A chronological review of some of the main stories involving Islam in Germany during July 2016.
Germany’s migrant rape crisis has now spread to cities and towns in all 16 of Germany’s federal states.
Although Turkish officials have repeatedly threatened to renege on the March 18 EU-Turkey deal, this is the first time they have set a deadline.
Chancellor Angela Merkel ignored critics of her refugee policies and insisted there would be no change to her open-door migration stance.
Muslim migrants in Germany who feel discriminated against should be given the right to change their legal names to Christian-sounding ones, according to a senior German politician.
The Bavarian Criminal Police Office has launched an internal investigation to determine if police were justified in shooting a jihadist.
The rise of the eurosceptic Five Star Movement, now the most popular political party in Italy, has potentially far-reaching implications for the European Union.
The German parliament has approved changes to the criminal code that expand the definition of rape and make it easier to deport migrants who commit sex crimes.
Nearly two-thirds of Germans believe that Islam does not belong to Germany, according to a recent opinion poll.
Muslim groups are opposed to Turkey’s growing influence over the practice of Islam in Austria.
Nearly half of the three million ethnic Turks living in Germany believe it is more important to follow Islamic Sharia law than German law.