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Okamura deputy distances himself from leader
Milan Šarapatka, a deputy of the populist Dawn movement, will not take part in the drafting of its foreign policy, Šarapatka said today in reaction to its leader Tomio Okamura's attack on Muslims Saturday.
Okamura called on people on Facebook to bother Muslims in the Czech Republic by "walking pigs" close to mosques.
The text, which is the Dawn's "instruction for the protection against Islam," is signed by Dawn member Jiří Kobza.
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