Topic: Emmanuel Macron

The poster of a demonstrator against Islamophobia in Paris reads: "Let Muslims have their faith" (photo: Getty Images/ AFP)

"An Imaginary Racism: Islamophobia and Guilt"

Deeply ignorant – Pascal Bruckner's hateful verbal crusade

Mohammed Abu Zaid, imam and judge in Lebanon, urges dialogue on both sides (photo: Claudia Rammelt)

Emmanuel Macron's anti-separatism bill

Imam Muhammed Abu Zaid calls on French Muslims to engage

A demonstrator displays her opinion outside the courthouse on the first day of the constitutional challenge to Bill 21, which bans public workers in positions of "authority" from wearing religious symbols, before the Quebec Superior Court in Montreal on 2 November 2020 (photo: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson)

Canada and the problem with Bill 21

Quebec's controversial secularism law takes the stand

Many people in Nice are still in shock over the latest Islamist terror attack (photo: Norbert Scanella/Panoramic/Imago Images)

France, terrorism and identity politics

Emmanuel Macron's determination to pick the wrong battle

Floral tributes outside Notre Dame Basilica, Nice (photo: DW/Marina Strauß)

Terrorist attack on Nice church

French Muslims grieve following another Islamist outrage

Erdogan addressing the Turkish parliament over French caricatures (photo: AP Photo/picture-alliance)

France's freedom of speech

Turkey hits at 'Crusades' against Islam in cartoons row

Politically deeply divided: Turkish President Erdogan (left) and French President Macron during a state visit. Archive image from 2018 (photo: picture-alliance/AP/L. Marin)

Muhammad cartoon controversy

Macron and the Muhammad tempest in a Twitter teapot

French Armenians demonstrate in Paris (photo: Lisa Louis/DW)

France, Turkey and the Caucasus

French Armenians plead for Nagorno-Karabakh intervention

Emmanuel Macron (photo: picture-alliance/AP Images/G. Fuentes)

French President in Beirut

Can Macron save Lebanon?

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