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Two Muslim students in headscarves in the audience at a public event at a university. Photo: dpa

France's burka ban

Excluding the wrong people

We shouldn't be arguing about burkas: we should be abolishing the headscarf bans. They ostracise women who could be building bridges, comments Ursula RüssmannMore

Fethullah Gulen (dpa/picture-alliance)

The Gulen movement in Germany

Dogma instead of dialogue

Opaque structures and ambiguous objectives are not conducive to the education of the young. This is why the Gulen movement must be monitored more closely, writes Ursula RuessmannMore

Klaus von Stosch (photo: Universität Paderborn)

Comparative Theology in Germany

Muslims and Christians Discussing Nietzsche

Klaus von Stosch is the most important representative of Comparative Theology in Germany. In his new reference work, Stosch writes that this course of studies is a "guide to the world of religions". Ursula Rüssmann introduces the man and his theology of dialogueMore