They already do it three times a day, EVERYDAY, but that isn’t good enough for Muslim supremacists. Now, they are demanding that noise ordinance rules be changed, just for them, and to the eardrum-shattering disturbance of every non-Muslim in the city.
The Muslim Call to Prayer is symbolic of Islamic triumphalism. It declares Islam’s supremacy over all other religions. Considering that Muslims comprise only 3% of the population of Minneapolis, is it fair that the other 97% be subjected to this loud and offensive Muslim praying (audible from a 20-block radius) being blasted from high-powered amplifiers in some 2 dozen mosques 5 times a day, beginning at dawn and ending late at night?
The Daily Star Jaylani Hussein, director of the Minnesota chapter of designated terrorist group CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) says several mosques are already eager to push for permission to broadcast ALL 5 PRAYERS EVERYDAY and hope to see Minneapolis set an example for cities across the country.
“We want Muslims to fully exist here in America,” (No matter how uncomfortable we make it for non-Muslims in our midst) Hussein said, adding that the azaan is the “last piece to make this home. It’s incredibly important for Muslims to know their religious rights are never infringed upon.” (After all, Muslim supremacists don’t give a crap that everyone else’s right to peace and quiet are infringed upon)
The chant in Arabic blasted from rooftop loudspeakers, drowning out both the growl of traffic from nearby interstates and the chatter and clinking glasses on the patio of the dive bar that shares a wall with Minneapolis’ oldest Somali mosque.
This spring, Minneapolis became the first large city in the United States to allow the Islamic call to prayer, or azaan, to be broadcast publicly three times a day by its more than two dozen mosques.
Dar Al-Hijrah got a special permit to broadcast for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in spring 2020, when Minnesota was under a pandemic lockdown, so the faithful could hear the azaan from home, mosque director Wali Dirie said. Now it’s full-speed ahead in the whole damn city.
At Dar Al-Hijrah now, elders call the prayer three times a day, beginning at dawn, drawing youth like Mohamad Mooh, 17, who arrived just five months ago. He said he wishes the broadcasts were even louder like back in Somalia, where the early morning calls woke him up.
Ridden Aydemir aka the ‘Apostate Prophet,’ an ex-Muslim commentator on all things Islam, explains what you need to know about the Islamic Call to Prayer, that no Muslim will ever tell you:
“The Call to Prayer is a guttural blaring that is a war cry to let every “unbeliever” know Islam is superior to every other ideology and deserves special privilege. Just as “Allahu Akbar” is a declaration to unbelievers that “Allah is greater, and we’re about to show you just how much greater he is,” more and more Western cities are allowing the Call to Prayer to be blasted from large amplifiers five times a day, beginning at dawn.”
And if you have a dog, you better keep him in the house because the shrieking sounds of the Call to Prayer will hurt his ears: