The anti-Semitic gunman who opened fire on a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday morning has been named as 46-year-old Robert Bowers (pictured center in his social media profile and top right in his drivers license). Bowers opened fire at the Tree of Life Congregation Synagogue in the Squirrel Hill area of Pittsburgh shortly before 10am, murdering at least eight people and injuring six more including four cops. Shortly before 10am, he burst through the synagogues doors and opened fire on a Shabbat service congregation on the main floor where around 40 to 50 people had gathered, shouting all Jews must die! The shooter was armed with an AR-15 and multiple handguns (bottom left). After killing three people on the main floor, he went to downstairs, where the New Light congregation was gathering in the basement, and opened fire there. He murdered four people there then fled upstairs where, on the third floor, he exchanged fire with SWAT teams. Dor Hadash, a third, smaller group, was gathered in the rabbis study to the side of the Tree of Life s congregation. After being injured himself in the crossfire, the gunman surrendered to police. He is now in custody. After reporting on Twitter that the events were far more devastating than thought, President Trump said that it could have been prevented if the synagogue had its own security.