Germany Needs an "Ombudsman against Islamophobia"? This office had requested a few days ago, Aiman Mazyek, Chairman of the Central Council of Muslims, again. Germany needs much more than a Competent, violence and humiliating discrimination by Muslims to contain, Yes will prevent.
In Germany, but there is no lack of it. In the almost sixty years of immigration of Muslims, continued we have not yet found a consensus whether and how Muslim life in a trusting and accepting atmosphere at all and unfold to develop.
General suspicion against Muslims
on the demonic strategy of the bomber of the IS and its free-riders: give reasons for your murders and crimes, religious and already the seed of hatred and the General suspicion against Muslims. The result is that a Muslim will set itself in "enlightened" circles, often with religious fanaticism.
Since it is not enough to repeat the formula: "Islam/Muslims belong to Germany." It is important to know what this means in concrete terms. For example, in Germany the number of immigrants from Muslim countries is growing steadily.
Between 2010 to 2016, of approximately 3.3 million to 5 million (6.1 percent of the population). A study by the Pew center in November 2017. The reasons are well known: immigration of asylum seekers from Syria, Iraq and Iran, and a higher birth rate (of 1.9 compared to 1.5 for non-Muslim women). According to the study, the number of Muslims in Germany is growing in 2050 to just under 6 million (8.7 percent).More about
Central Council of Muslims, warns that "hatred is spreading"Helge, Hommers
It depends, therefore, without If and But of the Non-Muslims and Muslims equally, whether the children growing up Muslim affiliation identify with Germany. Concealed and open anti-Muslim sentiments seem to be poison to a climate of togetherness. Why should there not be a representative who is going on about it? Everyone is needed.