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Vigils honor victims of Tree of Life shooting
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Vigils honor victims of Tree of Life shooting

  • Hundreds of Highland Park residents gather outside the Reformed Church of Highland Park for a candlelight vigil. Photo courtesy of Mason Resnick Photography
    Hundreds of Highland Park residents gather outside the Reformed Church of Highland Park for a candlelight vigil. Photo courtesy of Mason Resnick Photography
  • Rabbi Marc Kline, far right in front, is joined by other religious leaders during a vigil Oct. 29 at Monmouth Reform Temple in Tinton Falls that drew more than 1,000 people. Photo courtesy Monmouth Reform Temple
    Rabbi Marc Kline, far right in front, is joined by other religious leaders during a vigil Oct. 29 at Monmouth Reform Temple in Tinton Falls that drew more than 1,000 people. Photo courtesy Monmouth Reform Temple
  • Gov. Phil Murphy, pictured, and Rep. Frank Pallone were among the officials speaking on Oct. 28 at an interfaith vigil that drew more than 600 people to Congregation Neve Shalom, Metuchen.
    Gov. Phil Murphy, pictured, and Rep. Frank Pallone were among the officials speaking on Oct. 28 at an interfaith vigil that drew more than 600 people to Congregation Neve Shalom, Metuchen.
  • Gov. Phil Murphy, pictured, and Rep. Frank Pallone were among the officials speaking on Oct. 28 at an interfaith vigil that drew more than 600 people to Congregation Neve Shalom, Metuchen.
    Gov. Phil Murphy, pictured, and Rep. Frank Pallone were among the officials speaking on Oct. 28 at an interfaith vigil that drew more than 600 people to Congregation Neve Shalom, Metuchen.
  • During a Torah dedication at Rutgers Chabad Oct. 28 the 11 victims of the Pittsburgh shooting were remembered by leaving the last 11 letters of the scroll blank. They were filled in during the ceremony by male students.
    During a Torah dedication at Rutgers Chabad Oct. 28 the 11 victims of the Pittsburgh shooting were remembered by leaving the last 11 letters of the scroll blank. They were filled in during the ceremony by male students.
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