1. Mourners at funeral carrying body of killed soldier Corporal Yosef Cohen who died in a shooting attack on Thursday
2. Close of two men mourning
3. Moshe Lion, Mayor of Jerusalem (second left) and Shlomo Amar, Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem (second right), among mourners
4. Zoom out of soldier crying
5. Women at funeral
6. Rabbi Eliyahu Merav, stepfather of killed soldier, crying and addressing crowd at funeral UPSOUND (Hebrew): "Yosef, Yosef, Yosef, what you did to me, I can't believe it, all the family, all of us, God gives and God takes."
7. Soldiers mourning
8. Pan right of body
9. Various of mother of killed soldier crying
10. Soldiers carrying body of killed soldier
11. Exterior of funeral house and mourners gathered outside
Hundreds of mourners on Friday attended the funeral of an Israeli soldier killed in a shooting attack in the West Bank, a day earlier.
19-year-old Corporal Yosef Cohen was killed after a Palestinian gunman opened fire at a bus stop then sped away.
Another soldier, 20-year-old Sergeant Yovel Moryosef, was also killed in Thursday's attack, and two were injured - one critically.
Following the attack, Israel's military quickly launched a West Bank manhunt setting up checkpoints and blocking roads, detaining dozens of alleged Hamas activists.
The shooting added to a deadly week that claimed seven lives, including an Israeli newborn, a 60-year-old Palestinian businessman and three Palestinian assailants, two of them members of the Islamic militant Hamas.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Thursday condemned the violence, criticising both militant attacks and the tough Israeli response.
He accused Israel of creating a climate of violence by conducting frequent military raids in Palestinian cities.