UPDATED - Germany's immigration commissioner is Muslim, Her Brothers Support the Islamic Republic of Iran and Hizballah
Germany's immigration commissioner is Muslim
Aydan Özoğuz, Germany's Commissioner for Immigration, is a Turkish Muslim.
She became a German citizen in 1989.
According to her government website from 2004 to 2009 she was a member of the Board of Trustees of the Islamic-Science Education Institute ( IWB ) or Islamisch-wissenschaftlichen Bildungsinstituts.
During her university years, she was member of the Turkish Student Society in Hamburg, and served as its chairperson for two years.
Though born in Hamburg, her parents are Turkish. She is Turkish. She is also a Muslim.
UPDATE - "Her brothers Yavuz Özoğuz and Gürhan Özoğuz, both staunch and avowed admirers of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Hizballah, run the Islamist internet site Muslim-Markt. Aydan Özoğuz distanced herself from her brothers on their radical Islamist viewpoints in a newspaper interview in October 2011"