One of a group who pounded a Bataclan song venue in Paris on 13 Nov was buried on Christmas Eve in a northern suburb, reports say.
Samy Amimour was one of 3 self-murder enemy who killed 90 people during a stone concert.
He was buried in a tomb in Seine-Saint-Denis, where he grew adult and where his relatives live. Only a few people attended and a grave is unmarked.
A sum of 130 people were killed in a Islamist belligerent attacks in Paris.
Amimour, 28, is suspicion to be a initial of a enemy to be buried.
Le Journal du Dimanche reported that a funeral took place late on 24 Dec in La Courneuve inter-communal tomb after it was sealed off to a public.
It pronounced a hearse left behind trees and petrify walls, and a rite was afterwards hold in tip and attended usually by a few people.
Amimour’s relatives took precautions to safeguard that a funeral tract could not be identified, reports said.
Authorities feared it could turn possibly a tabernacle or a aim of attacks.
French adults have a right to be buried where they lived, where they died or in a family plot.
Amimour had been charged with apprehension offences in 2012 over claims he had designed to go to Yemen. He was placed underneath legal organisation though afterwards forsaken off a radar, call a authorities to emanate an general detain warrant.
It was after suggested he had trafficked to Syria and evidently afterwards slipped behind in to France.