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Women at prayer in a Berlin mosque (photo: imago)

Germany

Headscarf debate: How Islamophobic is feminism?

Muslims and Jews take part in a Stop Trump demo in Berlin, February 2017 (photo: Salaam-Shalom Initiative)

The nature of Islam

Neither violence nor peace

Woman places white roses at the platform 17 memorial to Holocaust victims, Grunewald station, Berlin (photo: imago/IPON)

Politics of remembrance

Cracks in the edifice?

Protesters on Tahrir Square in Cairo (photo: AFP/Getty Images)

Arab Spring and Western Winter

Look before you leap!

"Germany is my homeland": that's the message on this banner being waved at a demonstration in Dresden, February 2017 (photo: Reuters/Matthias Schumann)

Europe, Germany and ″Abendland″ angst

In the name of Christendom

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel with the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at a Berlin press conference in 2014 (photo: Imago/Zuma)

Germany′s ′Nazi′ methods

Erdogan – the expert on democracy

Meeting of right-wing political parties in Koblenz, Germany, on 21 January 2017: Geert Wilders (left), Marine Le Pen (centre) and Frauke Petry (right) (photo: AP)

The rise of right-wing populism in Europe

A continent divided

"Judenschein" belonging to Fred Amram's mother (source: private)

Trump′s plans for the USA

Beware Muslim registration!

French and German flags in the centre of Straubing, a town in Lower Bavaria (photo: dpa/picture-alliance)

Franco-German relations

Brothers in arms?

Parade float satirising the Trump presidential campaign

Right-wing populism in the USA

Trump′s deplorables

Young Muslim women in Germany (photo: Garry Knight@flickr.com, CC 2.0)

Nine Muslims on right-wing populism

Should I stay or should I go?

Dar-as-Salam Mosque in Berlin (photo: DW/C. Cottrell)

Berlin Imam Mohamed Tahi Sabri

″Muslims, go and vote!″

Iraqi refugee Laith Majid Al-Amirij with his daughter Noor in front of the Brandenburg Gate (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/J. Carstensen)

Germany′s refugee policy

Four words for humanity

Hatice Durmaz, president of the Council of Muslim Students and Academics in Germany, RAMSA (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/C. Charisius)Hatice Durmaz, president of the Council of Muslim Students and Academics in Germany, RAMSA (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/C. Charisius)

A Muslim woman speaks out on exclusion

"Returning to the Dark Ages"

Esra Ozyurek (photo: private)

Germany and Islam

"Muslims are already German"

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