“A new study entitled “Post-migrant Germany” set out to investigate attitudes on national identity in Germany. According to the results, these attitudes are ambivalent: people in Germany are open-minded, yet many in mainstream society have major reservations with respect to Muslim immigrants.” Claudia Mende reports for Qantara.de.
According to Wolfgang Benz, head of the Center for Research on Anti-Semitism at Berlin’s Free University, there are structural similarities in the stigmatization of Muslims and Jews. An interview by Claudia Mende
Fundamentalist Christians are using populist slogans to incite against Muslims, whom they see as the new source of danger for Europe. The number of internet users who visit their websites is alarmingly high. Claudia Mende reports.