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Concerns of ethnic bullying after housing board axes Christmas tree
A housing complex in the town of Kokkedal, north of Copenhagen, won't have its annual Christmas tree this year after its residents' association voted not to pay the 5,000 to 7,000 kroner the tree costs to buy and light during December.
The decision has become a nationwide scandal after it was revealed the board of Egedalsvænge has a Muslim majority that had three days previously spent 60,000 kroner on a party celebrating the Muslim holiday Eid.
The decision has angered Konservative MP Tom Behnke, who called the move intolerant.
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