Few people against nazism and antisemitism in Athens

Protesters hold a giant banner during a  silent march through the streets of Athens in protest against racism and neo-nazism, Saturday Dec. 15 2012. A few hundred people marched from Greece’s parliament to the Acropolis to protest against  Golden Dawn, a formerly marginal anti-immigrant movement with a neo-Nazi past, that won nearly 7 percent of the vote in national elections last June to enter Parliament for the first time, capitalizing on the economic crisis, soaring unemployment, rising crime and peoples’ fears from an unchecked immigration wave. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)

Protesters hold a giant banner during a silent march through the streets of Athens in protest against racism and neo-nazism, Saturday Dec. 15 2012. A few hundred people marched from Greece’s parliament to the Acropolis to protest against Golden Dawn, a formerly marginal anti-immigrant movement with a neo-Nazi past, that won nearly 7 percent of the vote in national elections last June to enter Parliament for the first time, capitalizing on the economic crisis, soaring unemployment, rising crime and peoples’ fears from an unchecked immigration wave. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)

Via latimes.com

Immigrants and Greek people holding placats with antiracist slogans.

Immigrants and Greek people holding placats with antiracist slogans.

Via demotix.com

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