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Broadcast of prayer calls on loudspeakers is a shameless infringement

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Dec 27, 2016 at 02:22

Dear Dr Pipes,

A sociopath is a person who has no sense of shame and does whatever he wants to do irrespective of others opinion. I have been to many cities in India where Islamic calls for prayers are broadcast on loudspeakers at all sorts of hours. I consider this a shameless behavior on the part of those who do it. I cannot believe that a community in Arkansas has gotten permissions to do it in teh USA. It is shameful.

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