This video from Germany says about itself:
6 November 2006
A large coaltion of anti-fascist groups, religious groups, unions, and politicians, including Munich’s mayor speak at a rally opposing an openly “neo”-Nazi march under the slogan, “Fascism is no opinion, it is a crime!”
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
10,000 march in Munich against far-right terror
Sunday 14 April 2013
by Our Foreign Desk
More than 10,000 people marched through Munich in protest against neonazi terrorism on Saturday.
Anti-racist and anti-fascist protesters from around the country gathered to oppose right-wing extremism in Germany at a demonstration where organisers sought to exclude nationalistic slogans.
Over 200 left-wing organisations took part in the event, which also included Munich’s Social Democrats and members of the Green Party.
“We want to show what brings us together and not what separates us. In doing so, we want to send a sign of solidarity to the victims and to those close to them,” said Alliance against Nazi Terror and Racism spokesman Bernd Kaminski.
He added: “We want to turn our attention more closely to racist structures in society.”
The alliance has called for the abolition of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, Germany’s domestic intelligence authority, which the organisation accuses of tacitly allowing right-wing terrorist National Socialist Underground to operate and, as such, is implicated in NSU crimes.
The sole surviving member of the NSU is going on trial next Wednesday at Munich regional court.
Beate Zschaepe is suspected of involvement in the killing of nine businessmen and a policewoman since 2000.
The far-right murders hit the immigrant community hardest because eight of the victims had Turkish roots.
Several senior security officials have resigned following revelations during the last two years that authorities had assumed for years that the murders were the work of immigrant gangs, not racist violence.
See also here.