An official of Germany's anti-Islam Pegida movement is being investigated for injuring a 75-year-old woman in the southern city of Munich, a police spokesman said Saturday, confirming media reports.
The official is believed to have jostled the woman in Munich's central Marienplatz (St Mary's Square), after which she stumbled over a metal box and fell so badly that she had to go to hospital.
The same man was recently fined by a Munich court for shouting the Nazi slogan "Do you want all-out war?" at a demonstration in October.
The question was originally posed by Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels in 1943 during a speech in Berlin's Sportpalast after the Battle of Stalingrad and was considered a turning point in World War II.
Pegida, a German acronym for the Patriotic Europeans Against The Islamization of the West, holds weekly rallies to protest the perceived Islamization of Germany as a result of migration from Muslim countries.