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Cam Newton Honoring Pittsburgh Synagogue Victims with 'Stronger than Hate' Cleats


Cam Newton‘s going against the Pittsburgh Steelers on the field … but he’s standing united with the city Thursday night … honoring the synagogue shooting victims with “Stronger than Hate” cleats.

The Panthers superstar revealed the kicks just minutes ago during pregame warm-ups … showing a mock-up of the Steelers logo with a Star of David and the phrase “Hatred Can’t Weaken a City of Steel.”

Ben Roethlisberger wore similar custom cleats over the weekend against the Ravens … and Julian Edelman showed support with Team Israel hat from the World Baseball Classic after the Patriots game on Sunday.




As we previously reported … an active shooter opened fire at a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh during a prayer service on October 27th, leaving 11 people dead in the anti-Semitic attack.

The Penguins honored the victims as well last month … with a special patch on their uniforms and donated $50,000 to help victims and their families.



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