The Conservatives and Danish People's Party have called on Danish schools to discuss the controversial publication of caricatures of prophet Muhammad.

Schoolchildren should be taught about the crisis caused by controversial prophet Muhammad cartoons that angered many Muslims and was behind recent attacks in Europe, two conservative Danish opposition parties said Friday.

"The cartoon crisis, the Charlie Hebdo killings and the latest terrorist attack in Copenhagen on February 14 are such an important part of history they should have a permanent place on the school curriculum," Conservative People's Party spokeswoman Mai Mercado wrote in Jyllands-Posten.

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