تظاهرات فلسطينية حاشدة ضد قانون “حظر الأذان” بالأراضى المحتلة

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تظاهرات فلسطينية حاشدة ضد قانون “حظر الأذان” بالأراضى المحتلة
An Arab Israeli boy holds placards as he marches in the northern Arab town of Kabul, 14 kilometres southeast of Acre, during a demonstration against a planned Israeli legislation that would quieten mosques, on March 11, 2017. ''The law to silence the call to prayer won't pass'' Israel's parliament gave preliminary approval on March 8 to two controversial measures that would limit calls to prayers from mosques, including one prohibiting the use of loudspeakers at all hours, after shouting matches between lawmakers. / AFP / AHMAD GHARABLI
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تظاهرات فلسطينية حاشدة ضد قانون “حظر الأذان” بالأراضى المحتلة
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تظاهر آلاف العرب الإسرائيليين، السبت، فى بلدة كابول العربية فى شمال  إسرائيل احتجاجا على مشروع قانون قد يحد أو يحظر استخدام مكبرات الصوت للأذان فى المساجد بالقدس، حسب ما نقل مراسل فرانس برس.

وحمل نحو 300 متظاهر لافتات كتبوا عليها “لن تسكت المآذن، الآذان هويتنا” و”قانون منع الآذان لن يمر”، وساروا فى وسط البلدة وهم يحملون أيضا الأعلام الفلسطينية.

وكان البرلمان الإسرائيلى صوت فى اقتراع تمهيدى الأربعاء على مشروعى قانون خلافيين، الأول يدعو إلى منع الآذان عبر مكبرات الصوت خلال الليل، والثانى يدعو إلى منعه بالكامل فى المناطق المدينية.

  والعرب الإسرائيليون فى إسرائيل هم المتحدرون من الفلسطينيين الذين لم يغادروا منازلهم لدى إعلان دولة إسرائيل عام 1948 وبقوا داخل الخط الأخضر.

وهم يمثلون حاليا 17،5 % من سكان اسرائيل وغالبيتهم الساحقة من المسلمين.

Arab Israelis march in the northern Arab town of Kabul, 14 kilometres southeast of Acre, during a demonstration against a planned Israeli legislation that would quieten mosques, on March 11, 2017.  Israel's parliament gave preliminary approval on March 8 to two controversial measures that would limit calls to prayers from mosques, including one prohibiting the use of loudspeakers at all hours, after shouting matches between lawmakers. / AFP / AHMAD GHARABLI

Arab Israelis march in the northern Arab town of Kabul, 14 kilometres southeast of Acre, during a demonstration against a planned Israeli legislation that would quieten mosques, on March 11, 2017. Israel’s parliament gave preliminary approval on March 8 to two controversial measures that would limit calls to prayers from mosques, including one prohibiting the use of loudspeakers at all hours, after shouting matches between lawmakers. / AFP / AHMAD GHARABLI

Arab Israelis march in the northern Arab town of Kabul, 14 kilometres southeast of Acre, during a demonstration against a planned Israeli legislation that would quieten mosques, on March 11, 2017. The writing in Arabic reads: ''Our mosques won't be silenced'', ''the call to prayer is stronger'' Israel's parliament gave preliminary approval on March 8 to two controversial measures that would limit calls to prayers from mosques, including one prohibiting the use of loudspeakers at all hours, after shouting matches between lawmakers. / AFP / AHMAD GHARABLI

Arab Israelis march in the northern Arab town of Kabul, 14 kilometres southeast of Acre, during a demonstration against a planned Israeli legislation that would quieten mosques, on March 11, 2017. The writing in Arabic reads: ”Our mosques won’t be silenced”, ”the call to prayer is stronger” Israel’s parliament gave preliminary approval on March 8 to two controversial measures that would limit calls to prayers from mosques, including one prohibiting the use of loudspeakers at all hours, after shouting matches between lawmakers. / AFP / AHMAD GHARABLI

An Arab Israeli boy holds placards as he marches in the northern Arab town of Kabul, 14 kilometres southeast of Acre, during a demonstration against a planned Israeli legislation that would quieten mosques, on March 11, 2017. ''The law to silence the call to prayer won't pass'' Israel's parliament gave preliminary approval on March 8 to two controversial measures that would limit calls to prayers from mosques, including one prohibiting the use of loudspeakers at all hours, after shouting matches between lawmakers. / AFP / AHMAD GHARABLI

An Arab Israeli boy holds placards as he marches in the northern Arab town of Kabul, 14 kilometres southeast of Acre, during a demonstration against a planned Israeli legislation that would quieten mosques, on March 11, 2017. ”The law to silence the call to prayer won’t pass” Israel’s parliament gave preliminary approval on March 8 to two controversial measures that would limit calls to prayers from mosques, including one prohibiting the use of loudspeakers at all hours, after shouting matches between lawmakers. / AFP / AHMAD GHARABLI

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