1. Zoom out from eagle emblem, Germany's coat of arms, inside Bundestag to wide of parliament during minute of silence, followed by applause
2. SOUNDBITE (German) Angela Merkel, German Chancellor:
"People ask how to follow the often-repeated phrase that a murderer who kills in the name of Islam has nothing to do with Islam. I say clearly these are legitimate questions. I think it is important for the spiritual leaders of Islam to bring clarity to this question. I think it is urgent and no longer avoidable."
3. Cutaway of members of parliament (MPs) listening
4. SOUNDBITE (German) Angela Merkel, German Chancellor:
"We guarantee that Islam can be practiced freely within the German constitution and law. We fight any form of Islamist violence with the decisiveness of our constitutional state."
5. Cutaway of reporter
6. SOUNDBITE (German) Angela Merkel, German Chancellor:
"Jewish life belongs to us. It is part of our culture and identity. Discrimination and ostracism have no place in Germany."
7. Cutaway of cameramen
8. Tilt down from roof inside parliament to MP speaking
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that her country stood in solidarity with France following last week's attacks in Paris.
In an address to the German parliament, Merkel called on Islamic faith leaders to address the question of how "a murderer who kills in the name of Islam has nothing to do with Islam."
She said the German constitution and law protected the right of Muslims to practice their religion freely, but that the German state would continue to fight any form of Islamist violence.
Merkel also said that there was no place for discrimination against Jews in Germany and that Judaism was of Germany's culture and identity.
She was speaking during a session in which members of parliament held a minute of silence to remember the victims of the attack at the office of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket in Paris.
Germany is part of a US-led military coalition that has launched an air campaign against Islamic State group militants in Iraq and Syria in August 2014.