Source: BBC News
Immigration has become the central battleground in the Danish parliamentary election, which takes place on Tuesday.
Denmark's relations with the Muslim world reached crisis point in 2005 over a Danish newspaper's publication of Prophet Muhammad cartoons.
The leader of the opposition Social Democrats, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, proposes to relax restrictions on asylum seekers.
The centre-right Prime Minister, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, warns that such a move could turn Denmark into "a magnet for refugees".
Strict immigration policies have been at the heart of his government's programme since 2001.