On Monday evening followers of the xenophobic Pegida movement marched in two factions in the capital of Saxony, brandishing fierce accusations of treason against one another.

The anti-Islam Pegida movement has been marching every Monday evening in Dresden since their inception almost two years ago.

But while it has until this point managed to remain solid in its consensus that Muslim immigrants and the politicians who allowed them to enter Germany are the enemy, a split at the party summit meant that this time the accusations were aimed at members of their own movement.

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