Israel bill to limit Muslim call to prayer passes parliamentary first reading


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Source: Independent

Supporters say will improving the quality of life of people living near mosques while opponents say impinges on the religious freedom of Muslims

An Israeli law to limit the Muslim call to prayer from mosques has won preliminary approval though opponents have denounced the measure as racist. One of the bills would ban summons to worhsip via loudspeakers between 11pm and 7am, effectively banning one of the first of five daily calls emanating from the mosques a little before dawn.

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