Member of Israeli Knesset Anastasia Michaeli, from’s Yisrael Beiteinu party submitted a bill of a law that forbids using loudspeakers to call for the prayers in mosques in Israel,israeai sources said.
The proposed bill will make it illegal to call for the prayers and anyone who violate the new law will be fined or serve jail time.
Acording to PNN ,During Michaeli's visit to Nazareth city Michaeli said that she support freedom of worship but this freedom must not affect the “quality of life of thousands of Jews and Arabs that, as she called it “suffer every day”.
Calles for prayers is part of the Muslim tradition. The calls are made to announce the prayers five times a day. In Europe such ban drew wide range criticism by human right groups.
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