Demonstrators rally in support of Charlie Hebdo victims at French Consulate in Jerusalem

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January 8, 2015 23:03

 
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Dozens of Israelis, French, Americans and other demonstrators gathered at the French Consulate in Jerusalem Thursday night to pay homage to the victims of the deadly attack at Charlie Hebdo offices the day before in Paris.

Around 50 attendees, some who knew some of the victims personally, held two minutes of silence for the victims of the shooting attack that left 12 murdered.

The demonstrators brandished signs in French reading, "I am Charlie" and issues of the weekly publication in solidarity with a campaign in support of free speech following the attack.

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