Prague, Oct 14 (CTK) – Opponents and advocates of migrants have called separate rallies at the Wenceslas Square in the Prague centre for Saturday, the City Hall web site has said.
The opponents of the migrants will meet before the National Museum, their advocates before the Saint Wenceslas statue.
The Against Hatred Signs group is planning a march through the Prague centre.
On the other hand, bikers will support the protest against refugees.
In mid-September, similar meetings were attended by hundreds of people, but no incidents occurred.
“The number of the rallies spreading hatred for refugees is mushrooming,” organisers from the For Open Europe and Human Rights, Against Hatred, Xenophobia and Online Racism have said.
The group We Do Not Want Islam in the Czech Republic has staged a number of anti-Islamic rallies. Interior Ministry experts have described it as an extreme rightist grouping in their regular reports on extremism.