The Monitor's View Shaping Europe's reaction to terror

German leaders and protesters counter anti-Islam hate groups with an embrace of tolerance. One Berlin project even plans a joint house of prayer for Christians, Muslims, and Jews.

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In the wake of the killings in Paris at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, all eyes were on France to see if anti-Islam protests would break out. Instead, some 25,000 people gathered in Germany Jan. 12, led by a group called Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West. The protests have continued, but are smaller in number.