Topic: Radicalisation

Germany's Open Mosque Day: here in Cologne (photo: Henning Kaiser/dpa/picture-alliance)

Radicalisation debate

The exclusion of European Muslims nurtures Islamists

Candles in Vienna mark the terrorist attack on 02.11.2020 (photo: picture-alliance/picturedesk.com/APA/Georg Hochmuth)

After the Islamist attacks in France and Austria

"Placing Muslims under general suspicion is not the solution"

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

Terrorist attack on Nice church

French Muslims grieve following another Islamist outrage

Protest in Pakistan (photo: AFP/Getty Images/A. Majeed)

Radicalisation among Barelvis in Pakistan

The spread of violent fanaticism

People march in Paris in tribute to Samuel Paty (photo: Michel Euler/AP/picture-alliance)

Islamist terror in France

The agitators are right next door

People demonstrate their solidarity with the victims on the first anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attack (photo: picture alliance/dpa)

Charlie Hebdo trial in Paris

Will justice bring relief?

Iraqi defendant, Taha al-J., believed to have belonged to Islamic State, hides his face as judges arrive in the courtroom for the start of his trial for genocide and murdering a young Yazidi girl he held as a slave, on 24 April 2020, at the Higher Regional Court in Frankfurt am Main, Germany (photo: Getty Images/AFP/A. Dedert)

Islamic State on trial

Prosecuting IS returnees in Germany takes the law's longest arm

Prisoner in a cell standing looking out of the window (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Islamism in Germany

Preventing radicalisation in prisons

 Illustration: Young German woman with headscarf sitting on the floor in a mosque, reading the Koran (DW/Gesa Kuis)

Islam in Germany

Anna, a young woman seeking love and Allah

Sociologist and Arabist Gilles Kepel (photo: Joel Saget/AFP/Getty Images)

Essay by Islam expert Gilles Kepel

The new jihad and its mentors

 Salafism recruitment symbolic image (picture-alliance/dpa/R. Peters)

Islamism in Germany

Fighting Salafists with YouTube satire

The 28-year-old accused is led before the court just one day after the terror attacks on two mosques in Christchuch (photo: Mark Mitchell/SNPA/NewZealand Herald POOL/AAP/dpa)

Post-Christchurch debate on religion and terrorism

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Who is responsible for the violence?

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