Journalism

Being young in a combat zone: Exploring recruitment techniques in an era of unemployment

By Ekaterina Dolgalova War and military – frightening, fascinating or both? Personally, I’m intrigued. Almost obsessively I yearn to hear soldiers’ anecdotes. I envy that their perception of war is true, and I hate the fact that I’m too afraid to gain that truth. I assume this morbid curiosity of mine can’t be that abnormal … Continue reading

Germany needs to say no to false tolerance: Yes to the faith of Islam, no to the law of Islam
Journalism

Germany needs to say no to false tolerance: Yes to the faith of Islam, no to the law of Islam

“Ḥarām, Ḥarām!” an old woman yelled at Fatma Turgut, a Turkish journalist working and living in Berlin, while pointing at Fatma’s naked 2-year old daughter at a public swimming pool in Neukölln, Berlin. The distraught mother couldn’t believe her ears – that much Arabic she understood. The elderly woman, who must have been sweating underneath … Continue reading