Germany's foreign minister voices concern over heavy-handedness against protesters a day after the govt praised Morsi's 'commitment to foreign ties'.
Germany calls on Egypt to look into accusations of fraud against the constitutional referendum that ended on Saturday.
Germany is insisting that Morsy go ahead with his upcoming visit to Berlin, despite earlier comments warning that Egypt was at risk of renewed dictatorship.
The Koran has thus far been subjected to erroneous interpretation, says Mouhanad Khorchide, who is calling for an emancipation of the faith.
German journalist Charlotte Wiedemann and renowned Egyptian novelist Mansoura Ez-Eldin discuss social achievements and prospects for women in the Arab Spring.
In a new book, Volker Perthes looks at the Arab uprisings and considers what they could mean for German and European policy and for the Middle East as a whole.
In "Image Problem: the image of evil Islam and my colourful Muslim World", Hilscher has attempted to tackle some of the stereotypical perceptions of Islam.
For many conservative Muslim families, marriage plays an important role, which can lead to conflicts when individual freedom confronts community beliefs.
Some Muslim feminists are falling into the apologist trap and running the risk of politically exploiting Islam.
In his book about the Arab Spring Michael Lüders criticizes the West's one-dimensional view of the historic events that have shaken the Arab world.