The first Arabic-language television talk show in Germany aims to help foster the integration of refugees from Arab countries with a simple message: "Follow the rules!"

Germany is bracing itself for more than one million asylum seekers this year, and integration is a hot topic in a country where many feel the influx of mainly Muslim migrants could undermine German culture.

Seeking to tackle such concerns, "Marhaba" (hello in Arabic) is a 40-minute programme that will air on the private cable channel n-tv starting on Thursday. It will be presented in flawless Arabic by Constantin Schreiber, a blue-eyed, fair-haired and casually dressed German man.

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