1. Mourners gathered at funeral of Ahmed Merabet, French Muslim policeman shot dead outside the Charlie Hebdo office
2. Coffin with Merabet's body draped in French flag being carried
3. Mourners gathered at cemetery
4. Various of payers inside tent
5. Prayers outside tent
6. Coffin carried amid crowd
7. Mourners and flanking relatives
8. Setup shot of Yamina Zenasni, friend of Ahmed Merabet, talking to media
9. SOUNDBITE (French) Yamina Zenasni, friend of Ahmed Merabet :
"Of course, he is a hero. Ahmed was so modest, he was humble and simple. I've lost a friend."
10. Family members holding cushions with Merabet's medals and policeman hat
11. Mourners gathered at cemetery
12. Various of family receiving condolences
13. SOUNDBITE (French) Sliman Ahmadi, 27, Ahmed Merabet's cousin from Nancy:
"People who shot him are not Muslims. They are not Muslims because Quran says that by killing even one person it's like you shot the whole humanity. And they killed a Muslim so we can't say he (Ahmed Merabet) was their brother or that they were Muslims. Those people didn't know anything about the religion, they were manipulated."
14. Various of policeman writing messages in condolence book
15. Set up shot of Imam of Bobigny mosque (brown cloth)
16. SOUNDBITE (French) No name given, Imam of mosque in Bobigny:
"He (Ahmed Merabet) was a good Muslim who did his job, like you, like me, like everybody, like someone who is doing a job for himself, for his family, for his country. And regarding what happened, we don't agree with it, there is no Muslim who could agree with killings."
Hundreds of Muslims, family, friends and colleagues gathered on Tuesday in Bobigny, a Paris suburb, for the funeral of Ahmed Merabet, the French Muslim policeman shot dead outside Charlie Hebdo office last week.
Merabet, 42, was shot by Said and Cherif Kouachi shortly after they massacred 12 people during the attack on the satirical newspaper on Wednesday.
A video taken by an onlooker that surfaced on the Internet last week showed Merabet being shot dead as he lay wounded on the ground as the gunmen made their escape from Charlie Hebdo.
Merabet's relatives and friends were shaken by his tragic death and said the people who shot him should not have considered themselves Muslims.
One of the immams of a mosque in Bobigny condemned the killing and said that "there is no Muslim who could agree with killings."