Muslim prayer call ban blasted as 'an attempt to erase the religion'

Muslim prayer call ban blasted as 'an attempt to erase the religion'
 

The draft law, proposed by the Israeli government, has sparked outrage among Muslims who claim they are being discriminated against.
But Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claims the bill is not intended to suppress Islam, but aims to protect citizens from noise disturbance.
Coalition parties are expected to back the legislation, which would ban the prayer call from being broadcast at night and early morning.
Moni Aloleimi, 44, a Muslim originally from Jordan now living in Jaffa, Israel, described the bill as “an attempt to erase the religion”.
He added: “People can’t accept this. If there... read more

 
20 November 2016 in World News, Views: 61
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