Viele Deutschtürken bejubeln Erdoğans Kriegszug. Solange sie in Deutschland nicht Teil der politischen Elite sind, wird das auch so bleiben. Türkeistämmige in Deutschland sind mehrheitlich Türken, aber auch Kurden und andere nationale Minderheiten der Türkei, die selbst Staatsbürger der Türkei. Die Spannungen zwischen Berlin und Ankara machen sich bemerkbar - werden Deutsche und Türken sich tatsächlich fremder?
Erfolgreiche Deutschtürken in Deutschlandsagte der damalige Bundeskanzler Helmut Kohl, er wolle die Zahl der in Deutschland lebenden Türken um die Hälfte reduzieren. Wir stellen Prominente in. Deutschtürken oder türkischstämmige Deutsche? Oftmals fällt es schwer, die aus der Türkei nach Deutschland emigrierten Menschen kulturell. Deutschland und die Türkei hätten eine Annäherung verpasst, sagt der deutschtürkische Verband. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan habe seinen Besuch nur für.
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Former Turkish citizens who have given up their citizenship can apply for the "Blue Card" Mavi Kart , which gives them some rights in Turkey, such as the right to live and work in Turkey, the right to possess and inherit land or the right to inherit; however, they do not have the right to vote.
In the Embassy of Germany, Washington, D. The Turkish people who immigrated to Germany brought their culture with them, including their language, religion, food, and arts.
These cultural traditions have also been passed down to their descendants who maintain these values. Consequently, Turkish Germans have also exposed their culture to the greater German society.
This is particularly noticeable in the developing landscape of the country, with numerous Turkish restaurants, grocery stores, teahouses, and mosques scattered across Germany.
Moreover, the Turks in Germany have also been exposed to the German culture - as is evident on the influence it has played in the Turkish dialect spoken by the Turkish community in Germany.
Turkish cuisine first arrived in Germany during the sixteenth century and was consumed among aristocratic circles.
By the early s Turks began to open fast-food restaurants serving popular kebap dishes. Today there are Turkish restaurants scattered throughout the country selling popular dishes like döner kebap in take-away stalls to more authentic domestic foods in family-run restaurants.
Moreover, since the s, Turks have opened grocery stores and open-air markets where they sell ingredients suitable for Turkish home-cooking, such as spices, fruits, and vegetables.
Turkish is the second most spoken language in Germany, after German. It was brought to the country by Turkish immigrants who spoke it as their first language.
These immigrants mainly learned German through employment, mass media, and social settings, and it has now become a second language for many of them.
Nonetheless, most Turkish immigrants have passed down their mother tongue to their children and descendants. In general, Turkish Germans become bilingual at an early age, learning Turkish at home and German in state schools; thereafter, a dialectal variety often remains in their repertoire of both languages.
Turkish Germans mainly speak the German language more fluently than their "domestic"-style Turkish language. Consequently, they often speak the Turkish language with a German accent or a modelled German dialect.
Parents generally encourage their children to improve their Turkish language skills further by attending private Turkish classes or choosing Turkish as a subject at school.
In some states of Germany the Turkish language has even been approved as a subject to be studied for the Abitur.
Turkish has also been influential in greater German society. For example, advertisements and banners in public spaces can be found written in Turkish.
Hence, it is also familiar to other ethnic groups - it can even serve as a vernacular for some non-Turkish children and adolescents in urban neighborhoods with dominant Turkish communities.
It is also common within the Turkish community to code-switch between the German and Turkish languages. However, with the developing formation of a Turkish middle class in Germany, there is an increasing number of people of Turkish-origin who are proficient in using the standard German language, particularly in academia and the arts.
The Turkish people in Germany are predominantly Muslim and form the largest ethnic group which practices Islam in Germany.
It has been criticized that there is a media and political bias against Turkish Germans compared to Kurds in Germany, for example, when pro-Erdogan Turkish-Germans demonstrate the media and many politicians warn against these demonstrations, but the same media and politicians remain silent about the many regular pro-PKK Kurdish demonstrations.
In the German journalist Günter Wallraff shocked the German public with his internationally successful book Ganz unten "In the Pits" or "Way Down" in which he reported the discrimination faced by Turkish people in German society.
He disguised himself as a Turkish worker called "Ali Levent" for over two years and took on minimal-wage jobs and confronted German institutions.
He found that many employers did not register or insure their Turkish workers. Moreover, major employers like Thyssen did not give their Turkish workers adequate breaks and did not pay them their full wage.
