Interview with Alice Schwarzer, Feminist and Author
"The time for false tolerance is over. The Islamists are the fascists of the 21st century. We have to treat them just like we treat far-right extremists."
She has spent her life fighting for women's equal rights, writing and publishing the magazine "Emma." A look at the life of Alice Schwarzer, Germany's best known — and most controversial — feminist, as she turns 75.
This week on WorldLink: A year after the wave of New Year's Eve sex attacks we talk to top feminist Alice Schwarzer, who says misogyny among migrants needs to be tackled head on. And, how safe do women feel on the streets of Berlin? What do the French think about Breitbart News coming to Europe? Plus, we take you to one of Africa's conflict zones that rarely makes it into the headlines.
Prospective soldiers are to be scrutinized by Germany's military intelligence agency for leanings toward Islamism, far-right or far-left causes. The intended law change has been adopted by Chancellor Merkel's cabinet.
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