Unity: Demonstrators participate in a mass rally following the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, where an estimated one million people have converged.

Paris March Organizer Cites Million-Plus Turnout

An organizer of Sunday’s march in Paris to honor the victims of the Islamist attacks in France said the turnout could surpass one million.

Mourning: French-Israeli dual nationals light candles during a remembrance ceremony in Tel Aviv, in tribute to the victims of the Islamist killing spree in Paris.

Sharansky: Paris Supermarket Attack May Boost Immigration to Israel

The slaying of four Jews at a Paris kosher market may cause a substantial increase in the number of Jews who will immigrate to Israel this year, Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky said.

Victims: Yoav Hattab (left) and Yohan Cohen (right), were killed in the Paris supermarket siege.

Paris Kosher Supermarket Victims Will Be Buried in Israel

Netanyahu acceded on Sunday to the request of the families of the victims of the terrorist attack at the Jewish supermarket in Paris and instructed all relevant government officials to assist in bringing them for burial in Israel.

Brothers K: Said Kouachi, aged 34, and Cherif Kouachi, aged 32, carried out the attack against the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.

Both Brothers Behind Paris Attack Had Weapons Training in Yemen

Both brothers who carried out the attack against satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo traveled to Yemen in 2011 and had weapons training in the deserts of Marib, an al Qaeda stronghold.

Bienvenue à Paris: French President Francois Hollande welcomes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu before attending a Unity rally Marche Republicaine in Paris.

Netanyahu Holds Out Israeli Haven for French Jews

Netanyahu coupled a show of solidarity with France on Sunday with a reminder to shaken French Jews that Israel is keen to welcome them as immigrants.