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Islamic movement in warns of Israeli plan to turn volume down on Jerusalem minarets

The Islamic movement in occupied Palestine has denounced a proposal by the Israeli occupation authorities to turn down the sound of the call for prayer in the mosques of Jerusalem, including Al-Aqsa Mosque. The reason behind the plan is, apparently, because the illegal Jewish settlers “are disturbed”. The movement described the settlers’ claim as “the height of arrogance”.

In a statement, the movement’s spokesman added, “The Israeli establishment is reacting to the current events in the region, and now feels like a thief who knows that the owner of the house is on the way home.”


The statement confirmed that the call for prayer is one of Islam’s required rituals which cannot be compromised. In conclusion, the spokesman addressed the Israeli occupation authorities directly: “Beware, you oppressors, for no matter how tyrannical you get, God is greater than you and your injustice.”

It is said that the Israeli police in Jerusalem announced its intention to take technical measures to turn down the call for prayer coming from the mosques under the pretext of the nuisance it causes to the residents of nearby settlements.

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