Topic: Satire

People attend a rally in memory of the victims of the "Charlie Hebdo" attack in Paris (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Book review: Victoria Schneider's "Are you Charlie?"

A deeply divided country

Flowers and a placard laid for the two men who were killed by an assassin in Copenhagen at the weekend (photo: AP)

After the Copenhagen attacks

"We are not afraid"

Prof Gudrun Kramer (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/J. Stratenschulte)

Interview with Gudrun Kramer

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Muslims must take a critical look at controversial passages in the Koran

Karen Armstrong (photo: J. D. Sloan)

Interview with Karen Armstrong

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Islamist violence is "in part a product of Western disdain"

Harry Harun Behr (photo: IZIR, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)

Interview with Harry Harun Behr

"I don't know how Mohammed can be offended"

Screenshot of the caricature on the front of the most recent edition of the Turkish satirical magazine "Cafcaf" bearing the statement "No, nothing has been forgiven!"

Islamic satirical magazine "Cafcaf" from Istanbul

"No, nothing has been forgiven!"

A sign reading "Stop Multi-culti. My homeland will remain German" at a Pegida demonstration in Dresden, 12 January 2015 (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/A. Burgi)

After the Paris attacks

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The dangerous "alliance" between Islamism and Islamophobia

Khalil (photo: private)

Interview with the cartoonist Khalil

"There is nothing that can justify this sort of violence"

Canan Topcu (centre) speaking during a discussion at the Herbert Quandt Foundation (photo: private)

Muslims and the Paris attacks

"I distance myself from these murderers – not as a Muslim, but as a human being"

Imam Djelloul Seddiki (right) during a meeting between Pope Francis and French imams in the Vatican (photo: Reuters)

Interview with the French imam Djelloul Seddiki

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"Extremist groups want to impose on us a clash of civilisations"

Flowers and signs that read (from left) "I am Charlie", "I am a police officer", "I am in mourning" and "I am Jewish" are seen near a kosher grocery store in Paris, 10 January 2015 (photo: AFP/Getty Images/K. Tribouillard)

Reactions to the Paris attacks

Religiousness is not the problem

People in Nice hold up "Je suis Charlie" signs in response to the attack on "Charlie Hebdo" (photo: AFP/Getty Images/V. Hache)

France after the attack on "Charlie Hebdo"

Much more is at stake than press freedom

Al-Azhar university in Cairo (photo: Getty Images)

Reactions to the "Charlie Hebdo" attack in the Arab world

"Radicals killed radicals"

The most recent edition of "Charlie Hebdo" featuring a caricature of Michel Houellebecq (photo: AFP/Getty Images)

Attack on the French satirical magazine "Charlie Hebdo"

Do not be deceived!

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