About 500 attended the traditional Easter march for peace in Berlin Schöneberg. The Easter march movement founded in the 1980's brought then hundred thousands of people to the streets. Now a small rest of allegedly left wing participants remain. Among them were members of the Left Party (Die Linke), supporters of Russia's president Vladimir Putin and Syria's dictator Bashar al-Assad. Anti-semitic symbols were used on banners. Far right groups as the "Montagsmahnwachen" movement were also allowed to participate as the critizised Pax Terra Musica. In speeches and on signs the USA and NATO were condemned but the march remain in silence over the war crimes of Syrian Bashar al-Assad or the occupation of the Crimea by Russia and the engagement of Russian troops in eastern Ukraine.