Anti-Islam organization Pegida is getting smaller in the Netherlands, but its remaining supporters are increasingly radical, Minister Sander Dekker of Legal Protection - which falls under the Ministry of Justice and Security - said on Tuesday, the Volkskrant reports.

Dekker based this statement on a report by the National Coordinator for Counter-terrorism and Security, which will be published next week. He was answering parliamentary questions about an anti-mosque action Pegida held in Enschede on Sunday. Pegida supporters placed a small 'church' and cross on the construction site of a new mosque, and then baptized it with pigs' blood, according to the newspaper.

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