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Le portail allemand "Qantara : dialogue avec le monde islamique" a pour objectif de promouvoir l'information, les échanges et le dialogue interculturels avec le(s) monde(s) musulman(s). Il présente des articles d'actualité sur les pays arabes et sur la situation des musulmans en Europe, notamment en Allemagne.

Les rubriques (Politique, Société, Culture, Galerie de photos et Courrier des lecteurs) sont accessibles par une série d'onglets. Une rubrique particulière intitulée "Dialogues" est alimentée de manière originale par un échange de lettres entre deux spécialistes du domaine sur un thème donné ; ce qui donne par exemple, un "dialogue" entre Emran Qureshi, journaliste et spécialiste de l'Islam et des droits de l'Homme et Heba Raouf Ezzat, activiste féministe et maître de conférences en sciences politiques sur le sujet : la chari'a et les droits de l'Homme sont-ils compatibles ?

Il est difficile de décrire ici tous les sujets politiques, culturels et religieux abordés par le portail tant l'information y est foisonnante, l'onglet "Thèmes" comportant trois filtres : par sujet, par auteur et par pays, vous aidera dans votre navigation. Le site dispose également d'un moteur de recherche.

Qantara a été développé par le Centre fédéral pour la culture politique, la chaine de télévision allemande Deutsche Welle, l'Institut Goethe et l'Institut pour les relations culturelles extérieures. Il est financé par le Ministère allemand des Affaires étrangères.

Le portail est présent sur les réseaux sociaux (Facebook, Twitter et Google +"). Un fil RSS et une newsletter vous permettront d'être averti de la publication des articles.

Le site peut être consulté en langues anglaise, allemande et arabe.

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Annick Richard, « Qantara », Aldébaran, Portails thématiques, [En ligne], mis en ligne le 31 mai 2016 14h10. URL : consulté le 29 mai 2017.

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