. The Link didn't work but apparently.
The author acknowledges in the non-verified Write to an unsolved arson attack on a mosque in the Californian city of Escondido, 20 miles from Poway. He also takes respect of the alleged assassin of Christchurch, which is supposed to be for an attack on two mosques, with 50 deaths in new Zealand responsible.politics and religion representatives to condemn the fact
From the Director of the Holocaust memorial Museum the United States, it says in a Statement: "This should serve as a renewed Wake-up call that anti-Semitism is a growing and deadly threat."
US President Donald Trump spoke of a hate crime. The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, wrote on Twitter: "no one should have fear in his Religion. As a country we need to speak out against bigotry and gun violence. We are in the fight for the soul of our Nation, we all need to do something."