Serhat TUNAR -TDO- In the city of Hanau in Germany, about ten thousand people participated in the march to protest the racist terrorist attack.
Approximately ten thousand people gathered in Kurt-Schumacher Square walked to Marktplatz in the city center with banners cursing terrorism in the march against Terrorism and Islamophobia.
Hiking the support of various civil society organizations, as well as the relatives of those killed in the attack and Hanau in Germany from other cities, it was the participation from the different countries of Europe and Turkey.
German and other nationals also participated in the rally, which started with the reading of the Quran and the German language in the city square and prayed for those who lost their lives in the attack.
After reading the names of those who lost their lives in the racist terrorist attack, a moment of silence was taken.
Hanau Metropolitan Mayor Claus Kaminsky, in his opening speech, expressed his deep sorrow from the incident and gave a message of unity and solidarity.