In Germany, Voices Against Immigration Grow Louder

News & Features Eric Westervelt · ·
A Muslim woman wearing a headscarf walks past a Turkish religious organization in Berlin's Kreuzberg district. Many Germans still refer to those of Turkish descent — even if they're third-generation German citizens — as Die Turken, the Turks. Many see this as proof that along with education and immigration reform, a change in mentality will be necessary to deal with multicultural society.