Many people opposed a right-wing demonstration in Berlin on the anniversary of the pogrom night.
According to the police, the counterparty was attended by several thousand people. About 100 people came to the right "funeral march" in Berlin-Mitte. In the speeches of the counter-demonstrators was reminiscent of the Holocaust. On banners and signs read "Diversity instead of hate" and "Never again anti-Semitism or xenophobia".
The right-wing demonstration was initially banned by the authorities, but later allowed by court.