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In Highland Park’s Jewish community, few are untouched by deadly mass shooting

Summary by Ground News
The shooting at Highland Park's July 4 parade killed seven people. Victims included both Jews and non-Jews, in a reflection of the suburb's diversity. The Chicago suburb is home to a large Jewish community, including a substantial number of Israelis. A separate memorial service for Jacki Sundheim will take place Friday.
1 month ago·New York, United States

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In Highland Park’s Jewish community, few are untouched by deadly mass shooting

The alleged killer was charged with murder Tuesday night, as a local synagogue prepared to mourn a community member killed in the massacre.

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