Israel: Adhan pollution unites Muslims and non-Muslims

ramadanmubarak1In December 2011, Benjamin Netanyahu, known for his acute hatred towards Muslims, threw his support behind the so-called Muezzin Law, propsed by MK Anastassia Michaeli which declared that Muslim daily five-times calls (Adhan) for prayers on loudspeakers were major source of pollution in the Zionist entity.

Last month, the Israeli Knesset passed the preliminary reading of the bill.

Naturally, the bill has angered Muslims and even Christians who fear that it could apply to church bells too. However, the country’s health minister Yaakov Litzman’s opposition to the bill surprised not only Netanyahu but the oppressed Native Muslims and Christians living in Israel.

Yaakov Litzman, an Orthodox Jew, fears that in the future the Devil worshipping Zionist Jew could apply the bill to silence the sirens that blare the announcement of the onset of Jewish Shabbat on every Friday evening.

Arab Knesset member Ahmed Tibi, deputy Speaker and leader of the Arab Movement for Change party, or Ta’al  – in order to show his anger at the Zionist religious intolerance  – called Adhan in the Jewish parliament while the racist Jewish MKs tried to shout him down (watch below).

MK Ahmed Tibi, a secularist Arab politician, is very proud of his Palestinian heritage. In January 2014, he stormed out Knesset during Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper’s speech – calling Harper a poodle of Zionism.

That democracy of Israel is a selective democracy, ethnic democracy. Canada is a democracy and people are equal without relation to their ethnic background. Here, there’s a problem with that,” Tibi told Evan Solomon, host of CBC News Network’s Power & Politics later.

MK Ahmed Tibi has called Netanyahu’s ally Donald Trump, a neo-Nazi.

Trump called to ban Muslims from entering the United States. In the Zionist entity, there is already a law banning Muslims from immigrating – the so-called Law of Return which gives that right to Jews alone. Even Palestinians who were born here but fled, or whose families lived here for generations upon generations, are forbidden from returning.

MK Ayman Odeh, chairman of the List Party (a group of three Arab parities) gave his blessing to this Muslim-Jewish-Christian cooperation. Odeh was born into a Muslim Palestinian family but claims he is secularist nationalist. On January 25, 2016, the US-based  Jew Yorker Magazine declared Ayman, A Palestinian Israeli Leader for Peace.

Does Adhan creates pollution? Maybe the following help to calm down paranoids like Netanyahu, Trump, and Narendra Modi.

Adhan is an integral part of the Muslim prayer. Without an Adhan the Namaz (prayer) cannot be started. Of course there is no compulsion to call out the Adhan on the loudspeaker. But the Adhan actually serves a purpose and is not there only because it is a part of the tradition. The time for certain namaz vary by a minute every third to fourth day. Also the maghrib namaz (prayer at sunset) starts immediately after the Adhan. Most farz namaz (obligatory prayers) last for as little as 10 minutes. Therefore without a system to let the people know that the namaz has started in the mosque, it would be quite hard to guess the starting time and people would end up missing it completely or join in late. Remembering the time of namaz doesn’t help since it’s highly unlikely that all our clocks show the same time accurate to the minute. This coupled with the fact that different mosques might follow different times for namaz makes the presence of an alerting system all the more necessary.

One response to “Israel: Adhan pollution unites Muslims and non-Muslims

  1. Of course Satan’s little helpers don’t like hearing Azthan. The Azthan which is an invitation to worship & Love the Divine exclusively is like a curse to these devil worshippers like Satanyahu & his Hellish cohorts

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