Thousands Mourn Rabbis Slain in Jerusalem Attack
Funerals were held before sundown for the four Rabbis killed Tuesday morning by two Palestinians at a Jerusalem synagogue.
Vehicles carry the bodies of Calman Levine, Aryeh Kopinsky and Avraham Shmuel Goldberg during their funeral near the scene of an attack at a Jerusalem synagogue, on Nov. 18, 2014. Two Palestinians armed with a meat cleaver and a gun killed four worshippers, including Kopinsky, Levine and Goldberg at the synagogue on Tuesday before being shot dead by police, the deadliest such incident in six years in the holy city amid a surge in religious conflict.
An Ultra-Orthodox man walks on the roof of a building to get a better view of the funeral of Rabbi Moshe Tabersky in Jerusalem.
Israeli Ultra-Orthodox Jews carry the body of Rabbi Mosheh Twersky, a descendant of two rabbinical dynasties, onto a vehicle during his funeral in Jerusalem.
Israeli Ultra-Orthodox Jews mourn during the funeral of Aryeh Kopinsky, Calman Levine and Avraham Shmuel Goldberg.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews gather and pray outside the yeshiva and synagogue where four Jews were slain by two Palestinians in the Har Nof religious neighborhood.
Mourners attend a eulogy ceremony for Rabbi Moshe Twersky. Family, friends and admirers of Twersky, whose father was a pre-eminent Jewish scholar, expressed disbelief as they addressed the crowd of mourners through loudspeakers at a seminary in West Jerusalem where the funeral was held.
A children's park is filled with religious Jewish women attending the afternoon funeral services for Aryeh Kupinsky, Rabbi Avraham Shmuel Goldberg, and Rabbi Kalman Levine.
A young mourner cries during the funeral.
Mourners gather for the funeral.
Thousands of people attended a joint funeral for Kupinsky, Levine and Goldberg before sundown— held outside the synagogue where the attack occurred.