Guenther Kissel

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Guenther Kissel, Source: RP Online

Guenther Kissel is a German former businessman who joined Pro Köln in 2007 and has reportedly donated money to the anti-Islam party.[1]

According to the counterjihad website Gates of Vienna, 'the authorities have considered him to have a pivotal role in right-extremism' in Germany since 1997.[2]

Head of a construction company called Solinger, Kissel, reportedly organised an event where British Holocaust denier David Irving spoke.

Despite his involvement in anti-Muslim party Pro Köln, his company are said to have accepted a 7 million euro contract to construct a large mosque in Duisburg-Marxloh.[1]



  1. 1.0 1.1 German far-right trying to gain support for "anti-Islam" party, Text of report by independent German news magazine Der Spiegel website on 31 December, [Report by Andrea Brandt and Guido Kleinhubert: "Playing With Fear; Cologne Radicals Want To Enter the Parliaments With the First 'Anti-Islam Party' - Constitutional Protection Officials Are Alarmed - And so Is the NPD"], BBC Monitoring Europe - Political, 31 December 2007.
  2. A Closer Look at Pro-Köln, Gates of Vienna, 8 May 2009, accessed 2 February 2015