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Neo-nazi rally in Leipzig on 18th of March, 2017 – they shall not pass! | Antifa in Leipzig

14.3.17

Neo-nazi rally in Leipzig on 18th of March, 2017 – they shall not pass! | Antifa in Leipzig: For the 18th March 2017, the German neo-nazi party “Die Rechte” (“the right wing”) announced a rally in Leipzig-Connewitz, a district which is known as a left-wing and anti-fascist hotspot. We still remember their last attempt on 12th December 2015, when 150 fascists marched through the nearby Südvorstadt district. They failed to carry out their threat to “lay Connewitz in ashes” then, but tried again on 11th January 2016. These attacks are just two reasons to stop the neo-nazis on 18th of March.

Please note that the route of the neo-nazi rally may change, as well as the locations of the anti-fascist demonstrations.


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