The 2 gay people killed during an attack on a gay club in Tel Aviv were laid to rest Sunday. is reporting that Nir Katz, the 26-year-old gay center counselor, was laid to rest in Modi'in, while 16-year-old Liz Trubeshi was buried at a cemetery in Holon.

The two died when a masked, lone gunman stormed the Tel Aviv Gay and Lesbian Association building and sprayed automatic fire in a basement room as a support group for gay teens assembled. Eleven people were wounded in the attack, four seriously.

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“We love you very much. You were always our princess. I can't say goodbye,” Trubeshi's brother Eitan said during his eulogy. “Mom woke me up last night, but I told her everything was alright. I never told you how much I love you.”

Classmates said Trubeshi never spoke of her sexual orientation.

Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar, who was among the hundreds attending the service, said: “My daughter is Liz's age, and it hurts to think that a girl leaves her home and never returns.”

A rainbow flag was spread over the grave of Nir Katz. “Our family stands behind the gay community,” Katz's sister Chen said as she laid the flag.

“We must wave the pride flag and show what empty hatred can lead to,” she added.

“It is important that we remember you tried to help confused teens become better people – not like that vile murderer,” Michael, described as a family friend, told mourners.

Katz leaves behind a partner of four years.