On Oct. 27, 2018, 11 people were killed and six others were wounded when a gunman entered the Tree of Life Synagogue in the Squirrel Hill section of Pittsburgh, shouting, “All these Jews need to die.”

Below is compete coverage of the tragic event from Jmore and JTA, as well as coverage from other recent mass shootings in American history.

Pittsburgh memorial
Rep. John Sarbanes, Sen. Ben Cardin, Susan Turnbull, candidate for lieutenant governor, Baltimore County Executive Don Mohler and Johnny Olszewski Jr., candidate for Baltimore County executive (left to right), bow their heads during a gathering hosted by Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. (Photo by Steve Ruark)

Pittsburgh Shooting News

Baltimore Interfaith Service Honors Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Victims

Pittsburgh’s largest paper prints Mourner’s Kaddish prayer in Hebrew on front page

Thousands Protest Trump Visit to Synagogue Where Massacre Took Place

Rose Mallinger, Oldest Victim of Pittsburgh Shooting, Remembered as ‘Pillar of Jewish Community’

Pittsburgh Remembers Shooting Victims David and Cecil Rosenthal as Thoughtful and Kind

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger wears ‘Stronger than Hate’ cleats to honor Pittsburgh synagogue victims

Timeline:  How the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting unfolded

Jewish doctors treated Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect before his first court appearance

Baltimore Jewry Gathers to Mourn the Pittsburgh Massacre

Security to be Enhanced for Baltimore’s Jewish Community

Here are the Names of the Victims of the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

11 Dead, 6 Injured in Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Trump Blames Shooting Deaths at Pittsburgh Synagogue on Lack of Armed Guards

Pope Francis on Pittsburgh synagogue attack: ‘All of us are wounded by this inhuman act of violence’

Pittsburgh Steelers hold moment of silence to honor synagogue shooting victims

Muslim groups raise over $115,000 for Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims and families

Pittsburgh Shooting Thoughts and Commentary

Why Words Really Do Matter

To Feel Safe, Jews Need a Government that Says & Does the Right Thing

It’s Time for Jews to Open Our Eyes to the Anti-Semitism Building on the Right

What Politicians, Jewish Leaders & Others are Saying About the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Baltimore Jewish Leaders on the Pittsburgh Shooting

‘Our Hearts are Broken’: The Jewish World Reacts to the Pittsburgh Synagogue Attack

More on the Pittsburgh Shooting

How the Pittsburgh Shooting is Affecting the Elections

Towson University Vigil for Victims of Pittsburgh Shooting

Pittsburgh Tries to See the Future Through the Darkness

In Europe, Synagogues are Protected Like Fortresses. It Took Decades to Get There.

After a Mass Killing in Pittsburgh, a Havdalah of Defiance Attracts Jews & Non-Jews

4 Other Recent Shootings That Have Targeted the Jewish Community

Life@Work: Workplaces Can Be a Source of Support and Comfort

Poway Mayor Steve Vaus
Executive Director Rabbi Ysrael Goldstein, who was shot in the hands, with Poway Mayor Steve Vaus outside of the Chabad of Poway Synagogue in Poway, California on April 28, 2019. (SANDY HUFFAKER/AFP/Getty Images)

Poway, Calif., Synagogue Shooting — April 27, 2019

One Dead, Multiple Injured in San Diego Synagogue Shooting

Alleged Poway Synagogue Shooter Charged with Murder

Poway Mayor: Post-Pittsburgh Precautions Saved Lives

The Poway shooting exposes the fractured state of our communal discourse — Opinion

Chabad, the movement whose synagogue was targeted in the Poway shooting, explained

March for Our Lives — Peace (Photo by Lizzie Kane)

Parkland, Fla. — Feb. 14, 2018

March for Our Lives 2018 Coverage

March for Our Lives: The Day in Photos

Jewish Students on the March For Our Lives

2 Fathers Lost Daughters in Parkland Shooting. Now They’re on Different Sides of the Gun Debate.

This Parkland Survivor Hid in a Closet During the Shooting. Now He Advocates for Gun Reform.

Florida School Shooting’s Jewish Victims Remembered for their Kindness

Jewish Dad of Fla. School Shooting Victim to Trump: ‘It Stops Here’

Jewish Day Schools Across the Country Join Walkouts Demanding Action on Gun Violence

The Jewish Sheriff Leading the Response to the Fla. School Shooting Quotes the Talmud

Make Schools Safe Again

Las Vegas shooting
Concertgoers taking cover at a country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip following a mass shooting attack, Oct. 1, 2017. (David Becker/Getty Images)

Las Vegas — Oct. 1, 2017

Fear, Loathing and Lunacy in Las Vegas … and Baltimore

If Not Now, When?

Las Vegas Jewish Community Rallies to Help in Aftermath of Shooting

March for Our Lives
Marchers wear orange hats in remembrance of gun violence victims. (Photo by Rachel Wingrat)

Gun Violence

Jewish Video Gamer from Baltimore Opens Fire During Tournament Killing 2 and Himself

Arm Teachers With School Supplies, Not Guns

Following the Lead of Today’s Young Folks

Pikesville High Student Advocates for School Safety Measures

Pikesville High’s Josie Shaffer has a Mission

Shooting Range Request Points to a Broader Societal Issue

White supremacists
White supremacists meet in Charlottesville, Va. on August 12, 2017 (Ron Kampeas)

Also see:

Here’s What it Costs to Put Your Synagogue Under Armed Guard

Wake Up Call

Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting is a Moment of Reckoning for American Jews — From The Daily Beast

Trump Blamed The Pittsburgh Synagogue For What He Said Was A Lack Of Security — From BuzzFeed

Israeli politicians call on government to recognize liberal streams of Judaism in wake of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

A Year After Charlottesville, the ‘Alt-Right’ is Not So United. But Some of its Ideas Have Gone Mainstream.

Jewish Leaders Condemn Charlottesville Violence and Trump’s Reaction

Md. Political Leaders Weigh In on Charlottesville and Trump

Charlottesville Says it Provided Protection to Synagogue, Refuting Initial Account

Charlottesville and ‘Many Sides’

Trump Again Condemns ‘Both Sides’ for Charlottesville Violence

A Guide to the Far-Right Groups that Protested in Charlottesville