1. Top shot of thousands of Ultra-Orthodox Jews gathering for funeral of Leibish Teitelbaum
2. Teitelbaum's body being carried through by mourners and placed on benches
3. Various tops shots of mourners
4. Various close ups of mourners
Several thousand ultra-Orthodox mourners gathered on Tuesday for the funeral of Leibish Teitelbaum, a victim of the recent attacks in Mumbai.
The mourners, most of them bearded men with sidecurls garbed in long black coats and black hats, packed the main square and narrow alleys of Mea Shearim, a large religious neighbourhood in Jerusalem.
A US citizen who lived in Jerusalem, Teitelbaum was in Mumbai last week supervising the preparation of kosher food.
He was one of six who died when gunmen struck the Chabad House, the Mumbai headquarters of the ultra-Orthodox Lubavitch movement, on Wednesday night.
After a two-day standoff, four Israelis, an American Jew and a Mexican Jewish woman were dead.
The victims included the 29-year-old rabbi who ran the Chabad House, Gavriel Holtzberg, and his 28-year-old wife, Rivkah.
The couple's 2-year-old son, Moshe, who was rescued by his Indian caretaker, returned with the woman and the bodies of his parents on Monday.
A memorial ceremony for the couple was scheduled later on Tuesday at Kfar Chabad, the movement's centre in Israel.
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