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People Who Saved Synagogue Killer’s Life Have One Thing In Common He’d Hate

There’s a word for this? Can anybody think of it…?

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Robert Bowers is the noted anti-Semite who murdered 11 innocent Jews in a Pittsburgh synagogue.

The people who saved Bowers’ life after the police took him down all have one very important thing in common he would absolutely hate.

Any guesses?

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Here’s a hint: Judaism.

From Fox News:

Jewish doctors and nurses at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh put their personal feelings aside to help save the life of the man who allegedly claimed he wanted to “kill all the Jews” as he opened fire at a synagogue and murdered 11 worshipers.

If this isn’t ironic then nothing ever will be.

Robert Bowers, 46, was shot multiple times himself and taken to AGH. In addition to killing eight men and three women, he wounded six other people, including four police officers, before surrendering Saturday.

“He was taken to my hospital and he’s shouting, ‘I want to kill all the Jews’,” Dr. Jeffrey Cohen, president of Allegheny General Hospital and a member of the Tree of Life Synagogue, told ABC. “The first three people who took care of him were Jewish.”

Dr. Jeffrey Cohen noted: “We are here to take care of sick people. We’re not here to judge you. We’re not here to ask ‘Do you have insurance or do you not have insurance?’ We’re here to take care of people who need our help.”

Minnesota state Rep. Ilhan Omar, a Democrat, is currently running for Congress.

If victorious, she’d become the first female Muslim member of Congress and second overall, preceded by former Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison.

In 2012, Omar tweeted about the “evil doings of Israel.”

Today, she is sticking by her words.

From Daily Wire:

Omar’s initial tweet came three days after “Palestinian terrorists in Gaza launched more than 150 rockets at Israel” from November 10-13, 2012, reports the Jewish Virtual Library.

The tweet was dug up earlier this year.

Omar’s reponse when forced to defend:

Omar defended herself against charges of anti-Semitism in a July interview with ABC News, saying: “These accusations are without merit. They are rooted in bigotry toward a belief about what Muslims are stereotyped to believe.”

 

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