Muslims are in Diaspora in Germany and the following three hypotheses are analyzed in this master thesis: Firstly, a good integration concept can only be implemented based on two levels: on the one hand, integration on the micro level (the Muslim as a person) on the other hand, on a macro level (the religious level of the Islam). The micro level deals with the existing integration deficits and the settling of these issues. On the macro level, the Islam should be recognized as a partner for solving potential conflicts (Islamic radicalization and phobia). Secondly, a better integration of Muslims and the Islam would lead to a better relationship between Germans and Muslims who live in Germany. Thirdly, the main actor for this integration process is the German government that launches certain initiatives. Methodically, scientific papers respectively empirical studies, manifestos, party platforms and news are analyzed. The results are that the integration of the Islam is absolutely essential. Thereby, islamistic and islamophobic potentials can be reduced. This leads to a better life of the individual Muslim. The German government has broken new ground with the duality of the National Integration Plan and the German Islam Conference. Therewith, the German government sets certain initiatives that are respectively will be implemented federally and municipally.