The break of dawn blood-chilling daily call-to-prayer, amplified no less, is a violation of our individual rights. It is harassment and supremacist. This is not Istanbul. And New York City has more restrictions on quality of life issues than most major cities. Discos, nightclubs, etc. all have to adhere to noise regulations, etc.
Despite far exceeding the city’s noise control and EPA regulations, these mosques are not fined or forced to lower the piercing caterwaul. But an Orthodox Jewish synagogue in Williamsburg was fined for a once-a-week alarm heralding the arrival of Shabbos.
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Islamic call to prayer in Brooklyn is among things New Yorker’s hate most about the city
By Creepy Sharia, November 26, 2018:
The Post rummaged through the last eight years of complaints to the city’s 311 hotline — 19,038,027 gripes — and found they painted an intimate portrait of the city’s neighborhoods.
The city launched the hotline in 2003 to field grievances about everything from harboring bees to blaring TVs. Every day, 1,755 categories and subcategories of complaints in the online 311 database are automatically updated by the city’s Department of Information Technology.
A Post analysis of the 311 data by ZIP code not only revealed what New Yorkers love to hate, but where they hate it most:
A noisy mosque
No moments of silence
Cypress Hills, Brooklyn, should pray for peace and quiet. The 11208 ZIP code had the most complaints about noise from a house of worship, with 403. More than half of the complaints list the address of a mosque, Masjid-Al-Aman, where an imam issues a lyrical call to prayer five times a day via a loudspeaker that reaches a 20-block radius, according to Gothamist.
But the top address for complaints about a noisy house of worship come from a Hindu temple in Queens, with 287. The temple’s president blames the ruckus on a neighbor blaring Nation of Islam speeches through his window across 110th Street, The New York Times reported.
Also on the list:
Queens is king when it comes to parking complaints. The borough’s 11385 ZIP code in Ridgewood and Glendale is tops in the city for complaints of illegal parking, with 17,472. Bay Ridge in Brooklyn’s 11209 ZIP code is next with 13,543.
Citywide, New Yorkers complained about drivers ignoring no-parking signs 188,976 times, more than any other type of illegal-parking complaint. Blocked hydrants followed, with 158,252 complaints.
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