A Palestinian member of parliament raised ‘azan’ within the Knesset (Israeli parliament) to protest a controversial invoice which, if handed, would bar mosques from utilizing loudspeakers for delivering name to prayer (azan) in occupied East Jerusalem.
Ahmad Tibi, member of the Knesset, raised the azan throughout his speech within the parliament and mentioned the proposed invoice demonstrated the Israeli authorities’s ‘Islamophobia’. One other member Taleb Abu Arar additionally began the azan and went on to finish it, regardless of makes an attempt by the opposite members of the parliament to cease him.
The proposed invoice has drawn criticism from numerous circles, with many Palestinians calling it a blatant violation of their freedom to worship.
Earlier, Palestinian presidential spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeineh warned that the invoice would escalate battle within the area.
“The Israeli actions are fully unacceptable,” he mentioned in a press release. “The Palestinian management will go to the UN Safety Council and to all worldwide establishments to cease the escalating Israeli measures.”
In the meantime, Palestinian group Hamas described the invoice as “an outrageous provocation to the feelings of Muslims in every single place and unacceptable interference in worship and spiritual observe.”