The social center Klinika in Prague, which helps refugees, was attacked on February 6 by 20 masked neo-Nazis. The attackers used stones and flares and set fire to part of the café, wounding one of the visitors. Firefighters intervened and police are looking for the culprits. "We will not be intimidated by violence or threats. We will continue solidarity actions and develop free alternative space. Aggression of the Czech nationalists resembles actions of fundamentalist Islamist groups, which they are supposedly opposed to," said Jakub Ort, Klinika team member.