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After all there was no minaret during muhammad's time and no loud speakers.,

Reader comment on item: The Swiss Ban on Minarets: A Possible Turning Point
in response to reader comment: People vs Minarets

Submitted by indian_kufr (India), Dec 1, 2009 at 05:11

In the deserts of Arabian peninsula it was impossible for minarets to survive since the climate was too hot and the building materials such as cement, mortar were rare in these deserts and the mostly and widely available material was sand and for transportation the camel. I think they were having only tents for homes as well as mosques during those times in the Middle east. So why they are so much crying for the minarets. Further they have to abandon this idea of group prayer in mosques on certain times and certain days that also only men that one day . ...


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