Crowd sings Hebrew songs in peaceful protest in wake of Pittsburgh synagogue massacre

Thousands gathered on the streets of Squirrel Hill on Tuesday, October 30, to peacefully protest the massacre at a local synagogue on Sunday that left 11 dead.

Protesters marched down Forbes avenue, singing Jewish hymns about peace and love, and waved signs with messages such as "No Place for Hate" and "Words Matter".

Trump and the First Lady visited Pittsburgh the same day, spending about 20 minutes at the synagogue in honour of the massacre's victims.