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Germany: Pegida rally met with mass protest in Dresden

0 20.10.2019 Инфо

W/S Anti-fascist protesters marching towards Pegida rally in Dresden
M/S Anti-fascist protesters marching towards Pegida rally
M/S Protester waving Antifa flag as protesters march towards Pegida rally
W/S Police standing between Pegida protesters and counter-protesters
M/S Large German flag blocking people's view of Pegida rally
M/S Protester giving Pegida rally the finger
M/S 'Racism is not the alternative' flag
M/S Protester giving Pegida rally the finger
W/S Pegida rally
M/S Flags at Pegida rally
M/S Police officers
M/S Protesters with German flags
M/S Man with anti-Islam sticker attending Pegida rally
W/S Pegida rally
M/S Pro-Chemnitz sign at rally
M/S Austrian Identitarian movement leader Martin Sellner attending rally
M/S Sellner signing autographs
W/S Pegida rally with Identitarian movement flag
M/S Sellner posing for photos with fan
M/S Anti-Pegida protesters chanting
W/S Anti-Pegida protesters chanting
M/S Protesters giving Pegida rally the finger
M/S Anti-Pegida protesters chanting
W/S Pegida rally
W/S Counter-protesters shouting at Pegida protesters leaving rally
M/S Pegida rally attendees laughing and making faces at counter-protesters
M/S Counter-protesters
W/S People leaving Pegida rally
M/S Protester giving Pegida rally the finger
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A rally of the far-right Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident (Pegida) was met by an antifa protest in Dresden on Sunday.
The rally and the antifa protest were separated at Dresden's Neumarkt by police and fences covered in German flags.
The Pegida rally was joined by Austria's Identitarian Movement leader Martin Sellner, who was seen posing for photographs and signing autographs.
Footage also shows counter-protesters holding signs reading "No place for Nazis" and flipping off Pegida supporters.
According to a tweet from the Saxony police, a 62-year-old man is being investigated by the police for doing a Nazi salute during the far-right gathering.