A Montreal man who was killed in Israel during a surprise attack by Hamas earlier this month is being remembered as a hero and a “larger-than-life” personality at a funeral today.
A casket draped in the flag of Israel was carried into the packed chapel of a Jewish funeral home in Montreal as the service for Alexandre Look began at 2 p.m.
Look’s father, Alain Look, said his son died a hero while protecting others at the onset of Hamas’s attack on Israel on Oct. 7.
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The 33-year-old was among the hundreds who were killed while attending a musical festival near the border between Israel and Gaza.
One of Look’s friends described a man who was exceptionally generous to his friends, family and community.
Global Affairs Canada says seven Canadians have died in the current hostilities, while two remain missing.
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