Relatives and friends of Yoav Hattab, a 21 year old French Jew killed in last week's Paris supermarket attack, hold a memorial service on the outskirts of Tel Aviv. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Dozens of mourners, including family members, gathered in an ultra-Orthodox suburb of Tel Aviv on Tuesday (January 13) to pay respects to 21-year-old Yoav Hattab who was killed in a hostage-taking attack on a kosher supermarket in Paris. Hattab's body was brought to Israel earlier in the day alongside three other Jewish victims who will be buried in a state funeral attended by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyhua and President Reuven Rivlin, at a Jerusalem cemetery as per families request, Israeli prime minister office said. The service for Hattab was held in the ultra-Orthodox town of Bnei Brak, at a synagogue ran by a family member. After the service the the body was taken to Jerusalem for burial. Four Jews lost their lives in a hostage-taking attack at a kosher store on Friday (January 9) two days after the murders of 12 people in an attack on the satirical Charlie Hebdo magazine and a separate incident where a police woman was killed.