Funen Police are investigating the destruction of up to 60 tombstones in a Muslim cemetery in Odense.
A 35-year-old man was arrested on Sunday for allegedly attempting to set fire to a building used by the Islamic Society in Denmark.
The graves of up to 50 Danish Muslims were vandalized late on Friday and some politicians are accusing the police of not taking it seriously.
A Danish court has ordered a culinary school to pay around $6,000 in damages to its Muslim student after a woman was required to taste pork as part of her studies.
Member of Danish Parliament, Martin Henriksen (DF), urges the minister to consider forced removal of children from their homes if parents are members of Hizb ut-Tahrir or ‘adherents of Islamism’.
A Danish teaching association wants controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to be included in school textbooks, it’s reported.
A 15 year old Muslim boy was forcibly removed from his parents in Aarhus, Denmark and placed with criminals due to fear of him being ‘radicalised’ by his father.
A political majority is calling on the nation’s public prosecutor office (Rigsadvokaten) to explore the possibility of banning the pan-Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir, which is already banned in neighbouring Germany and a number of other countries including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, Russia and China.
Due to increased Islamophobic attacks in Denmark, a group of brothers in Denmark has set up a hotline for sisters who can call the number and have a group of brothers arriving within few minutes in all parts of Copenhagen.