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#TOL1104 Tears well in the eyes of Tejal Bhojak, 45, of Squirrel Hill as she holds a candle during a vigil blocks from Tree of Life synagogue, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018, in Squirrel Hill. "Our entire life has lived here, we're just coming out in support," said Bhojak. (Stephanie Strasburg/Post-Gazette)
A gunman shattered a sacred space and ripped a hole in the Jewish community in Pittsburgh and beyond. But those left bereft have pledged they will not be cowed by threats or defeated by hatred.

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