About 500 people gathered in a central square of Prague and protested against Islamisation and Muslim immigrants in the Czech Republic today.

The crowd listened to speeches by Tomio Okamura, leader of the junior opposition Dawn of Direct Democracy, and Jana Volfová, head of the Czech Sovereignty movement. A moment of silence was held for the victims of Holocaust and Islamic terror.

With banners "We don't want Multi Culti" and "Czech land for Czechs, not for worshippers" and flags with crossed out mosques, the protesters then marched to the Interior Ministry, calling on it on check immigrants and more control churches so that there are no intolerant people in them.

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