Funeral of Israeli parents shot dead in West Bank
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Dateline: Jerusalem - 2 October 2015
Date: 10/02/2015 11:22 AM
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Jerusalem - 2 October 2015
1. Various of mourners and soldiers arriving at the cemetery for the funeral of Eitam and Naama Henkin killed by a Palestinian gunman on Thursday
2. Van arriving at cemetery
3. Various of mourners arriving at cemetery
4. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Uri Arieli, Israeli Minister of Agriculture:
"At this time, we have to stop talking and start taking action. I hope and encourage the Prime Minister (Benjamin Netanyahu) to do what is necessary and I hope he will do so."
5. Mourners arriving at cemetery
6. Protesters chanting and waving the Israeli flag, demonstrating against the killings of Eitam and Naama Henkin
7. Protesters chanting (Hebrew): "The people of Israel live"
8. Israeli soldiers standing near protesters
9. Protesters holding banner reading (Hebrew): "Jewish blood will not be spilled in vain."
10. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Shmuel Oliven, Jerusalem resident:
"It is unacceptable that people, citizens, will stumble upon in a planned ambushed to murder them in cold blood in front of their children. This situation is unacceptable. This demands a considerable improvement of the security situation."
11. Child holding banner reading (Hebrew): "Demanding Revenge"
12. Wide of protesters
Thousands attended the funeral of a Jewish settler couple on Friday who were killed by Palestinian gunmen.
The attackers opened fire late on Thursday toward a vehicle travelling near the Palestinian village of Beit Furik.
Eitam and Naama Henkin, residents of a Jewish West Bank settlement, were killed.
Their four young children, who were seated in the back seat and watched their parents die, were otherwise unharmed.
While the funeral procession was underway, dozens of Jewish settler youth gathered in Jerusalem to demonstrate against the attack.
The killings came on the heels of a series of Palestinian rock and firebomb attacks.
Israel has vowed to quash the threat and has increasingly been arresting offenders.
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