Topic: Right-wing populism

New mosque building in Dormagen defaced with swastikas (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/L. Hammer)

Islamophobia in Germany and Europe

European Muslims face increased online and physical attacks

A Hindu girl and Muslim girls take part in an interfaith Prayer for Peace ceremony (photo: Ye Aung Thu/AFP/Getty Images)

Moosa Raza's "In Search of Oneness"

What do the Bhagavad Gita and the Koran have in common?

Indian farmers protest in Mumbai (photo: Reuters)

India's farmers vs. Narendra Modi

"Modi and the BJP are destroying the country"

German new anchor and journalist Constantin Schreiber (photo: Rudiger Woelk/Imago Images)

Book review: Constantin Schreiber's "Die Kandidatin"

Playing on fears of an Islamist takeover

Residents mourned after right-wing extremists went on a shooting rampage in Hanau, Germany, in 2020 (photo: Odd Anderson/AFP/Getty Images)

Germany: Right-wing criminality at a record high

Street scene in Cairo: A father rides a motorbike with his five children (photo: picture alliance/ dpa/ Matthias Toedt)

Overpopulation and Sisi regime propaganda

Egypt's people – nothing but a burden and a nuisance

Memorial to terror: The World Trade Center in New York destroyed in 2001(photo: United Archives International)

Repercussions of 9/11

The West and the Islamic world – mutually radicalised?

Protestors hold banners in support of journalists and free speech in New Delhi, India, 3 February 2021 (photo: AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

Eroding confidence in the Fourth Estate

Narendra Modi declares war on India's free press

Protest again the burka ban in Denmark (photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo/Ritzau Scanpix/M. C. Rasmussen)

Burka bans in Europe

Why the burka is so important for right-wing populists

Rafik Schami (photo: Dieter Nagl/AFP)

Spotlight on bridge-builders: Rafik Schami

The story-teller from Damascus

Calcutta, West Bengal, India: Youth protesters march while holding a banner reading "No Vote TO BJP" during the anti-BJP rally on 10 March 2021 (photo: Dipayan Bose/Zumapress/picture alliance)

India and the farmers' protests

Solidarity mounts against Narendra Modi's BJP

One year after the attack in Hanau: under the Friedensbruecke bridge in Frankfurt, a 27-metre-long memorial graffiti commemorates the victims of the Hanau attack on 19 February 2020 (photo: picture alliance / greatif / Florian Gaul)

Podcast on the Hanau terrorist attack one year on

"From 1990 to 2020 Germany's far right killed about 200 people"

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