Israeli, husband killed in Morocco blast buried in J'lem

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May 2, 2011 14:53

 
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Michal Zikri and Massoud Weizman, killed along with 13 others in a terror attack in Marrakesh, Morocco last week, were laid to rest at the Givat Shaul Cemetery in Jerusalem on Monday.

The married couple had been residing in Shanghai and were visiting family in Morocco when they were killed in the attack.

They are survived by their three-year-old son, David Yosef.

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