With my series on Pop Islam, I want to offer the viewer a new and unknown view of German Muslims. The new generation of Muslims I consulted interpret Islam in their own way and they deal with the application of the basic and traditional tenets of the religion in an increasingly liberal manner. Like Aybüke Ergündüz, a 22-year-old student from Goslar, many other young adults are adapting their thinking and behaviour to modern, Western society. Women in particular consciously use this kind of rebellion as a sign of their opposition to the cliché of the subjugated woman. They no longer hide their skin behind full-length outfits, they dress up instead. But they still want to maintain connected to their religion. Pop Islam allows Muslim women to bring things together that are usually opposed: freedom, emancipation, self-determination and religion. “I’m both at once: German and Muslim”, Aybüke says proudly. It’s not an either/or situation.