A large crowd turned out in Jerusalem on Wednesday to pay final respects to the four French Jews who were gunned down outside a Jewish school in Toulouse this week. The funeral was a somber occasion, with many Israelis arguing this was a sign the French Jewish community needed to move to Israel.
The victims of the killings at the Jewish school in Toulouse, France were laid to rest at the main cemetery in Jerusalem on Wednesday. At least 2,000 people turned out for the funeral. The World's Matthew Bell was there.
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