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Landmarks In The U.S., Overseas Go Dark To Honor Synagogue Shooting Victims

The New York City landmark switched off most of the lights on its tower, leaving only an orange halo glowing to “shine a light on gun violence awareness,” according to a statement.

“I express my support for the Jewish community and all of Pittsburgh’s inhabitants,” she added.

In a different kind of light tribute, a projection appeared on the Western Wall of the old city of Jerusalem to honor the victims:

On Saturday, an entire facade of Tel Aviv’s municipal building, including its city hall, was transformed into a giant American flag using window lights to show solidarity with the people of Pittsburgh:

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