The four Jewish victims of last week's terror attack on a kosher supermarket in Paris were buried on Tuesday in Israel.
The four Jewish victims of last week’s terror attack on a kosher supermarket in Paris were buried on Tuesday in Israel.
Here is a look at the victims:
YOHAN COHEN — Cohen worked at the kosher grocery store that was attacked by Amedy Coulibaly. The 22-year-old was friends on Facebook with his colleague Lassana Bathily, a Muslim who saved the lives of shoppers by turning off the stockroom’s freezer and hiding them inside before sneaking out through a fire escape to brief police on the hostage-taker upstairs. Cohen loved rap music. His parents left North Africa in the 1960s to settle in the northern Paris suburb of Sarcelles.
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YOAV HATTAB — Hattab finished high school in Tunisia before moving to Paris to seek a business degree in marketing. He was killed while attempting to snatch one of Coulibaly’s weapons, according to witnesses quoted in various French news media. The 21-year-old Hattab was the son of the Tunis chief rabbi.
FRANCOIS-MICHEL SAADA — Saada, a pensioner in his 60s, was killed while buying goods for the Sabbath. Born in Tunis, the former senior manager was married to Laurence, a teacher. Their two children, Jonathan and Emilie, both live in Israel.
PHILLIPPE BRAHAM — Braham, a sales manager in his 40s, attended services at the synagogue of Montrouge and was the brother of the rabbi at the synagogue of Pantin, according to French daily Le Parisien. Both synagogues are in the Paris suburbs.