People look at wreaths placed outside Rouen's cathedral on August 2, 2016 following the funeral of Jacques Hamel, the priest who was killed in a church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray on July 26 during a hostage-taking claimed by ISIS.
AFP / JOEL SAGET
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A Danish Muslim group has offered to bury one of the extremists who murdered a French priest, after Muslim leaders in France refused to do so, a newspaper said Wednesday.Adel Kermiche, a 19-year-old extremist, was shot dead by French police on July 26 after he and another assailant attacked a church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvroy in northern France, murdering priest Jacques Hamel and seriously injuring another hostage.After standing in solidarity with Christians mourning the victims of the attack, Muslim leaders in France have refused to grant Kermiche an Islamic burial.Mohammed Karabila, who leads a French Muslim group, said his community would not give Kermiche a Muslim burial.
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