Members of Charleston's Jewish and other faith communities were deeply troubled by news that a shooting that left at least 10 people dead at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Faith leaders say that hopes and prayers are needed, but that action is also essential. They called for stamping out hateful rhetoric that has poisoned public discourse in recent years.
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With the help of population growth along the Grand Strand, it now has 47 families that are full-time members.
Charleston police are investigating a report of vandalism at a West Ashley synagogue.
A former neo-Nazi serving prison time for firebombing a synagogue is reaching out to Dylann Roof in an effort to convince the young white supr…