It has been, and still is, also reported that Turkish-Germans were being discriminated against at school from early age and in workplaces.
It has also been found that teachers discriminate on non German sounding names and tend to give worse grades just based on names.
The studies showed that even though a student might have had the exact number of right and wrong answers, or the exact paper, the teachers favour German names.
This creates a vicious cycle where teachers favour German descent students over non Germans, including Turkish students, which result in worse education, which later results in Turkish people not being able to take what is deemed to be "higher skill jobs", which nonetheless deepens the cracks in the cycle.
There are also the reports of discrimination against Turkish-Germans in other areas such as sports, one example being the discrimination against the football player Mesut Özil.
The fall of the Berlin wall in , and the reunification of Germany , saw a sharp rise in violent attacks against Turkish-Germans. A series of arson attacks, bombings, and shootings have targeted the Turkish community in both public and private spaces, such as in their homes, cultural centres, and businesses.
Consequently, many victims have been killed or severely injured by these attacks. On 9 March , Mustafa Demiral de , aged 56, was attacked by two neo-Nazis whilst waiting at a bus stop in Mülheim.
One of the attackers pointed a gun at the victim and pulled the trigger several times but no shot went off; nonetheless, Demiral suffered a heart-attack and died at the scene of the crime.
Three girls and two women died and 14 other members of the extended family were severely injured in the attack.
The German Chancellor Helmut Kohl did not attend the memorial services. Neo-Nazi attacks continued throughout the s.
For example, on 18 February , the Bayram family were attacked on their doorstep by a neo-Nazi neighbour in Darmstadt.
Racist violence persisted through to the twenty-first century. Between and several Turkish shopkeepers were attacked in numerous cities in Germany.
The attacks were popularly called the " Bosphorus serial murders " Bosporus-Morde or the " Döner murders " Dönermorde - which saw eight Turkish and one Greek person killed.
Initially, the German media suspected that Turkish gangs were behind these murders. However, by it came to light that the perpetrators were in fact the neo-Nazi group the National Socialist Underground.
By 3 February , nine Turkish people, including five children, died in a blaze in Ludwigshafen. Not all attacks on Turks have been perpetrated by neo-Nazi right-wing Germans.
For example, the perpetrator of a mass shooting in Munich on 22 July who deliberately targeted people of Turkish and Arab origin.
On 19 February , a German neo-nazi who expressed hate for non-German people, carried out two mass shootings in the city of Hanau , killing nine foreigners.
He then returned to his home, killed his mother and committed suicide. Five of the nine victims were Turkish citizens. Racism and xenophobia in Germany grew during the COVID pandemic , causing an increase in attacks targeting the Turkish community in country.
For example, on 2 April , in Hamburg , a German family of Turkish descent had received a threatening letter with xenophobic content that allegedly contains the coronavirus.
In , the Die Welt and Bild reported that new Turkish motorbike gang, the Osmanien Germania is growing rapidly. The Hannoversche Allgemeine newspaper claimed that the Osmanien Germania is advancing more and more into red-light districts, which increases the likelihood of a bloody territorial battle with established gangs like the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club.
As a result of the immigration wave in the s and s, far right and ultranationalist organisations established themselves in Germany such as the Grey Wolves , Türkische Föderation der Idealistenvereine in Deutschland, Europäisch-Türkische Union ATB and Türkisch Islamische Union Europa ATIB which brought the conflicts from their home country with them with racism towards Kurds and Armenians in Germany.
In , ATB and ATIB together had about locations with 18, members. The first phase in Turkish-German Cinema began in the s and lasted through to the s; it involved writers placing much of their attention on story-lines that represented the living and working conditions of the Turkish immigrant workers in Germany.
By the s a second phase shifted towards focusing more on mass entertainment and involved the work of Turkish and German-born Turkish German filmmakers.
Critical engagements in story-telling increased further by the turn of the twenty-first century. Numerous films of the s onwards launched the careers of many film directors, writers, and actors and actresses.
By focusing on similarities and differences of the two cultures using comedy, these films have shifted from the earlier Turkish-German drama films of the s which focused on culture clashes; in its place, these films have celebrated integration and interethnic romance.
Indeed, stories confronting Turkish labour migration, and debates about integration , multiculturalism , and identity, are reoccurring themes in Turkish-German cinema.
Nonetheless, not all films directed, produced or written by Turkish Germans are necessarily about the "Turkish-experience" in Germany.
