In Germany, all of the people on Saturday called for a jewish kippah to wear on the day of the al-Quds march in Berlin, which is the Israeli occupation of East Jerusalem, are reporting. The call comes from the German antisemitismecommissaris Felix Klein, after he earlier controversy had caused by warning for the wearing of the jewish religious symbol in public.
There were about 2,000 participants are expected for the al-Quds-mars, who for 14 hours started and from Adenauerplatz to Wittenbergplatz draws. According to the German media, they are organised by radical islamic groups. Over the past years attracted the marches Hamas – and Hezbollah-supporters, but also neo-nazis.
Small called the public Monday to protest against that mars a keppeltje to contribute, and to take part in marches for Israel. He did that after he won last weekend warned was that jews were not safe anywhere a keppeltje can carry, because the anti-semitic crimes over the past time have increased in Germany. That warning fell on many not in good earth, including the Israeli president Reuven Rivlin, who spoke of a ‘capitulation to anti-semitism’. Also, a broad alliance of parties and movements called for tegenprotesten on Saturday.
The al-Quds day is an annual event on the last Friday of Ramadan is being held, to protest against the occupation of East Jerusalem by Israel. It was first organized in 1979 by the Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini in 1979. Critics find that the protestdag an anti-semitic character.