Anti-fascist demo in Moscow: One month after far-right nationalists marched through Moscow's city center shouting "Sieg Heil," at least 1,500 people marched from the same square in an anti-fascist protest on Sunday afternoon. "Let them see that we are many and that we are not afraid," said Garry Kasparov, the former chess champion, who with the liberal parties Yabloko and the Union of Right Forces, or SPS, organized the march under the title, "Moscow Without Fascists." The march was the first organized by anti-fascists that city authorities have allowed since the Nov. 4 far-right march against illegal migration. Attempts to hold an anti-fascist rally on Nov. 27 -- first near Belorussky Station, then outside City Hall -- were foiled by police, who detained dozens of protesters.