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  • Tübingen Islam Discussions 2020
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    Tübingen Islam Discussions 2020

    Islam and Muslims are often reported about in the same manner on the news, talk shows or on the Internet. The TübIs Project, the Tübingen Islam Talks, has taken upon itself the task of changing this. They want to show a differentiated picture, stimulate respectful discussion and thus strengthen the diversity of democratic coexistence. Basic lectures by specialists followed by rounds of discussions provide information and take a detailed and...
  • Corona as of July 1st: Demos allowed
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    Corona as of July 1st: Demos allowed

    Starting July 1st, 2020, new regulations to combat the corona pandemic will apply in Baden-Württemberg. The Corona Regulation expressly respects the importance of freedom of assembly under Article 8 of the Basic Law. In principle, there are no limits to the number of participants. However, the organizers must work to ensure that the demonstrators abide by the distance rule. The authorities can also request certain hygiene measures. However, the law...
  • Corona as of July 1st: No hygiene plan required for private celebrations for up to 100 people
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    Corona as of July 1st: No hygiene plan required for private celebrations for up to 100 people

    Starting July 1st, 2020, new regulations to combat the corona pandemic will apply in Baden-Württemberg. Starting July 1st, a hygiene plan is no longer necessary for private events with no more than 100 participants. This applies, for example, to birthday or wedding celebrations, baptisms and family celebrations. This is in the ordinance of the state government on infection protection measures against the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus of June 23,...
  • Private parties with a maximum of 99 guests
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    Private parties with a maximum of 99 guests

    Starting Tuesday, 9th June 2020, weddings and birthday parties will be permitted to be celebrated with more guests. In one’s home, up to 20 people from different households are allowed. No restrictions apply among family members anymore. This was announced by the federal state government of Baden-Württemberg. They made two examples: If four people live together in one household, up to a maximum of 16 people that are not related...
  • How Syrians Celebrate Eid al-Fitr
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    How Syrians Celebrate Eid al-Fitr

    Youssef Kanjou Eid al-Fitr, the Feast at the end of Ramadan, is celebrated as a religious and social ritual that lasts for three days. We prepare everything during Ramadan. This includes baking the various sweets for the celebration, buying clothes, organizing family visits and cleaning as well as decorating the houses. On the day before Eid al-Fitr, mothers work particularly hard when it comes to preparing for the next day...
  • Large events remain forbidden
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    Large events remain forbidden

    Large events are prohibited in Baden-Württemberg until at least August 31st, 2020. The state government listed popular festivals, large sporting events with spectators, large concerts, festivals, wine festivals (in villages, cities, streets), shooting clubs (Schützenfeste) and funfair events as examples of prohibited events. For smaller public or private events/celebrations as well as events without a celebratory character, a relaxation is not yet in sight. This is stated in the seventh...
  • Ramadan begins: What does fasting mean in Islam?
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    Ramadan begins: What does fasting mean in Islam?

    By Oula Mahfouz This year, Ramadan begins on Friday, April 24, and continues until May 23. This date is determined by some Muslim countries and organizations through astronomical calculations, while others rely on seeing the crescent of Ramadan in the sky with the naked eye on the Thursday before. The month of Ramadan has a special meaning for Muslims and they consider it a month of closeness to God and...
  • Still no events
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    Still no events

    In Baden-Württemberg, events are still fundamentally prohibited, even after the Fifth Ordinance amending the Corona Ordinance of April 17. The restrictions apply until May 3. According to a decision by the federal and state governments, major events should not be possible until at least August 31, 2020. tun 041803 Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL; Wolfgang Sannwald. Latest information on Corona: Click here
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