US House Passes Resolution Condemning ‘Anti-Semitic Attack’ In Pittsburgh


The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed a bipartisan resolution on Wednesday condemning the “anti-Semitic attack” at a Pittsburgh synagogue last month as well as rising anti-Semitism in the United States.

Eleven Jewish worshipers — among them a 97-year-old woman, an octogenarian couple, and two brothers — were killed when an anti-Semitic gunman stormed into Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue on October 27 yelling “all Jews must die” as be opened fire on congregants.

The motion “condemns rising anti-Semitism in the United States and around the world” and “reaffirms the commitment of the United States and its allies to defeat anti-Semitism in all its forms throughout the world”. Read more at i24NEWS.



  1. Condemnation alone accomplishes absolutely nothing. I just makes people in Congress feel good about themselves. Condemnation with action to try an prevent it from happening again, well, that is another story.


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