A day after Josef Schuster, head of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, warned against wearing a skullcap in public, demonstrators wore the head covering a gesture of solidarity.
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Schuster's remarks came after last week's anti-Semitic attack in Berlin that targeted two men wearing kippas.
19659004] The report says that 1,381 of those attacks were committed by the associated with the far right.
Students against the far right
The demonstration takes place at a time where there is growing concern for the AFD (Alternative for Germany) party, the largest opposition in Parliament ,
Standing in an anti-immigration, anti-Islam platform, it won
Last Sunday, the Union of Jewish Students met in Frankfurt, where they ruled that it would not do anything with the party.
"I feel that we have not had the security measures we have, in front of every Jewish institution, then we would not have the life here . "