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Through His Eyes

In the early summer of 2014, a massive prison breakout happens at Abu Ghraib, a prison for lifetime sentenced convicts . More than 1800 criminals escaped that day and headed into Anbar’s (biggest state in Iraq) desert; many searches for them went down. Two months later, a new organisation’s name comes up in the news showing proof and talking about brutal assasinations, DAESH, known for media followers only, a group of serial killers if so to speak who conduct random

The fear of a national identity

When we talk about identity, we usually mean our personal identity. When we talk about European identity, we refer to our cultural identity in Europe. But what actually happens when we talk about national identity? Does it mean to celebrate your national soccer team during the world championship or to raise your flag in order to proof your national pride?  “Islam belongs to Germany.” German Federal President Christian Wulff expresses himself to the argumentative Sarrazin debates (Thilo Sarrazin wrote a