A year ago Germany first began to offer school courses in Islam. It is hoped the classes will increase understanding of Islam and help Muslim students hold on to their roots.
By refusing to hear the case, Germany's Constitutional Court has ruled that a Muslim boy must attend religion classes and services at a state-funded Catholic school. Church and state are not always separated in Germany.
A recent report by the German Federal Statistical Office shows that in terms of education, employment and income levels, those with a migration background are much worse off than those without.
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An "Ali Baba" themed playground in Berlin has caused some to see creeping Islamization. Others find the whole debate silly and filled with hate.
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