Germany's anti-immigration movement Pegida has signed a declaration with like-minded groups from 14 European countries, agreeing on joint protests in February. The associations warn of "Islam conquering Europe."

The leading Pegida activist Tatjana Festerling criticized Berlin's policies while meeting representatives of several European anti-Islamic movements on Saturday.

Germany was a cautionary tale for the EU, showing to other states what could go wrong when a country open its doors to migrants, Festerling said at the conference in Roztoky, near Prague.

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