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.
Radical Islamists are more active in Barcelona than in most other Spanish cities. The reason lies partly in the autonomous nature of the government, and partly in the multicultural character of the city.
The number of people being injured in Islamophobic attacks in Germany has increased this year, new government figures have shown. But very few anti-Muslim hate crimes are successfully prosecuted.
Two separate German companies, the supermarket chain Edeka and the smoothie producer true fruits, have ignited raging debates on social media over race and immigration.
Muslims feel conflicted about certain aspects of historical Islam, says the Islamic scholar Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im. How does the notion of Sharia fit within the idea of a secular state?
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