Germany's highly circulated weekly magazine, Der Spiegel, is for the first time ever distributing an issue with a Turkish title. In addition to titling the periodical's 26th volume "Boyun Eğme" (Do not Surrender), the magazine is also issuing a 10-page supplement on the Gezi Park protests in Turkish. The magazine's Publication Manager Assistant, Klaus Brinkbaeumer commented on the report by stating, "We wanted to show that the events in Turkey effect Turks, Germans, Europeans and everybody."
It will be distributed in Turkey
Der Spiegel, which has caught flack in the past for publishing controversial covers regarding Turks and Muslims, and has offended the families of the neo-Nazi NSU murder victims through false reporting. The magazine has also inferred that the large numbers of Turks residing in Germany "were the least harmonious".