June 23, 2021

A minute of silence at the UN for the victims of Pittsburgh and the ambassador of Israel calls for unity

A minute of silence at the UN for the victims of Pittsburgh and the ambassador of Israel calls for unity



The UN Security Council today began its work with a minute of silence in memory of the victims in the shooting of the synagogue of Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), an event before which the ambassador of Israel in the United Nations, Danny Danon, claimed "unity against anti-Semitism".

Danon said about the event: "The world is leaning in memory of the murdered in Pittsburgh, this is the time to unite and fight as one against the wave of anti-Semitism that crosses continents, languages ​​and cultures."

Likewise, the flags of the New York State agencies are flying at half mast all this week in tribute to the victims of the shooting in the synagogue in Pennsylvania and of a supermarket in Kentucky.

Rob Bowers, author of the massacre this Saturday in a synagogue in Pittsburgh in which eleven people died, appears today before a judge accused of hate crimes, for which he faces the death penalty.

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