Frankfurt, 80 km (50 miles) east of Berlin on the Oder river, is in Brandenburg, one of three ex-communist states where far-right parties won enough votes for state parliament seats.
The federal government has called a rise in anti-Semitic violence worrying. Police said last month attacks by far-right groups rose 20 percent in the first eight months of 2006.
In July, extremists in the neighbouring state of Saxony-Anhalt burned the diary of Holocaust victim Anne Frank.
In another incident, teens in the same state last month forced a 16-year-old classmate to parade round school wearing a sign with an anti-Semitic Nazi-era slogan.
UPDATE: And looky here! The Neo-Nazis are wearing, what's this? Palestinian scarves. Do you see how the future is looking?
Are you looking?
One thing everyone can agree on: It's the Jews fault.