The organization claims that all Muslims in Denmark are members, regardless of whether or not they have declared themselves as members. (as of 2005, there are about 180,000 Muslims in Denmark). The organisation arranges weekly prayers on Fridays, which are regularly attended by over 500 people.
Laban's likely successor, Mostafa Chendid, has raised considerable public controversy in Denmark due to his belief that Muslim and non-Muslim women alike should wear a veil, also claiming about five to ten percent of all men cannot control themselves when faced with unveiled women. He also stresses that the veil serves as a signal that women are "not for sale", and that it protects them against rape.