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Outrage in Denmark

Fiona Crack | 12:52 UK time, Monday, 10 April 2006

Today we return to Denmark to see how Danish society and businesses have coped with the fallout since the cartoons controversy two months ago. In another twist, a new TV series dedicated to exploring the faultlines exposed, particularly between the Muslim and non-Muslim population, has itself become the centre of controversy.

Aasma Abdol Hamid sits as one of the two presenters grilling a series of guests about the issue. She also happens to be a Muslim Dane and the first TV host to wear a headscarf - something that has outraged one or two Danish womens groups.

We will be talking to Aasma and one of her critics, Vibeke Manniche this eveing. If you are Danish and would like to have your say, please email us using the form.


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