That, too, is a paradox: The pressure would be no less intense even if not a single one of the refugees and migrants who arrived in 2015 were among the perpetrators. Regarding the situation on the square in front of the train station: "Women, accompanied or not, had to run a literal 'gauntlet' of heavily intoxicated masses of men of a kind that is impossible to describe." There were fears that "the situation we were confronted. But they are worried that right-wing movements like Pegida or populist parties like the AfD could become even more popular if the federal government is seen as being too soft on foreigners who commit crimes. A black-and-white view of the world takes hold and politicians promise swift, conclusive "solutions as if such a thing were possible. Chancellor Merkel and her confidants fear that it will only get more difficult to enforce their current refugee policy. But the short text was nevertheless quickly shared. Thus, this special issue of fiar also welcomes submissions from different disciplines such as history, sociology, media studies, cultural studies, literary studies, or art history that contribute to reflecting the variety of trends and discourses in society or culture with regard to the body. Is that what they call political correctness? Weikinnes, wrote: "What would have happened if 100 Pegida followers had raped 300 Muslims? A dozen gangs, roughly 10 to 15 people in size, have divided the neighborhood up amongst themselves and are increasingly terrorizing residents and tourists. In front of the stairs leading from the cathedral down to the train station, they had to squeeze past a large group of men. He watched as some of them aimed fireworks at others. One of the group's administrators thought it was the work of a troll and immediately deleted. Is it because many of the attackers this time around were migrants? Yet the inaccurate, exaggerated numbers have found their way into the global press. It was about the integration of foreigners, the danger of a societal split over the refugee question and a shift to the right in Germany.