Several Turkish Germans have been involved in other genres, such as Bülent Akinci who directed the German drama Running on Empty ,  Mennan Yapo who has directed the American supernatural thriller Premonition ,  and Thomas Arslan de who directed the German Western film Gold Several Turkish-origin actors from Germany have also starred in Turkish films, such as Haluk Piyes who starred in O da beni seviyor In the first decade of the twenty-first century several German television series in which the experience of Turkish-Germans as a major theme gained popularity in Germany and in some cases gained popularity abroad too.
For example, Sinan Toprak ist der Unbestechliche "Sinan Toprak is the Incorruptible", and Mordkommission Istanbul "Murder Squad Istanbul", —present which both star Erol Sander.
Overall, Deutschtürken are more visible today, but there is still a long way to go before Turkish immigration to Germany can be considered a success story.
After decades of closing their eyes to reality and insisting mantra-like that Germany was "no country of immigration," the country's leaders in the '90s declared themselves shocked by the existence of "parallel societies" in Germany and began to demand that Turks integrate.
Turkey's recent rise on the global stage is mixing things up. Some leading Turkish politicians have warned Turkish immigrants and their descendants against assimilation, saying they should learn the Turkish language before learning German.
Erdogan, speaking to the German tabloid Bild on Nov. He also demanded stronger German support for Turkey's bid to join the E.
How it would change the face of the national soccer team, though, would remain to be seen. The enfant terrible of German journalism takes the whole Multicultural Cabal to task and cuts through all the crap: Almost all immigrant problems in Germany are Muslim-connected.
No number of red herrings fished up by the multi-billion Diversity Industry will ever change that Mother of All Facts.
And no amount of starry-eyed rhetoric on the part of Green Party Co-Leader Cem Özdemir, who locks horns with Broder in the TV program, will ever make the slightest bit of difference.
You might just as well try to wish gravity away. Tragically, the immigration situation is so much worse than even Broder thinks in his lily-white innocence.
Just take a load of the litany of human disasters in Germany detailed above. Alternatively, examine the state of affairs in equally blighted neighboring countries.
Let me quote a few facts and figures from the Netherlands - the only country in the world where oft-devastating immigration statistics are fairly freely available.
Although I have only built up a very rough impression of the Dutch equivalent of the BBC's Crimewatch program cannot bear to watch it for more than a few seconds at a time , the common thread running through all episodes seems to be that almost all of the thugs are non-Western immigrants and that almost all the victims are whites.
The victims are often on the bottom rungs of society - from supermarket staff to frail senior citizens, who have been intimidated, humiliated, robbed, beaten silly or stabbed with blood-curdling brutality in their own country.
The crime-program makers have even developed their own PC language to identify the never-ending immigrant rogues' gallery paraded on Dutch TV screens, week after deeply depressing week.
Moroccan suspects have a "North African appearance," while blacks have a "negroid appearance. Presumably, he confines himself to those actually drawing unemployment benefits.
Could it even be worse? Has Niemöller also counted all those immigrants who are jobless, yet have been falsely declared "disabled"?
Bear in mind that the tiny Netherlands holds the per-capita world record for the number of people on various forms of "disability" benefits, aka the Scam of the Century, namely , Everything I write needs to be carefully fact-checked; I've worked with great haste not only due to time restraints, but also because I find non-Western immigration an excruciatingly depressing subject.
More broadly speaking, there is not even a single Western European country with a successful Muslim community, as I've shown with granite-hard facts and figures and will further substantiate with more of the same.
Instead, in only slightly varying degrees, Muslim immigration is just one long tale of woe and misery for the long-suffering host countries, which are in for far worse to come in the decades ahead because of barely understood demographic realities.
Incidentally, the same sad observation can be made of the Black Diaspora in Western Europe, North America, Latin America and the Caribbean see previous statistics-packed emails and upcoming info - you have yet to receive these!
Germany's Immigration Disaster Deniers have as much credibility as alien abductees spirited away in a UFO with Bigfoot at the controls Immigration Disaster Denial has deep roots in German society and goes way beyond the usual suspects - aging Communists in their last hurrah so left-over '60s rabble and relics of the GDR dictatorship.
Almost as fanatic and myopic are the folks called das liberale Bildungsbürgertum, to use Roman Reusch's caustic epithet for Germany's Class of Educated Ignoramuses, who live in a whites-only cocooned fantasy world and indulge in Gutmenscherei at the expense of the vulnerable in society, slandered as "racists" when they have the chutzpah to complain about their awful lot.
Suffer in silence, will you, and let us dream on! For example, I was aghast to learn that the flat-earthist book The Scaremongers: The German Fear of Islam had been penned by a journalist in the employ of the Frankfurter Allgemeine and not some fringe Trot rag.
