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Photos: Toulouse Shooting Victims Funeral in Jerusalem

Preparing the Bodies of the Toulouse Shooting Victims in Jerusalem

Photo Credit: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90

Burial site, Har Menuchot, Jerusalem

 

Bodies of Toulouse Victims in Jerusalem

 

Bodies of Toulouse Shooting Victims at Har Menuchot Cemetary

 

Burial of Toulouse Shooting Victims at Har Menuchot, Jerusalem

About the Author: Malkah Fleisher is a graduate of Cardozo Law School in New York City. She is an editor/staff writer at JewishPress.com and co-hosts a weekly Israeli FM radio show. Malkah lives with her husband and two children on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.


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9 Responses to “Photos: Toulouse Shooting Victims Funeral in Jerusalem”

  1. Naomi Romm says:

    I am heartbroken.

  2. Sophia Khan says:

    hate that ing person who had killed these innocent.

  3. Angel Cohendich Brooks says:

    Same here, this poor mother how does she go on, may Ha'Shem give her al the strenght she and her little girl need…

  4. Linda Gebaroff says:

    I am so deeply heartbroken. I see the faces of my own children when I look at the pictures. I feel the deep pain of a mothers heart. I ache for all of Israel, my own.
    Please people, show respect and don't post profanity. It reflects badly on the Jewish people and does not honor the memory.

  5. Sarah Stein says:

    Our hearts grieve as one, our pain is one…

  6. Dror Mo says:

    Heartbreaking….

  7. Heartbroken for those victims and their families. Respect and love for Israel.

  8. Rebeca Mason says:

    my heart goes out to the families and victims. I am a mother, and I feel the pain of a mothers heart. I hold my son who is 3, also named gabriel, tight. much love to the families and victims, and to israel.

  9. May the Archangles and the great Angle of battle Gaberial defend Isreal.

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