Topic: Islamism | Political Islam

Protesters at an anti-Trump demo in Paris (photo: Thomas Samson/Getty Images/AFP)

Trump's Islamophobia

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Lighting the touch paper

Many churches, like this one in Qaraqosh, not far from Mosul, were destroyed by IS (photo: M. Moskwar)

Christians in Iraq

Coping with wrack and ruin

Islamic theologian Sheikha Halima Krausen (photo: Carolin Kubo)

Interview with Sheikha Halima Krausen

″Women do the real work!″

″No to terrorism!″ – Demonstration in Tunis against the repatriation of convicted jihadists (photo: AFP/Getty Images)

Jihadism debate

Beyond the Mediterranean

Nabila Mounib, leader of the PSU (source: youtube)

Morocco′s elections

Why the left flopped

Cake celebrating the opening of the 2nd Suez Canal: "Long live Egypt!"

Post-revolution transformation in Egypt and Tunisia

Let them eat cake!

Tunisian Secretary of State Saida Ounissi (photo: Ennahda France)

Interview with Tunisian Secretary of State Saida Ounissi

Don′t marginalise your Muslims

Morocco′s prime minister Abdelilah Benkirane following the election success of the PJD in October 2016 (photo: Reuters/Youssef Boudlal)

Moderate Islamism in Morocco

An unlikely success story

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

Islam and violence

There is a difference

Thousands of demonstrators protested the hanging of Qadri, convicted of assassinating former Punjab governor Salman Taseer in 2011

Saudi influence in Pakistan

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A perilous road

Philosopher Slavoj Zizek (photo: picture-alliance/picturedesk)

Slavoj Zizek’s exploration of Islam and modernity

A Eurocentric perspective

BBC Radio: How Islam got political

Afghan militias in Ghazni province (photo: DW)

Fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan

Where the warlords still hold sway

Pakistan police escort Maliq Ishaq, leader of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi to the High Court in Lahore (photo: Getty Images/AFP/Str)

Pakistan and sectarianism

The enemy within

Istanbul University

Freedom of expression in Turkey

Academics on the run

Fethullah Gulen (left), Recep Tayyip Erdogan (right) (photo: picture-alliance/Zaman/Reuters/M. Sezer)

Fethullah Gulen: from partner to arch-enemy

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