Several anti-immigrant rallies took place in Prague, with a large gathering near Prague Castle at Hradčanské náměstí and smaller ones at Wenceslas Square and Loretánské náměstí.
The protests were part of a Europe-wide campaign organized by the German-based Pegida (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident).
The Bloc Against Islam and the Dawn movement were the main participants at the Hradčanské náměstí event.
Bloc Against Islam leader Martin Konvička at the Hradčanské náměstí rally was critical of “crazy policies” that allowed refugees in Europe. He called supporters of such polices collaborators.
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