PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The famous Pittsburgh Steelers logo received a makeover following the deadly attack Saturday morning at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
The logo features three diamonds, but in this rendition, the top diamond is changed into the Star of David.
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The new image has the words “Stronger Than Hate” written beside the logo. The picture has been tweeted by many Pittsburgh organizations and community leaders.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are scheduled to play the Cleveland Browns in Pittsburgh at 1 p.m. Team officials say that a memorial service is planned.
Statement from Steelers President Art Rooney II. pic.twitter.com/GFwFISshZd
— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) October 28, 2018
— Terrell Edmunds (@rell_island6) October 27, 2018
Pittsburgh. One Community. pic.twitter.com/ADB0oNbKVM
— bill peduto (@billpeduto) October 28, 2018
There is no place for violence in our country. This evil must end. To the entire Jewish community of #Pittsburgh, and all of our Jewish friends, we stand with you in solidarity against this hatred. #Strongerthanhate pic.twitter.com/M0gwC7w1Ql
— Keith Rothfus (@KeithRothfus) October 27, 2018
— JOE MANGANIELLO (@JoeManganiello) October 27, 2018
I am heartbroken by the act of a hate crime today on innocent people. My prayers go out to the Tree of Life Synagogue and to the community of Squirrel Hill. pic.twitter.com/zrlL6RYSWR
— Charlie Batch (@CharlieBatch16) October 28, 2018
— Jeff Verszyla (@Verz) October 28, 2018