Czech Republic: Ultra-right demonstration against "Islamization" to be counter-protested
On Saturday 21 February yet another demonstration against immigration and "Islamization", this time organized by ultra-right extremists from the Workers Social Justice Party (DSSS) will take place on the Old Town Square in Prague. A half an hour prior to the DSSS event, a religious assembly "For peace and tolerance among people" has been announced at the same location, organized by the Christian initiative "To Live Together in Peace" and the Konexe association.
The counter-assembly will feature discussions, multi-religious prayers, singing and speeches. Organizers say they are holding it for the purpose of mitigating hatred in society and reducing tensions.
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