Topic: Places of Dialogue

Logo of Muslim taxi (image: muslimtaxi.de)

Germany's First Muslim Car Sharing Service

''We Are Protecting Marriages''

Jewish men pray at the Amram ben Diwan synagogue during a Jewish pilgrimage in northern Morocco (photo: Abdelhak Senna/AFP/GettyImages)

Interreligious Dialogue in Morocco

Peaceful Co-existence between Divine Religions

'Fighting terrorism together': a peace march in Sanaa (photo: Saeed Alsofi/DW)

Non-violent, Anti-terror Campaign in Yemen

Working for Peace and Tolerance

Israelis visit Wadi Qelt during the 2011 Jewish Passover holiday (photo: Oded Balilty/AP/dapd)

Nature Spot Used by Israelis and Palestinians

Where Peaceful Waters Flow

Daniel Barenboim (photo: dpa)

Commentary by Daniel Barenboim

Perhaps the Last Chance

Marianne Salzmann and Deniz Utlu (photo: Martina Prießner)

Post-Migrant Literature in Germany

''The time has come to speak out very, very loudly''

Dalia Moukarker (photo: Kate Hairsine)

The Palestinian flutist Dalia Moukarker

Bach in the West Bank

Roof over the Visconti Courtyard at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France (photo: courtesy Louvre)

Louvre Unveils Islamic Art Wing

Where Cultures Intertwine

Paolo Remati (photo: Paolo Remati)

Cinematic Arts in Jordan

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Empowering People to Tell Their Own Stories

Person reading the Koran (photo: dpa)

Islamic Law and Ethics

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''We Are Calling for a New Interpretation of the Koran''

The minaret of Mannheim's Yavus Sultan Selim Mosque, next to the church spire of the "Liebrauenkirche" (photo: dpa)

Christian-Muslim Dialogue in Germany

Together in the Search for God

Sausen Abdelilah and Luisa Stachowiak, theatre project "Koran School" at the National Theatre of Mannheim (photo: Christian Kleiner)

The Intercultural Theatre Project ''Koran School''

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Intensive Course in Muslim Life in Germany

Orhan Pamuk in his “Museum of Innocence” (photo: © Museum of Innocence)

Interview with Orhan Pamuk

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''The Museum of Innocence'' – A Declaration of Love to the City of Istanbul

Cover of an Orphaned Land CD

Heavy Metal Unites Jews and Muslims across the Middle East

Peaceful Co-existence as a Real Possibility

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