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Topic - Chalid Durmosch
Reverence, joy, protests and anger: Pope Benedict XVI's first state visit to Germany, which wrapped up Sunday, left very few Germans indifferent.
The pope also met with five Germans abused by priests and said afterward he was "moved and shocked."
The meeting "allowed us to experience the similarities the two religions have," said Chalid Durmosch, founder of the youth organization Lichtjugend, which works with Muslim children in Berlin.