Who would have thought? It's almost as if Germany's Babbling Classes wish to make up for their lack of humor and humanity with nonstop misguided moralizing and grotesque grandstanding.
In my experience, those who holler the loudest about morality possess the least amount of it. History will render a devastating verdict on the FAZ journalist and all other flat earthers, lampooning the PC Era as a period of moral and mind meltdown of the sort Europe has seen so often in recent times.
However, that is cold comfort to the many long-suffering victim groups described in my messages, including white elderly people who are imprisoned in their own homes in ethnic hellholes and are forced to live out their final days amid horrific levels of vandalism, theft, vitriolic threats and violence from even very young immigrant children, backed up by bigger siblings and parents, as I heard in distressing accounts.
I also witnessed some of these blood-boiling scenes in South Rotterdam. One highly unusual comment to the Danish train clip reads, "My Muslim brothers are such pigs, I understand why everyone hates them.
In the words of German journalist Sabine Beppler-Spahl, "Being 'pro-immigration' and 'pro-multiculturalism' in Germany today is like a lifestyle choice, a way of proving that you are culturally refined and cosmopolitan, unlike the supposedly uncultured, racist working classes.
Sadly, the working class is only one of various segments of German society increasingly hurting and suffering at the hands of Muslim immigrants.
Other hard-hit victim groups include Jews, gays, the old and frail, plus native young people. And matters are set to get so much worse for them, owing to dramatic demographics, including Turkey's likely admission into the EU.
The info contained in my emails shatters this cozy image of a Multicultural Utopia, long flogged by Germany's Diversity Mongers.
In one or two follow-ups, I'll be presenting more details on the issues raised here plus new material.
Türkische Staatsbürger haben als solche in Deutschland kein Stimm- und Wahlrecht , anders als Bürger der Europäischen Union , die an Kommunalwahlen in Deutschland teilnehmen können.
Am häufigsten werden von türkeistämmigen Deutschen die Parteien SPD ca. Der Berliner Verein Türkische Gemeinde in Deutschland rief im Rahmen der Bundestagswahl explizit dazu auf, Personen mit türkischer Herkunft, beispielsweise Cem Özdemir oder Lale Akgün , zu wählen.
Bei der Bundestagswahl am September wurden 14 türkeistämmige Abgeordnete in den Bundestag gewählt:. Im Deutschen Bundestag gewählt am Dem Deutschen Bundestag Legislaturperiode : — gehörten ebenfalls fünf türkeistämmige Abgeordnete an, und zwar drei von den Linken, eine von der SPD und eine von den Grünen.
Das Ergebnis einer repräsentativen Umfrage von Data-4U im Auftrag der Union Europäisch-Türkischer Demokraten UETD und des Zentrums für Migration und politische Wissenschaften der Hacettepe-Universität in Ankara HUGO nach der Bundestagswahl brachte hinsichtlich der türkeistämmigen Wähler für den Dies entspricht rund Dabei werden auch häufig Angehörige nicht-türkischer Ethnien der Türkei, wie zum Beispiel Kurden, einbezogen.
Der Begriff bezieht sich, so der Ansatz schon in frühen Verwendungen, normalerweise nicht auf eine Doppel- Staatsangehörigkeit oder eine doppelte ethnische Zugehörigkeit ein deutscher und ein türkischer Elternteil , sondern soll vielmehr die Tatsache widerspiegeln, dass Deutschland für die meisten dort lebenden Türkeistämmigen zum Lebensmittelpunkt geworden ist.
Die deutsch-türkische Flagge teilweise DeuTürk-Fahne genannt  ist eine deutsche Trikolore in Schwarz-Rot-Gold mit den türkischen Symbolen Halbmond und Stern.
Die Flagge hat keinen offiziellen Status, wurde in verschiedenen Medien aber immer wieder als Symbol für türkische Einwanderer und deren Nachkommen in Deutschland verwendet,  um deren Verbundenheit sowohl mit ihren türkischen Wurzeln als auch mit ihrer neuen Heimat Deutschland darzustellen.
So wurde die Flagge bereits auf einer Titelseite der Zeit benutzt. Da es keine festgelegten Vorgaben für die Flagge gibt, existieren verschiedene Varianten.
So können Halbmond und Stern auch goldfarben sein  oder auf einer roten Scheibe im Zentrum der Trikolore ruhen. In diesem Artikel oder Abschnitt fehlen noch folgende wichtige Informationen: bislang wohl eine mehr zufällige Auswahl.
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