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September 7, 2023   •   

Soccer Team Founded by Holocaust Survivors Is First Jewish Group to Participate in 'German Cup'

“We wanted to show that we’re still here—that we’re accepted, that we weren’t ended in 1933”

November 3, 2022   •   

Islamic Call to Prayer Launched From Mosque in Cologne

A religious precedent at one of Germany's largest and grandest mosques

July 24, 2022   •   

German Court Rules Antisemitic Sculpture Can Remain on Church

The highest appeals court in Germany denied the request to remove a highly offensive antisemitic sculpture from a Wittenburg church.

April 18, 2022   •   

Germany and “Cults”: the Federal Administrative Court Confirms “Sect Filters” Are Illegal

Recent decision of Germany’s Federal Administrative Court affirms the freedom of religion or belief and the freedom of religious practice of German Scientologists.

May 17, 2021   •   

German Court Rules in Favor of Scientologist Dismissed From Job Because of His Faith

Victory for the constitutional right of every German citizen to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

October 9, 2020   •   

Human Rights Council Hears Request to Investigate Germany for Violations of Religious Freedom

The European Office of the Church of Scientology for Public Affairs and Human Rights calls on the UN to investigate Germany for its continuous and egregious violation of the rights of Scientologists.

April 30, 2018   •   

Interview with Germany’s New Anti-Semitism Commissioner

German government’s new commissioner for anti-Semitism voices concerns about current trends in his country.

March 25, 2018   •   

Countering Anti-Semitism by Confronting the Past

A recent article in the New York Times explores Germany’s complex social landscape and how it is grappling with the incursion of a new wave of anti-Semitism.