Country: Germany

Bosnian Muslims who fought voluntarily on the side of the German army during the Second World War (photo: Getty Images7Keystones)

Interview with historian David Motadel

Hitler′s Muslim stop-gaps

Director Fatih Akin in front of a poster for ″In the Fade″ (photo: dpa/picture-alliance)

Fatih Akin's film "In the Fade"

Back in the saddle

Symbolic image of church and mosque (photo: AP)

″Remembered Future″ interfaith project

Using religion to stop religious wars

Iranian artist Parastou Forouhar (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Interview with the Iranian artist Parastou Forouhar

"Their audacity leaves me speechless"

′Ottoman Hostel′ Sufi centre in Germany′s Eifel region (photo: DW/M. Odabasi)

Religious freedom in Germany

Constitutionally irrelevant

Luther monument in Mohra, Germany (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Reformation Day and Islam in Germany

A chorus of convictions

Iranian author Nava Ebrahimi (photo: Katrin Ohlendorf)

Young Iranian women writers in Germany

Patchwork identities

Museum for Islamic Art in Doha (photo: Werner Bloch)

Qatar-Germany Year of Culture 2017

Crisis, what crisis?

New Germans attend a citizenship ceremony at Bellevue Palace, Berlin in 30.09.2011 (photo: Getty Images/Sean Gallup)

Germany’s identity crisis

We are the people, too

A Muslim among Nazi doctors: Mohammed Helmy (centre front) in the Robert Koch Hospital  in Berlin Moabit (source: Dr Mohammed Helmy′s estate/Al-Kelish family archive)

Book review: Ronen Steinke′s ″Der Muslim und die Judin″

Mohammed Helmy, ′Righteous among the Nations′

It is two years since the summer of Germany′s open-door policy: volunteers assist refugees arriving at Munich railway station on 5 September 2015 (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Germany's refugee influx two years on

Where there's a will

Syrian asylum-seekers in front of a German refugee hostel (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Syrians in Germany

The need to find a voice

Symbolic image of fusion food (source: Kfir Harabi-Media-Kantine)

In praise of fusion food

Hummus with a twist

Politician for the Green party, Omid Nouripour, addresses the German parliament (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/J. Jeske)

Non-fiction: Omid Nouripour's "What to Do about Jihadists?"

Every day counts

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