Eastern Leipzig, the area around Eisenbahnstraße, has always been a traditional working-class quarter. After German reunification in 1990, this neighbourhood has been tremendously affected by structural and demographic change. Many people of Turkish and Arab descent have settled here and inspirit the quarter with their manifold ways of lives and cultures. Something new and special has emerged in this neighbourhood, and despite some problems it could even set a role model for Leipzig itself. In a process of growing tolerance, ethnic diversity could prove enriching for coexistence for all inhabitants. In 2011, I made those aspects of integration in everyday life, as well as religious Islamic highlights the topic of my work.