Muslims who have already lived in Germany for a while are better integrated than Muslims in other European countries, according to a study released by the Bertelsmann Foundation on Thursday. But the study revealed some weaknesses in integration, too.
The study called "Integrated, but not accepted?" compared the situations of Muslims who came to Germany, Switzerland, Austria, France and Great Britain before 2010. Categories for assessment included language skills, education, work and social contact.
Germany came out on top in a few categories, including the integration of Muslim immigrants into the labour market and low unemployment.