"The scandalous statement by the French Prime Minister Manuel Valls is a mental capitulation to Islamism. The AfD will not tolerate it," Pazderski, who is also a member of AfD's national board, said, adding that terrorism cannot be a normal state for EU citizens.
He also criticized mainstream German politicians that "seem to think the same way" and blasted the "culture of welcome" and "red-carper rolling out" for those returning from the so-called Daesh.
In 2015, Berlin state launched a program for disillusioned German returnees from the war in Syria and Iraq, to help former jihadists settle back into a peaceful life again. The state of Hesse was the first one to open such a service, in July 2014.
"Those, who are not adhering to our rules must leave the country. Those who sympathize with Islamist, too," Pazderski concluded.