Country: Germany

Portrait of a blue-eyed woman wearing a niqab (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/P. Ending)

Salafism in Germany

Iʹll wear a niqab if I want

Bonn street worker Saloua Mohammed (photo: DW/Matthias von Hein)

Salafism in Germany

Battling radicalisation on the streets

Her parents' home town in Syria; German-Syrian Huda Al-Jundi with her book at the Frankfurt Book Fair; Worms on the Rhine (photo: private)

The integration game

A German-Syrianʹs trip to the hairdresser

Guido Steinberg, Saudi Arabia expert with Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) (source: DW)

Interview with Middle East expert Guido Steinberg

No one wants conflict with Saudi Arabia

German-Turkish author Emine Sevgi Ozdamar (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

German-Turkish author Emine Sevgi Ozdamar

A literary maverick

Supporters of the right-wing Identitarian movement demonstrate in Berlin, June 2016 (photo: imago)

NGO with an Identitarian agenda

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Preying on Syrian war widows

Man wearing a kippa with a German flag (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Germany’s right-wing populists found Jewish group

Jews – the AfDʹs means to an end

Mahdi Baraghithi at the Birzeit University exhibition (photo: DW/Sarah Hofmann)

4th Qalandiya International art exhibition

Showing for Palestinian solidarity

Students lie on the ground to depict a massacre as they take part in an anti-government protest at Aleppo University, 4 June 2012 (photo: Reuters)

Higher education under Assad

Students leave Syria to prove their mettle

"Love for all, hate for no-one": this year’s Jalsa Salana, organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat in Karlsruhe (photo: DW/Nermin Ismail)

Germanyʹs Ahmadiyya community

"Integration is the least of our problems"

Art demonstrates against right-wing agitation and violence: Brandenburg artist Rainer Opolkaʹs sculpture of a bronze wolf giving the Hitler salute, positioned in front of the Karl Marx Monument in Chemnitz (photo: dpa/picture-alliance)

Islamophobia and xenophobia

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The West’s racism problem

Image symbolising immigration and diversity (photo: Imago/Westend61)

The issue of immigration

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German monoculture is a thing of the past

Fereshta Ludin, teacher at a Berlin private school, speaks at a press conference on "Twenty years of headscarf controversy: do bans prevent integration". As a public school teacher, Ludin was prevented from becoming a member of the civil service in Baden-Wurttemberg in 1998 owing to her wearing a headscarf (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/M. Murat)

More humanity post-Chemnitz

#WirSindMehr: "Hostility is the failure of identity"

Yazidi women baking bread in a clay oven on Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq (photo: DW/Sandra Petersmann)

Yazidis mourn their devastated community

Sinjar is not Mosul

Riem Spielhaus is professor of Islamic Studies at the Georg-August University in Gottingen and head of the Department of Textbooks and Society at the Georg Eckert Institute, Leibniz Institute for International Textbook Research in Braunschweig (photo: Georg Eckert Institute)

Interview with Islam scholar Riem Spielhaus

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#MeTwo: "Itʹs a topic for German textbooks"

Symbolic image of integration in Germany

Racism debate in Germany

Integration – a process of give and take

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