Topic: Integration in Germany

Political asylum-seeker Mazhar Zumrut from Diyarbakir (photo: DW/Volker Witting)

New wave of Turkish asylum-seekers

Ever optimistic

A Muslim reading the Koran in the Al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo (photo: AP)

Islam and violence

There is a difference

Demonstrating for an "open and tolerant Germany and for freedom of speech and religion" at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin (photo: Kay Nietfeld/dpa)

Germany′s Islam debate

For all our freedoms!

Young Muslim women in Germany (photo: Garry Knight@flickr.com, CC 2.0)

Nine Muslims on right-wing populism

Should I stay or should I go?

Syrian refugee Nather Henafe Alali (photo: private)

Syrian refugee Nather Henafe Alali

Exile and integration: the double whammy

Firas Alshater, Syrian film-maker (photo: Wikipedia)

Interview with Firas Alshater

″Being a refugee is not my dream job″

Islam scholar Lamya Kaddor (photo: Dominik Asbach/Rowohlt Verlag)

Integration in Germany

What is required of us

Dar-as-Salam Mosque in Berlin (photo: DW/C. Cottrell)

Berlin Imam Mohamed Tahi Sabri

″Muslims, go and vote!″

Refugees en route near the German-Austrian border on 20 October 2015 (photo: Reuters/M. Dalder)

Refugees and German crime rates

Zero correlation

Turkish labourers in Germany; symbolic image of the labour recruitment anniversary (photo: dpa/picture-alliance)

55 years of German-Turkish labour recruitment

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Integration is a crossroads

Saudi author Alhanoof Aldegheishem (photo: private)

Interview with the Saudi author Alhanoof Aldegheishem

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Traces of the unknown

Esra Ozyurek (photo: private)

Germany and Islam

"Muslims are already German"

"Abwab" publisher Ramy al-Asheq (photo: dpa)

Germany′s first Arabic newspaper for refugees

Newcomers, not refugees

Green politician Omid Nouripour arrived from Iran at the age of 13

Germany’s refugee debate

Integration is a two-way street

The Silent University (source: YouTube)

Theatre and the refugees

Getting the ball rolling

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