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Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 8th December, 2018. A pro-Pegida demonstrator holds a Israeli flag. Pegida Dresden in Munich, the self-proclaimed original Pegida, organized a rally in the city's Milberthofen district in front of the Dankeskirche (Thanks Church) of Munich. Headed by Michael Stuerzenberger, the group rallied against the United Nations Migration Pact. Speaking with Stuerzenberger was Gernot Tegetmeyer Credit: Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc./Alamy Live News

Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 8th December, 2018. A pro-Pegida demonstrator holds a Israeli flag. Pegida Dresden in Munich, the self-proclaimed original Pegida, organized a rally in the city's Milberthofen district in front of the Dankeskirche (Thanks Church) of Munich. Headed by Michael Stuerzenberger, the group rallied against the United Nations Migration Pact. Speaking with Stuerzenberger was Gernot Tegetmeyer Credit: Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc./Alamy Live News Stock Photo
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4928 x 3264 px | 41.7 x 27.6 cm | 16.4 x 10.9 inches | 300dpi

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8 December 2018

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December 8, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - A pro-Pegida demonstrator holds a Israeli flag. Pegida Dresden in Munich, the self-proclaimed original Pegida, organized a rally in the city’s Milberthofen district in front of the Dankeskirche (Thanks Church) of Munich. Headed by Michael Stuerzenberger, the group rallied against the United Nations Migration Pact. The Thanks Church is notable for its hard stance against right-extremism and helped organize a counter-demonstration against Pegida, which topped at over 150 against Pegida’s 45. Speaking with Stuerzenberger was Gernot Tegetmeyer from the Nuremburg Pegida circles, who are likewise under monitoring..In the course of the rally, the demonstrators were joined by right-extremists masquerading as the Yellow Vests. Another group of right-extremists, just one week prior, had participants patrolling the Munich Christkindl Christmas market as part of the Verfassungsschutz (Secret Service) monitored Wodans Erben neo-nazi vigilante group. Their vigilante jackets were visible under the vests. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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