This video says about itself:
28 August 2018
Over two thousand people marched through the streets of Hamburg on Tuesday, in condemnation of recent right-wing riots in Chemnitz.
The demonstration, which was called by the ‘Interventionist Left’ movement, started at Rote Flora former theatre before ending at Park Fiction.
The Hamburg rally was a response to right-wing riots in the east German city of Chemnitz.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
Paramilitary members in Chemnitz arrested for violence
The men are said to have threatened guests at a birthday party last night after the demonstration and demanded from them that they show their ID cards. The party people alerted the police.
Then the fifteen men went on a manhunt in a park for people with a non-European appearance. They chased seven people and wounded an Iranian.
Racism and xenophobia
There have been tensions in the East German city for weeks …
On September 4 there was a concert against racism and xenophobia, where an estimated 65,000 people came.
From the BBC, 14 September 2018:
A German court has given a five-month jail term to a 34-year-old man who gave Hitler salutes during a protest in the eastern city of Chemnitz.
The man, a Chemnitz resident, attended a big far-right protest on 27 August …
Nazi signs and symbols, including the Hitler salute, are illegal in Germany.
On Thursday the Chemnitz court gave a suspended eight-month term to a 33-year-old man for making Hitler salutes.
He was also ordered to pay a €2,000 (£1,780; $2,326) fine.
The man jailed on Friday had a string of previous convictions, including for physical violence, so a suspended term was ruled out.
On March 9 , neo-Nazis hosted a formal memorial service for their deceased idol Thomas Haller at Chemnitz Stadium. The service was held during a football match. The fireworks ignited by fans in the stands also cast a bright light on the network of political relationships that has made possible the rise of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD): here.