5. SOUNDBITE (French) Abdel Baki Attaf, Co-founder of the Gennevilliers Mosque:
"Nothing special, they (local Muslims at the mosque) will understand that it was naturally aimed at calming this atmosphere, to allow the family to mourn in peace around the deceased, and for the town, and the mosque, and the whole nation, that it takes place very discreetly. I think everyone will understand that in this way."
6. Various of prayers inside mosque
7. SOUNDBITE (French) Abdel Baki Attaf, Co-founder of the Gennevilliers Mosque:
"The body is handed to the undertakers. They wash the body with soap and shampoo after which they conduct a big ritual cleansing and a small ritual cleansing, and then they wrap the body in three white sheets. They then place the body in the coffin, which is closed and then turned towards Mecca. Those present will then offer a funeral prayer."
8. Exterior of mosque
9. Soldier outside mosque
Levallois-Perret - 18 January 2015
10. Various of national security headquarters (DGSI) annex of the French Interior Ministry
One of the gunmen who attacked the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was buried on Saturday in his hometown of Gennevilliers, just north of Paris.
Cherif Kouachi was buried in the Muslim quarter of the town's cemetery in an anonymous grave, according to the director of the mayor's cabinet.
The mosque of Gennevilliers had expected the burial to take place quietly, away from the public eye, but was not involved in the traditional ritual ceremony.
On Sunday, one of the mosque's co-founders, Abdel Baki Attaf, said he believed the burial had been carried out "discreetly" in order to maintain a calm atmosphere.
Gennevilliers, a traditionally working class town on the close outskirts of Paris, has one of France's oldest Muslim communities.
Meanwhile, French police released three women from questioning but continued on Sunday to interrogate nine other people detained in an anti-terror sweep connected to last week's attacks in Paris that have put Europe on high alert.