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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A memorial has been created in Israel to honor the victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting.

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Mayor Peduto traveled to Israel Saturday to attend the 33rd annual International Mayors Conference. While in Israel, the Pittsburgh mayor visited a memorial that was created in honor of the victims of the Tree of Life shooting.

(Photo Credit: Twitter/@BillPeduto)

Peduto posted to Twitter Sunday morning with pictures from the memorial that was created in honor of the 11 victims.

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In October 2018, 11 people were killed and six more, including four police officers, were injured when accused shooter 46-year-old Robert Bowers opened fire inside the Squirrel Hill synagogue.

According to Peduto’s post on Twitter, an olive tree was planted in memorial of the victims of the shooting. A memorial plaque was also placed with the names of each victim.

Photo Credit: (Twitter/@BillPeduto)

The memorial was added to the current 9/11 memorial in Jerusalem, Israel.

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Mayor Peduto will return from Israel on Friday. He is one of the two mayors from the country attending the worldwide conference.