>> Holding a candle for her city and its dead. Mira is a Muslim and a volunteer who helps refugees. She tells us she's afraid a truck attack on a Christmas market on Monday will stir hostility against her community in Berlin.>> It means a lot for us to be here, this effects us all, it's important to show unity and show that what happened had nothing to do with religion, just pure hate.
We're all shaken, we're from Berlin too, and now, once again, we're in a situation where we need to explain ourselves.>> It was here that a lorry killed 12 people and injured many. One day later, a church service for the victims broadcast to the crowds outside.>> These people here are just some of the hundreds who have gathered for a one minute silence, which will be held in just a few minutes time, in the church behind me.
People here have brought candles, they're handing them to the police behind the barriers, they're laying flowers, again, the police are helping them to lay them at the vigils.>> Most still trying to comprehend the horror and the uncertainty. The man hunt continues and IS has claimed responsibility. Inside the church, Chancellor Angela Merkel, she's now under attack for her open-door refugee policy, and Mira isn't the only one worried about growing anti-immigrant sentiment.
This group wearing Muslims for Peace t-shirts, showing their disgust for extremism.