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Pegida to demonstrate in Swedish city of Malmö

Published måndag 2 februari 2015 kl 20.50
Pegidademonstration i Leipzig. När demonstrationerna sprider sig i landet har en splittring uppstått inom rörelsen. Foto: Markus Schreiber/TT.
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A Pegida rally in Leipzig, Germany. Photo: Markus Schreiber/TT.
ta1d36b8 Pegidademonstrationer i Leipzig. Foto: Markus Schreiber/TT
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Counter-demonstrators at a Pegida march in Leipzig. Photo: Markus Schreiber/TT
Henrik Rönnquist, på Galleri Rönnquist och Rönnquist. Foto: Daniel Nilsson/TT
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Henrik Rönnquist, organiser of the Malmö Pegida rally, at his art gallery. Photo: Daniel Nilsson/TT

The "anti-Islamisation" group Pegida will hold its first demonstration in Sweden next Monday.

The Malmö police in southern Sweden has given the group permission to hold a meeting on Stortorget, a square in the city centre, Swedish Radio's Malmö station reports.

The organiser of the event is gallerist Henrik Rönnquist, who along with controversial street artist Dan Park, has previously been convicted of incitement to racial hatred.

Pegida, which stands for  Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the West, has held several demonstrations in Germany in the past few months, attracting thousands to marches in different cities.

At the same time, hundreds of thousands of people around Germany have also participated in protests against Pegida and for tolerance and multiculturalism.

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