BERLIN (AP) — Thousands of people in Berlin protested against anti-Semitism on Sunday, days after a man attacked a synagogue in the eastern German city of Halle.

About 10,000 people participated in the march through the German capital. Several thousand others protested Saturday in other cities including Hamburg and Marburg.

In contrast to the party atmosphere at previous protests against the far right, was a solemn affair, in light of the victims of Wednesday’s anti-Semitic attack in Halle that left two dead and two wounded.

— William Noah Glucroft (@wnglucroft)

Many Germans are in shock over Wednesday’s attack in which two people were killed outside the synagogue and in a kebab shop. The attack has

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