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Welcome to the Erlangen Centre for Islam & Law in Europe

The Erlangen Centre for Islam and Law in Europe (EZIRE) conducts research and teaching about Islam and Muslim life in Europe from a multidisciplinary perspective. In addition to research and teaching, EZIRE also offers services such as trainings, consulting, expertise and expert opinions.

The Centre for Euro-Oriental Studies (CEOS), cooperation partner of the EZIRE, kindly invites you to join the discussion meeting on: „Islam im Wahlkampf (Islam in Election Campaigns)“ on Friday, 23/06/2017, from 6.15 to 7.45 pm. The lecture will take place in the small auditorium, Bismarckstr. 1a, E...

The debate on how to deal with criminal clans that are up to mischief in Germanys main cities and because of whom certain quarters have dwindled to so-called “No-Go-Areas”, is not new. Internal security has also been one of the main campaign issues in the state legislature elections of t...

A conference organized by the Frankfurt Research Center on Global Islam (FFGI) on May 05 has examined possible areas of conflict between Sharia Law and German Basic Law. Mathias Rohe, lawyer, Islamic scholar and director of EZIRE, was invited. In an interview with the broadcasting station Deutsche W...

Under the motto “Experience the Sciences”, the Bavarian Academy of the Sciences in Munich helds an open day on Saturday, May 20th, from 11am to 6pm. The EZIRE takes part in the event: Throughout the day, Dr. Jörn Thielmann, executive director of the EZIRE, as well as Dr. Mahmoud Jaraba.....

In the summer term of 2017, the Bavarian Orient Colloquium on the topic of „Cultivated Landscapes of Southeast Anatolia and Mesopotamia: Local and Transnational Perspectives“ takes place at the University of Bamberg. Speakers from Germany and abroad will present their topics – e. g. Islamic ar...

On Sunday, April 16th, the citizens of Turkey voted on introducing a presidential system. This constitutional referendum marks a new pinnacle of political developments in Turkey that have left Western states uneasy. Many fear the country is slowly drifting toward autocracy. Where to is Turkey’s path leading? And what role does Islam play in these new developments? Hüseyin Çiçek, a research associate at the EZIRE, addressed these questions in various contributions for radio and television.

Der Journalist Constantin Schreiber zeichnet in seinem neu erschienenen Buch "Inside Islam" ein negatives Bild über die deutsche Moscheenlandschaft. In vielen der von ihm besuchten Moscheen würde demokratiefeindliches Gedankengut gepredigt. Im Gespräch mit Deutschlandradio Kultur kommentiert Mathias Rohe die Arbeit Schreibers.