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Brooklyn Nets Hold Moment of Silence for Seven Sassoon Children Killed in Weekend Blaze (VIDEO)

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The Barclays Center held a moment of silence for the seven Sassoon children who died in a Brooklyn blaze over the weekend. Photo: Twitter.

The New York Nets held a moment of silence on Monday night in memory of the seven Jewish children who were killed in a Friday night fire in Brooklyn last week.

The lights were dimmed at Barclays Center stadium as the announcer asked everyone to rise and remain silent while the names of each child were read. The tribute was followed by the National Anthem and the announcer at the Barclays Center extended “deepest sympathy” to the Sassoon family and friends.

During the moment of silence an image flashed over the jumbo screen showing the Brooklyn Bridge accompanied by the message “In Remembrance of the Sassoon Children.”

The seven children who died in the Brooklyn fire were Eliane, 16, David, 12, Rivkah, 11, Yeshua, 10, Moshe, 8, Sara, 6, and Yaakov, 5. They were buried in Jerusalem on Monday following the funeral in Brooklyn on Sunday.

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Watch the Brooklyn Nets hold a moment of silence for the Sassoon family in the video below:

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