Democratic Muslims in Denmark
Democratic Muslims (Danish: Demokratiske muslimer) is a political organization in Denmark founded by Naser Khader, Yildiz Akdogan and other Muslims in February 2006 after the escalation of the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy. Its goal is a peaceful co-existence of Islam and democracy. Its original name was Moderate Muslims, but they changed their name quickly after being founded.
- Ritzau: Ny formand for Demokratiske Muslimer Kristeligt Dagblad, (in Danish) 26 February 2007
- Naser Khaders ry bremser muslimsk forening (in Danish) Berlingske Tidende, 16 February 2009
- De demokratiske muslimer – hvor blev de af? Archived 2011-01-24 at the Wayback Machine. (in Danish), Sappho.dk, 13 January 2011
- Democratic Muslims homepage Dead link
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