Topic: Right-wing populism

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?

Germany′s Federal Minister of the Interior Thomas de Maiziere

Germany and the semantics of exclusion

"We are not burka"

French-Turkish sociologist Nilufer Gole (photo: picture-alliance/ZB/Esch-Kenkel)

Interview with the French-Turkish sociologist Nilufer Gole

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"Islam is taking root in Europe"

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

Man holding a placard at the Trafalgar Square vigil for victims of Wednesday's attack (photo: Getty Images/J. Taylor)

Terrorist attack in London

Keep calm and carry on

Islamic Studies professor Mona Siddiqui (photo: private)

Mona Siddiqui on Brexit, Muslims and the migrant issue

How do you welcome someone?

Wilders supporters in the Dutch town of Spijkenisse (photo: AFP/Getty Images)

Geert Wilders and the right-wing populists

Heads they win, tails they win

Author and journalist Mohamed Amjahid (photo: Goetz Schleser/Hanser Verlag)

Non-fiction: Mohamed Amjahid′s "Unter Weißen"

"Racism, like a plastic bottle in the sea…"

No way out: "on the left is a prison and on the right is the sea, there is no escape" by Abbas Al Aboudi (photo: Abbas Al Aboudi)

An Iraqi artist on Nauru

″My art is my saviour″

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!

Muslims in Germany (photo: dpa)

Muslims in Germany following the Berlin attack

"It's not our fault!"

Memorial to the victims of the Berlin Christmas market attack

Berlin Christmas market attack

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Countering the horror

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