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Israeli affairs, News

Arab-Israelis protest ‘mosque bill’


Hundreds of Arabs across Israel took to the streets Saturday to rally against attacks on  mosques and the so-called  ‘mosque bill,’ which aims to prohibit mosques from sounding public calls for prayer. The protesters carried signs reading: “We won’t agree to silence the Muezzin”, “A democratic state doesn’t attack freedom of religion” and “Transfer state.”

Ynetnews, Israel

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