Dresden capital of the eastern state of Saxony has a long history of far-right extremism.
A survey of 2,500 Germans by research institute forsa showed 11% support for AfD on Thursday, down from 13% at the beginning of the week.
The anti-immigrant party, with some politicians who also have suggested that Germany is too obsessed with the Holocaust, achieved second place in Brandenburg and Saxony.
Von Storch was referring to a brawl at a public swimming pool at the weekend in Stuttgart where police arrested three youths who had attacked staff.
According to the Algemeiner, the delegation arrived in the country on Sunday for a cyber-security conference in Tel Aviv and a meeting with top scientists at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
"The so-called AfD bases it politics on hate and exclusion and doesn't abide by our democratic constitution," Knobloch said in her speech.
“Enabling kosher slaughter is important for Jews, but not essential for survival,” the Jewish support group, calling itself Jews in the AfD, said in a statement that was posted on social media.
Alternative for Germany's Fuhl says they are probably the most pro-Israel party in the Bundestag
Leaders of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) condemned a party member on Thursday for branding a German officer who tried to kill Adolf Hitler a traitor.
Alexander Gauland compared Hitler and the Nazis to no more than "bird shit" in Germany's history.