A nameless, leaderless terrorist movement that operates in secret and recruits young people in parties and violent sport matches is considered to be the biggest threat to the world by Germany due to its unprecedented danger! What are the aims of this movement?
The Federal Ministry of the Interior in Germany revealed the number of hate crimes against Muslims during the second quarter of 2020, which reached 188 crimes caused by Islamophobia. None of the perpetrators have been arrested despite investigations of suspects.
A thousand mosques in Germany prepare for visitors of various religions on October 3, 2020, for Open Mosque Day, to introduce Islam. Although the number of visitors is usually more than 100,000, it may not exceed 10,000 this year due to the Corona virus Outbreak.
After a 5-year-long legal dispute, a court in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, ruled to allow loudspeaker Friday prayer Adhan for 15 minutes in the mosque in Oer-Erkenschwick. It rejected the ban lawsuit and upheld the right of Muslims to practice their rituals.
The German government is launching a project that analyzes hostile attitudes towards Muslims using 12 experts to address the increase of terrorist incidents against Muslims. Germany believes such acts constitute a threat not only to Muslims but to German society.
The German President, Frank Steinmeier, congratulated Muslims on Eid Alfitr and pledged to continue his efforts to combat Islamophobia. He believes the protection of Muslims is the state's duty, and Germany should never accept violent attacks against Muslims.