I have posted this question on quora.com, and I am pleased to see so many points of that view. From religious people to atheist we have gotten many interesting answers. The idea of asking such a question actually came from the recent events when very sadly, people have been killed in a synagogue. It is a tragic event, but still, people are trying to take politic advantages after all. Why do we have to come out with white supremacy, or the community is strong, and we will fight until we get our rights. Why cannot just say a mentally sick man killed other people? We have to go to the root of the problem and stop getting with ridiculous statements. Recently someone posted on the internet an interview with a gentleman who grew up in a Jewish community. He talks about the unfortunate events and spoke about the victims. His speech was very nice, articulated but again pointing to a specific community. As long as this gentleman is right, it is sad to see the separation of humankind. He keeps mentioning the Jewish community and the tragedy that happened but please, fellow humans, do not be trapped by religions. There are no better religions than other, and the hate, well, comes from anywhere, from any religion. It is not against Jewish only it is against humanity. I do not try to minimize the message, but please there are millions of people dying everywhere from injustice and hate. Please mourn all of them because we are all one. One man killing many is not a hater against that community but a hater of humanity. It is not right to say his craziness and evilness should be generalized to the rest of his kind, because there is no true. I am not a Jew, but I must say I love all beings as humans, animals, plants, and I do not care much about my religion because if I do so, I inflict ultimately hate and wrongness. The religion should always be a point of reference to God. Please promote a message of love and not only when something happened in your “community.” The world is our community, and the religion, skin color, or nationality does not matter. We have to understand that, and then we will be free. There are no chosen people; it is just people of God because God loves us all. We are all chosen by God, and the proof of that statement is simple: we are here on Earth. When God made us his messengers, it does not mean that we are special, only that we are of God. If we alter the message and take advantage of the changed meaning. In doing so, we are not promoting God any longer.