Supporters of the radical Islamic preacher Pierre Vogel take part in a demonstration in Frankfurt am Main city centre on 07.09.2013 (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/ B. Roessler)

Islamism in the Paris aftermath

The "Allah Generation": figment of the collective imagination

French soldiers patrol the subway in Marseille (photo: Reuters/J. P. Pelissier)

Paris aftermath

Jihadists drive the wedge deeper

The German pastor Gregor Hohberg, the Israeli rabbi Tovia Ben-Chorin and the German-Turkish imam Kadi Sanci during the symbolic foundation stone ceremony in Berlin on 3 June 2014 (photo: JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images)

The Berlin Project "House of One"

Three religions under one roof

London protest on 6 May 2011 following the killing of Osama bin Laden (photo: picture-alliance/empics)

Cameron's counter-extremism strategy

Cause for concern or necessary evil?

Fritz Schulze (photo: Adelheid Feilcke)

Interview with Fritz Schulze

"Islam is deeply rooted in Indonesian democracy"

Refugees in Libya

An unlikely safe haven

Creeping emancipation: although Saudi women are still subject to a strict code of conduct, there are signs that things are changing (Saudi theatre director Lurin Al Isaa and her actors, photo: private)

Cultural policy in Saudi Arabia

Ushering in an era of change?

Teenager with smartphone (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/K. Hildenbrandt)

Online education project for young Muslims

Google - the online authority?

The rapper Deso Dogg at a recording session in 2004 (photo: imago/S. Lambert)

Cuspert the IS terrorist

Mortal dreams of paradise

Filled paprika at the ″Azura″ restaurant in West Jerusalem (photo: Daniella Cheslow)

The ″Azura″ restaurant in Jerusalem

Cooking between the extremes

The Canadian Islam scholar Ingrid Mattson (photo: YouTube)

Interview with Ingrid Mattson

″Muslim youngsters need genuine role models″

CrossCulture interns at the Institut fur Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa) in Stuttgart (photo: Juliane Pfordte)

CrossCulture internships

A catalyst for societal change

The Pink Taxi Company in Cairo (photo: DW/E. Lehmann)

Egypt′s all-female taxi service

Playing it safe

Author Navid Kermani on 15.09.2014 at a reading in a Koblenz bookshop (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/T. Frey)

Navid Kermani on Christianity

The awe of a loving unbeliever

Supporter of the anti-Islamic PEGIDA movement in Dresden (photo: Matthias Hiekel/dpa)

Racism in Germany

The taint of PEGIDA journalism

German-Iranian writer and Islamic Studies expert Navid Kermani gives his acceptance speech on receiving the German Book Trade’s Peace Prize at a ceremony in the Paulskirche in Frankfurt on Main, 18.10.2015 (photo: Arne Dedert/dpa)

Navid Kermani′s Peace Prize acceptance speech

Freeing Islam from the clutches of the fanatics

Refugees cross from Serbia into Croatia at Babska (photo: Reuters/D. Ruvic)

Migration and human rights

Refugee versus migrant: what's in a name?

Mescid-i Aksaa Mosque, Gelsenkirchen 2009 (photo: LWL-Industriemuseum Dortmund/Brigitte Kraemer)

Refugees in Germany

Mosques: a gateway to integration

A Muslim woman in front of the newly opened mosque in Moscow (photo: Reuters)

Islam in Russia

Caught between acceptance and rejection

Ali Ayatollah Khamenei (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/Official Supreme Leader website)

Sunni–Shia relations

Iran's futile bid for ecumenism within Islam