Kerala Sunni federation calls for restrictive use of loudspeakers at mosques

The federation stated that use of loudspeakers should not cause nuisance to the public.

Written by Shaju Philip | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: September 9, 2015 4:24 pm
mosque loudspeaker, kerala mosque, mosque kerala The federation stated that use of loudspeakers should not cause nuisance to the public.

The Kerala Sunni Mahallu Federation, which has 8,000-odd mosque committees affiliated to it, has called for the restricted use of loudspeakers at mosques.

The federation, in its meeting held in Kozhikode the other day, stated that use of loudspeakers should not cause nuisance to the public. Its use should be limited for announcements and call to prayer. The faithful should keep away from actions that would affect the communal harmony. Issues should be handed in a well thought-out manner, said the federation general secretary and Muslim League supremo Panakkad Hyderali Shihab Thangal.

The federation directive was welcomed by various Muslim leaders.

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Jamaat-e-Islami leader Muhammed Karakkunnu said the call  to prayer from various mosques in a locality at different times would cause hardship to people of that locality. On such occasions, at least a section of non-Muslims would detest the name of the Prophet when they hear the call to prayer amplified on loudspeaker, he said.

The suggestion of the mahallu federation is very relevant in the present social scenario in Kerala.

All India Islahi Movement general secretary Hussain Madavoor said the suggestion would bring relief to the public. It would strengthen the secular culture. Only a mosque in a locality have to give the call to prayer through loudspeaker, he said.

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    sunny
    Sep 9, 2015 at 10:04 pm
    buy music system at u r house and listen to melodious songs
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      Deepi S
      Sep 9, 2015 at 6:37 pm
      Kerala muslims are slowly merging with the majority Hindus, we are really proud of these people. A day will come, this gesture will spread all over India and India will rerally become RAMA RAJYA, people living in harmony. Glad that Muslims here are against ISIS.
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        Caamano
        Sep 9, 2015 at 8:41 pm
        Good decision. Temples should also reduce sound pollution
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          BharatK
          Sep 9, 2015 at 5:00 pm
          Allah is a dumb, he or she whatever, cannot hear without loud noise. And Allah also blood-thirsty, he cannot stay a day without human-blood. Loudspeackers must be banned on mosque-tops.
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            Sep 10, 2015 at 3:06 am
            A very good decision, one that needs to be taken by churches and temples also. The singing, the preaching, the chanting, etc. should be heard by those in the place of worship not by people miles away. My ams to those who have made this wise decision!
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