"I don't think that the answer to this problem is solved by having our synagogues, mosques and churches filled with armed guards or our schools filled with armed guards", Peduto said during an appearance on NBC News' "Meet The Press".
David and Cecil Rosenthal, aged 54 and 59 respectively, were identified as the brothers who were killed.
Now teaching English with the Masa Israel program, she said this event "makes me miss Pittsburgh".
Rose Mallinger was visiting the Tree of Life synagogue when the attacker, named by the authorities as Robert Bowers, 46, a declared antisemite, burst in and opened fire with three Glock handguns and an AR-15 semi-automatic assault rifle.
"It was the most terrible day yesterday", said Gibbons, who was with the family when they learned of the tragedy.
An online crowdfunding page created by two Muslim groups has raised over $50,000 for victims of Saturday's Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, synagogue massacre.
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At the Chicago vigil, those who stood outside on the cold, damp night tried to shield their candles from blowing out in the wind using their hands or tinfoil wrappings.
"Through this campaign", the page adds, "we hope to send a united message from the Jewish and Muslim communities that there is no place for this type of hate and violence in America".
"Temple has always been a very safe place for them", said Ressler, who directs the child's choir at Temple Beth Sholom in Miami Beach. Meanwhile, in the back of the crowd, a man shouted, "Is this a vigil or a rally?" "It's incredible to see the amount of people who came out because I was feeling really alone and completely separated from the community that gave me my Jewish identity, and here I feel so uplifted and supported by completely random strangers I met on the Internet".
The other victims included 75-year-old Joyce Fienberg of Oakland, 65-year-old Richard Gottfried of Ross Township, 66-year-old Jerry Rabinowitz of Edgewood and 69-year-old Irving Younger of Mt. Washington. The groups have partnered with the Islamic Center of Pittsburgh in order to disburse the funds once the fundraiser ends. I can't sit by and watch my people get slaughtered. "It's one thing after another", said Piltz, a member of the Orthodox Jewish community in West Rogers Park. Synagogue officials said police would only normally have been present for security on high holidays. "It's the norm, which is a shame". "Tree of Life was my second home, the community in which I grew up and became a Bar Mitzvah".
"And even if you weren't friends with them, you know them", she continued. "For 23 years, he was the congregation's rabbi", Berkun wrote.
Stein, a retired plumbing salesman as well as a husband, father of two and grandfather of one, attended Shabbat services every Saturday morning, his nephew, Steven Halle, told WPXI News on Saturday.