The Norway head of anti-Islam movement Pegida has turned down a group of young Muslims who offered to clean his book shop's walls and windows after the words "Nazi Swine" were spray-painted all over them on Saturday night.

"I do not want symbolic actions, I want a new asylum and integration policy,"  Max Hermansen, who led the country's first Pegida march in January, told Norway's state broadcaster NRK.

Thee Yezan, from "Islamophobia Awareness Norway" made the offer after news that Hermandsen's shop had been vandalised was published on Sunday morning. He said he was part of a group of four young Muslims.

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