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Thursday, September 17, 2009

GOOD! Marzel is taking up the fight I started a couple of months ago in Kiryat Arba -Hevron by going to the local council and giving them an ultimatum; high time. See "NOISE TORTURE, ARAB WEDDINGS" labels.

Hevron's Noisy War: Mosque Loudspeakers vs. Jewish Music

Elul 28, 5769, 17 September 09 01:38
by Maayana Miskin
( Hevron resident Baruch Marzel is sick of being disturbed by Muslim prayers, which are broadcast through loudspeakers atop the Tomb of the Patriarchs (Maarat Hamachpelah) and other local mosques five times a day. So the veteran Land of Israel activist has rented his own sound system and says he will play chassidic music 24 hours a day until his Muslim neighbors agree to turn down the volume while praying.
(PS: no need to rent a sound system: we could make our own for about $ 750 )
"They got money from Saudi Arabia to get a loudspeaker system just to make us miserable. I rented a powerful system and put on Carlebach every hour of the day. The [IDF] Civil Administration asked me to stop, I told them that when they stop I'll stop – and believe me, they'll stop," Marzel explained.
Local Arabs have filed a complaint over Marzel's music, with help from the pro-Arab organization Yesh Din. ( unbelievable Chutzpah on their part: the cacophony they do is simply unbearable)
Marzel said he welcomed the complaint. "I'm waiting for them to bring this complaint forward, to bring this up for public debate." However, he criticized Yesh Din for taking up the cause, calling members of the group "anti-Semites and traitors."
Loud chassidic music is an appropriate response to the Muslim muezzin, said Marzel, who said he was acting "measure for measure," a synomyn to the concept of an "eye for an eye." Marzel also complained about Muslim weddings in the Tomb of the Patriarchs, which he said often continue until 3 a.m., while Jews are asked to end their ceremonies by 11 p.m.
"This is the only way to put an end to Arab abuse of Jews. And it isn't just here – the muezzin bothers residents of Ramat Shlomo as well," Marzel said. Even residents of Tel Aviv hear the call to prayer blasting from the Hassan Bek mosque, he added, "but in Tel Aviv they don't want to impinge on the sanctity of Islam. So let them keep suffering."
"We will not suffer. We will fight back," he concluded.
A similar battle took place earlier in the year in the town of Kfar Veradim in the Galilee. Residents of the town took to playing loud classical music in response to noisy weddings in the nearby Arab village of Tarshiha.


Joel writes:
Shalom Daisy,
This piece really "resonates" with me Daisy. I was walking with a friend in Jaffa about 10 days ago and the local mosque began that hellish call to worship their moon god "allah". We were in an area of restaurants not far from the mosque and just that little bit of exposure was really more than I could stand. I hope the Jewish residents of Hevron give those evil Muslims no peace over this matter.
The more insults the Muslims heap on the Jews the worse it will be for them. Muslims understand and cower under force, so the idea of Jews siding with Muslims is just an abomination. May the Lord ultimately bring His wrath upon them as with their Muslim "friends".

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