So, after the terrorist attack on a seminar on free speech in Copenhagen came a terrorist attack on a Jewish target there - just like in Paris - probably by the same man (now shot dead after opening fire on police).
According to the BBC News website though, "It was not immediately clear whether or how the shootings may have been connected.", Hmm.
The Daily Mail is less circumspect: Free speech and Jews under attack again: Major manhunt in Copenhagen after two men are killed and five wounded in 'jihadi' gun assaults on blasphemy discussion then synagogue in chilling echo of Paris terror.
The equivalent Sky News website article divides its coverage of the attacks between the attack on the synagogue and the seminar, including reaction from the Danish Jewish community. The BBC article, in contrast, gives over only a small proportion of its article to attack on the synagogue.
The BBC article, however, tells us that the gunman shot overnight comes from the district of Norrebro, which is (in the BBC's words) "a predominantly immigrant district of Copenhagen". It doesn't go into details. The district has its own Wikipedia entry though, which tells us:
The largest minority groups of people living in Nørrebro are Arabs, Turks, Pakistanis, Bosnians, Somalians and Albanians.
In other words, predominantly Muslim immigrants.