Counter-demonstrators dramatically outnumbered anti-Islam protesters at a Pegida rally in Linköping in southern Sweden, with reports that just four people turned up to support the right wing group, while up to 400 others rallied in support of diversity.

The march went ahead on Monday night even after the local organizers dropped out at the last minute.

But among the Pegida representatives present in the town's main square were several high profile names in Sweden: Dan Park, an artist who has previously been convicted of inciting racial hatred and Henry Rönnquist, the gallery owner who exhibited Park's controversial pictures and the man who founded Pegida in Sweden.

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