World For many citizens, Islam hears "not" to Germany
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Cologne. According to a representative survey, many citizens continue to see Islam not as part of Germany. 45 percent of respondents even expressed that Islam "not" belong to Germany.
This shared the Alice Schwarzer Foundation, the Giordano-Bruno Foundation and the Science Center Berlin for Social Research (WZB) on Friday in Cologne. Only five percent agreed to the statement that Islam belonged to Germany, "fully", 44 percent only wanted to have "peaceful forms" of Islam a member of membership. The principal rejection of Islam was particularly commonly distributed under the elderly and socially weaker layers.
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at the same time, the Germans of the investigation show a fundamentally differentiated view of Islam, but a majority also has a concern for a growing threat of Islamist groups. The opinion research institute Allensbach interviewed for the study of a good 1000 federal citizens over 16 years to their "attitude to Islam and Islamism". Part of the survey results has already been published on Tuesday.
According to the authors, between 5.3 and 5.6 million people in Germany lived in Germany at the end of 2019. 45 percent of respondents said that Muslims belonged to their friends and acquaintances. There was a significant difference between Western and East Germany: While in West Germany every second respondent (50 percent) knew a Muslim or a Muslim, it was only 22 percent in East Germany.
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almost two-thirds (65 percent) of respondents also stressed that "Muslims have the same right to religious freedom" would have to have Christians. At the same time, only five percent meant that Islam no threat to German society. A majority of 63 percent are not generally experiencing "Islam" as threatening, but certain Islamist groups. Thus, 71 percent of respondents said that a "radical interpretation of the Koran" is distributed to the power button and "in some mosques hatred and intolerance".
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