Topic: Jihadism | Jihadists

Dashed hopes - Tunisia five years after the revolution

Demonstration against the Assad regime (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

IS: the winners and the losers

The time is ripe for Bashar and his cronies

A Tunisian shepherd with his flock (photo: Getty Images/AFP/F. Belaid)

Jihadist terrorism in Tunisia

The tragic fate of shepherd boy Mabrouk Soltani

Young Muslims in Germany (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/A. Heimken)

The Islam debate

The dual consciousness of Muslims

Islamic State's radio station "Al Bayan" (source: YouTube)

IS and its media

Calling all suicide bombers

French Rafale fighter jet takes off from the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle to carry out airstrikes against IS in Syria (photo: Getty Images/AFP/A. C. Poujoulat)

Airstrikes against IS

Solidarity yet no strategy

Column of IS vehicles (photo: picture-alliance/AP)

IS and the lessons learnt

Negotiating beyond time and space

Following the Paris attacks, Muslims protest against violence in the name of Islam (photo: Getty Images/AFP/O. Morin)

After the Paris attacks

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The emotional helplessness of Muslims

A woman in Beirut mourns one of the victims of 12 November 2015. The deceased was member of the Shia Hezbollah militia, which is engaged in fighting with Islamic State (photo: Reuters)

Victims of terror

Do we care about Arab lives?

Jihadist fighers for Islamic State (photo: Colourbox/krbss)

The Paris attacks and Arab responsibility

Are we accomplices?

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

Paris aftermath

Jihadists drive the wedge deeper

The French political scientist and Islamic studies expert Olivier Roy (photo: AFP/Getty Images)

Interview with the Islam expert Olivier Roy

European Islam: destined to be ignored

Mourner holds a tag saying ′I′m a Parisian" (photo: Reuters/K. Pempel)

IS terror in Europe

Crossing a psychological line

Flowers laid at one of the attack sites: Club Bataclan in Paris (photo: Reuters)

Paris terrorist attacks

A terrible case of deja-vu

Mourners in the Moroccan capital Rabat remember the victims of the Paris attacks (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/A. Senna)

Arab reactions to the Paris attacks

Uneasy bedfellows in the fight against IS

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