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Daniel Lévi: here is why he was buried only 24 hours after his death

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The weekend was rocked by sad news that shook the music world. This Saturday August 6, 2022, singer Daniel Lévi left us. The interpreter of Moise in the musical “The Ten Commandments” had been fighting for three years against colon cancer to which he succumbed: “My husband, my king Daniel Haim ben Sarah Lévi joined Gan Eden. »shares his wife Sandrine Lévi on Instagram.

After he breathed his last, things quickly came together. The vigil to pay homage to the deceased took place the very evening of his death, as for his burial, it took place the next day at 2:30 p.m. in Marseille.

Only 24 hours after his death, the sexagenarian was buried in the Jewish cemetery st. Peter, where he now rests in peace. A speed in the steps that follow the disappearance of a loved one, which surprised more than one, but which is quite simply the result of the beliefs of Daniel Lévi.

Indeed, the singer was Jewish and according to Judaic tradition, the remains of the deceased must be buried as soon as possible. The religion of the Lévi family therefore explains the speed of the funeral of the singer who went to another world.