A few months ago, no-one had heard of Pegida but this week the German group, which stands for Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the West, mustered 25,000 supporters in the city of Dresden to march against immigration and the growing presence of Islam in Europe. Fiona Symon talks to Stefan Wagstyl about the origins and aims of the group.

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