The holy month of Ramadan has begun for millions of Muslims worldwide, with many expressing uncertainty and fear because of conflicts in Egypt and Syria.
A provocative Page 1 in the regional red-top Express has created nationwide controversy about plans to install a single squat toilet at a beloved Cologne meeting space. But is it all just a tempest in a toilet?
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?
Fighting has been raging in the eastern Saudi Arabian city of Awamiya for months. Entire neighborhoods have been destroyed, and Riyadh's heavy-handed approach toward its Shiite minority has escalated the situation.
Pakistani police have arrested a council elder for ordering a man to molest a girl to avenge his sister's rape. DW examines how masculine "honor" and religious norms combine to subjugate women in the Islamic country.
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