Sami folds his hands behind his back and stares at the floor. He doesn’t look at the person across from him. Sami is convinced he’s a victim. A victim of the state, a victim of the system, a victim of the majority society. For the last few months, Sami has been an inmate of a Hessian prison. And Sami is Muslim. He tries to ignore the fact that he is not imprisoned because of his faith, but because of a serious act of violence. He keeps away from non-Muslim detainees and prison staff. A few weeks ago he joined a group of fellow believers. Since then, not only his belief in true Islam has grown, but also his belief that German majority society is systematically persecuting Muslims – and that he has to fight back.