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Rajan Basra 20h
The attacker uploaded more than a manifesto. We can build a general timeline of his attack preparation by looking at the content and "date modified" of those files. How long do you think it took to plan/prepare this attack? (THREAD)
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Jonathan Greenblatt Oct 11
Jana Lange, 40 Kevin S., 20 These are the two victims who were gunned down on in , Germany after the shooter failed to enter the synagogue. Please join me in mourning and honoring them. May their memories be a blessing.
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max czollek Oct 12
My commentary on has just been published in English! Please forward it to anyone who may be interested. "It's not enough to install a few security cameras -- it's time for an antifascist consensus."
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WJC Oct 11
The two victims of the attack on Yom Kippur have been identified as 40-year-old Jana Lange and 20-year-old Kevin S. They were gunned down by the shooter after he failed to break into the synagogue; innocent victims of racism and hatred. May their memory be a blessing.
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Bini Guttmann Oct 11
After our vigil for today in Brussels I stood outside the 🇩🇪 embassy. Suddenly one of the police men approached and me, telling us to remove our Kippot for security reasons. This is a reality for European Jews. But we will continue to live our identity.
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Michael Dickson Oct 10
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Bartosz Dudek Oct 12
It´s why it is so important to be on hat. There must be no place for hate and racism in our societies. Nowhere and never. Giving victims the faces reminds us on that. As we saw in last week the threat is still on. Rest in peace dear angels.
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Carl Nasman Oct 10
“Our love is stronger than your hate.” Hundreds of people in gathering now at the central square to honor the victims of yesterday’s attack
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(((Sabine Kamp))) Oct 11
May their memory a blessing. And may healing come for those who were traumatized.
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AJC Central Europe Oct 11
During a memorial service at Warsaw Nożyk synagogue we remembered victims of the antisemitic attack in . 🇮🇱 & 🇩🇪 Ambassadors attended. Muslim & Christian clergy joined prayers. Chief Rabbi Schudrich said "Sometimes bad things happen just because good people are silent."
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Carl Nasman Oct 11
A video of the synagogue shooting in was live streamed by the attacker. Here’s how tech companies like worked together to limit its reach:
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Lena Oct 13
The terrorist attack in is now being connected with video games again and kinda presented as an "undeniable fact". Germany's minister of the interior now says, that they need to watch the gamers... also they seem to kinda forget that games are not only shooters.
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SpookFox 👻 🔜 👩🏻‍🎓 Oct 12
LMAO our minister who’s responsible for inner safety said after the nazi terror of the GAMER scene needs to be watched more closely LMAO bitch pls excuse me while I prepare a shooting playing the most violent game ever
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Linus Pook Oct 11
Hundreds of people are protecting the synagoge of right now. Shabbat Shalom.
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Deborah Cole Oct 10
Flowers & candles outside Berlin's New Synagogue one day after Yom Kippur attack
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Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Oct 10
Replying to @jewishaction
The shooter livestreamed his synagogue attack. He ranted against immigration & feminism, saying “the root of all these problems is the Jew.” It’s classic antisemitism. It’s the same rhetoric right-wing leaders are using daily. It’s putting our communities in danger.
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WJC Oct 10
Paying our respects together with the Jewish community and Germany’s Federal Minister of Interior, Horst Seehofer, at the synagogue in , which was attacked yesterday on Yom Kippur. We send our condolences to the families of the two victims who were killed by the attacker.
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Mishal Husain Oct 10
Keep returning to this from the leader of the Jewish community in . Terrible and terrifying
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Zentralrat der Juden in Deutschland Oct 11
In tiefer Trauer um die Ermordeten von .
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Andrea Sinz Oct 11
Let’s stand together against intolerance and hate!
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