A Muslim Turkish man living in Germany has embarked on a global tour with his bike since 2020 to raise awareness about Islamophobia and racism.
A book entitled “Islamophobia: Deal With It in the Name of Peace” has been published in Germany in English to provide information for kids on different aspects of Islamophobia.
Germany has launched a state-backed training center for imams to help reduce the number of preachers coming in from abroad, but the initiative has been shunned by leading Turkish groups.
This ruling might affect Muslims living in Germany even more than before. It should be known that banning Kosher slaughtering had been first put into law at the beginning of the 1930’s,
Recent studies by the Internet platform “Integration Media Services” show that many mosques and Islamic organizations in Germany have expanded their online services in the last year
A 40-year-old Lebanese doctor, who has lived in Germany since 2002, applied for the country’s citizenship through naturalization in 2012, thus agreeing to sign a declaration of loyalty to the German constitution and denouncing extremism
“Today, Hijab is part of me, and I like it because it keeps me conscious and away from banalities”
German rendering of a book titled “Quran and Its Approximate Translation” was published by the Islamic Library of Germany.
Mosques across Germany opened their doors to people of various faiths on Thursday to promote dialogue and dispel stereotypes associated with Muslims.