Kerry Smooke, center left, and daughter Molly Feinberg, right center, attend a Shabbat morning service by Rabbi Chuck Diamond outside the Tree of Life Synagogue on Nov. 3 in Pittsburgh. About 100 people gathered in a cold drizzle for what was called a “healing service” outside the synagogue that was the scene of a mass shooting the week before.
Kerry Smooke, center left, and daughter Molly Feinberg, right center, attend a Shabbat morning service by Rabbi Chuck Diamond outside the Tree of Life Synagogue on Nov. 3 in Pittsburgh. About 100 people gathered in a cold drizzle for what was called a “healing service” outside the synagogue that was the scene of a mass shooting the week before. Gene J. Puskar AP
Kerry Smooke, center left, and daughter Molly Feinberg, right center, attend a Shabbat morning service by Rabbi Chuck Diamond outside the Tree of Life Synagogue on Nov. 3 in Pittsburgh. About 100 people gathered in a cold drizzle for what was called a “healing service” outside the synagogue that was the scene of a mass shooting the week before. Gene J. Puskar AP

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