The carnage on Saturday at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, where a gunman reportedly shouting anti-Semitic slurs killed 11 people, hit Jewish people around the nation and in the South Suburbs hard.Local faith leaders, led by Rabbis Carmit Harari and Ellen Dreyfus and the Rev. Bob Klonowski, responded by convening an interfaith gathering of lamentation and healing on Tuesday night at Shir Tikvah in Homewood, formerly B'nai Yehuda Beth Sholom.The evening began with expressions of sorrow at the loss of life in the shooting that left 11 people dead and six people wounded. Eleven . . .
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