A crowdfunding campaign formed by two Muslim groups has raised more than $100,000 for the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, which killed 11, the Times of Israelreported.
Muslim-American non-profits Celebrate Mercy and MPower Change were behind the campaign, “Muslims Unite For Pittsburgh Synagogue,” which reached its initial goal of $25,000 goal in six hours. It has since raised $116,987 of its new $125,000 goal. The proceeds will help with funeral expenses and medical bills.
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