Tens of thousands of mourners march through the streets of Gaza for the funeral of slain Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, who was killed in an Israeli helicopter attack early Monday. He and seven others died as they emerged from a Gaza City mosque after dawn prayers. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon says the killing was justified, calling Yassin an arch-terrorist. Hamas officials vow revenge. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.
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