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Tuesday, 28 August, 2001, 15:41 GMT 16:41 UK
In pictures: Mustafa funeral
Abu Ali Mustafa, the leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine who was killed by Israel on Monday, has been buried in Ramallah.

Ramallah funeral procession
Thousands of mourners packed the town's streets for Mustafa's funeral

PFLP supporters draped in party's red flag
Volleys of machine-gun fire accompanied him to his grave

Mourners chant anti-Israel slogans
Angry mourners chanted anti-Israeli slogans

A Palestinian child kisses a portrait of the murdered PFLP leader
The PFLP leader's portrait was everywhere

Service held in Ramallah central mosque
A short service was held in the central mosque

Abu Ali Mustafa's family grieve over his coffin
His family paid their last respects before he was buried

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The BBC's James Reynolds reports from Ramallah
"There is a sense of shock here"
Avi Pazner, spokesman for the Israeli Prime Minister
"All we want to do is restore security"
The BBC's Simon Ingram
"This killing has caused enormous reverberations"
See also:

28 Aug 01 | Middle East
Palestinian shock turns to outrage
27 Aug 01 | Middle East
Israel kills key Palestinian leader
27 Aug 01 | Middle East
Abu Ali Mustafa: 'Right to struggle'
08 Jul 00 | Middle East
Palestinian hardliners elect new head
28 Apr 00 | Middle East
Palestinian leader resigns
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