A recent survey suggests 61% of German Turks feel more Turkish than they do German. It raises questions about integration, identity and belonging, but it also shows a deepening divide within Turkish society in Germany.

A woman both a Turkish and German flag outside the Parliament building in Berlin, Germany.
A woman both a Turkish and German flag outside the Parliament building in Berlin, Germany. ( Reuters )

Footballer Mesut Ozil's recent decision to quit the German national team citing racism is still dominating headlines in Germany.  

The German-born Turk's statements have led to a nationwide debate on identity. 

TRT World's Assed Baig reports that for many German-Turks. their sense of belonging is an issue. 

Source: TRT World