Today, the funeral ceremonies for the boy, Nael, who was killed by a policeman’s bullet, began today, during a traffic check in Nanterre, on the outskirts of Paris, last Tuesday. His body will be buried in the Mont Valerian cemetery in the same suburb.
Anger spread throughout France over the killing of the 17-year-old minor. And the Ministry of the Interior announced the arrest of more than 1,300 people in the fourth consecutive night of the outbreak of violence in several French cities. Lawyers for the boy’s family called on the media not to attend the ceremony, “out of respect for the privacy of the bereaved family.”
And in light of the continued violence for the fourth night in a row, the funeral ceremonies for the boy, Nael, are held in complete calm, as the family’s lawyer demanded, “On the first Saturday of July, the Nael family will have a day of prayer,” calling on the media not to attend the ceremony, “out of respect for the privacy of the bereaved families.”
According to France 24 correspondent Ethienne Hajji in Nanterre (the Parisian suburb where his body will be buried). The correspondent added that the funeral ceremonies are held in the presence of the family and relatives only, and that they will take place in a “quiet atmosphere” at 11:30.
It is noteworthy that the boy, Nael, was shot from zero distance, and his tragic death sparked great protests in French cities, especially the capital, Paris.
And in a new outcome of the French Ministry of the Interior stated that the number of detainees in France rose to 1311 people after a fourth night of riots that extended as far as the Belgian capital, Brussels.
It is expected that the circle of protests will expand further, especially with friends of the boy Nael and many demonstrators vowing to paralyze the capital, Paris, to demand justice for the young man of Algerian origin.
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