Source: BBC News
Danish diplomats to Muslim countries are preparing themselves for another wave of anti-Danish protests after the government announced it would bar judges from wearing headscarves and similar religious or political symbols in courtrooms.
Although the ban will include crucifixes, Jewish skull caps and turbans as well as headscarves, the move is seen as being largely aimed at Muslim judges.
It comes after pressure from the Danish People's Party (DPP), known for its anti-Muslim rhetoric.
Earlier this month, the party produced a widely published poster showing a female judge wearing an all-encompassing burka.
The accompanying text argues that a Muslim headscarf is more than just a feather-light piece of clothing. Rather, it suggests, it is a symbol of submission and tyranny.
The final line of text reads: "Give us Denmark back."
Critics have argued that the burka imagery is misleading as the head covering is already banned from Danish courtrooms.