The Rise Of Germanys New Right: 30042016_The_Rise_Of_Germanys_New_Right_0021

April 30, 2016 - Germany, Stuttgart: Bjoern Hoecke (R), AfD leader of the state of Thuringia shakes hands  with AfD co party leader Joerg Meuthen at the party congress of the right-wing Alternative für Deutschland (AfD). This marks a historic moment as the next step to drift even more to the right for the party. The rapidly growing party is expected to adopt an anti-Islamic manifesto, emboldened by the rise of other European anti-migrant groups like Austria's Freedom party. (Hermann Bredehorst/Polaris)

April 30, 2016 - Germany, Stuttgart: Bjoern Hoecke (R), AfD leader of the state of Thuringia shakes hands with AfD co party leader Joerg Meuthen at the party congress of the right-wing Alternative für Deutschland (AfD). This marks a historic moment as the next step to drift even more to the right for the party. The rapidly growing party is expected to adopt an anti-Islamic manifesto, emboldened by the rise of other European anti-migrant groups like Austria's Freedom party. (Hermann Bredehorst/Polaris)