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Tuesday, 20 April 2010


The goal of the Goodwill March that was staged in Prague Sunday was to calmly react to the alleged aggressiveness and ignorance of neo-Nazis and anti-Semites in society. The police estimated participation in the march from the Old Town to the Lesser Town at 400 people. Last year some 1000 people took part in the event. The march, organised by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem, was also attended by a few dozen activists who focus on human rights observance in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories. "We want to point to the application of double standards in approach to Palestinians who are daily faced with aggressiveness, racism and other forms of oppression by the state of Israel," Jana Ridvanova, from the association Friends of Palestine, told CTK. The march ended in the Wallenstein Garden where the 7th public rally called We All Are People was held. It wants to declare that anti-Semitism has no place in a decent society. Israeli jazz musician Amos Hoffman with his band performed within the event. A few Holocaust survivors spoke about their stay in concentration camps. Tomas Kraus, secretary of the Federation of Jewish Communities, acquainted the present people with a report on manifestations of anti-Semitism in the Czech Republic. He said the situation is relatively good. Last year 28 anti-Semitic manifestations were registered in the country.

Prague Monitor