Funeral procession of slain Palestinian 20-year-old
Published date: 11 September 2014 14:52 UTC | Last update: 8 years 6 months ago
Ramallah city centre shops were closed in mourning on Monday, many had posters of Ahmad Jabarin stuck on their shutters.
In al-Jalazone camp, mourners waited outside the main mosque for the arrival of Sabarin's body.
Sabarin's body was carried through the camp's streets by local youth.
A mourning period of three days has been announced in the camp.
As prayers were carried out in the mosque, thousands crowded outside awaiting the funeral procession
Children were busy taping posters of Sabarin around al-Jalazone camp.
Sabarin's body was carried towards the camp's cemetery at the heart the procession.
Activists at the funeral, and across the West Bank, have been documenting the current invasions and their aftermath for social media publication.
The procession headed in to al-Jalazone's cemetery to bury Sabarin.
The tomb was painstakingly prepared before Sabarin's burial.
A week after celebrating his release from Israeli prison, Ahmad Sabarin was laid to rest.
At the martyr's memorial in al-Jalazone camp, posters of Ahmad Sabarin already stand alongside an image of Yasser 'Abu Amar' Arafat.
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