Denmark's first Pegida march a great success

Denmark's first Pegida march a great success
Despite some attempts by counter-demonstrators to infiltrate and sabotage the march, the police, who were numerous, apparently had full control. There flew helicopters in the air and on the ground a massive police presence was enough to keep AFA on a distance, as several hundred Danes marched in the Danish capital Copenhagen tonight.

Nicolai Sennels, who was the initiator of the march, first held a speech, before people holding torches peacefully marched for about an hour.

Heated in Norway

During the march in Norway's capital Oslo, a small number of counter-demonstrators from the far left organization Blitz, managed to breach the police barriers and started to throw snowballs at Pegida.

Then the police mobilized with a massive force, wearing full riot gear, to disperse the group. An estimated 1000 demonstrators from both sides met in a very small area in Oslo, and the police took no chances after the incident.

Initiator Max Hermansen from Pegida Norway, despite less people than last week, says to TV2, that he is satisfied, and that the marches continues next Monday, possibly in more cities.

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