The organization Stop the Islamization of Denmark (SIAD) decided to make an early morning wake up call to Mayor Joy Mogensen of Roskilde, and Bishop Peter Fischer Møller.
The Muslim call to prayer that was used at the mayor's address, took place at 5 in the morning, which is the time for the first call to prayer.
The reason why the call to prayer was used is because both people, with a big smile put the first spade in the ground at the construction site of the new mosque with minarets, Denmark's first, which in the future may be used for calls to prayer so that all of Roskilde can hear it.
- It is said that the minarets won't be used for calls to prayer, but the parliament has just rejected a proposal from the Danish People's Party (DF) that would prohibit using calls to prayer in Denmark. So, therefore, it's only a matter of time before the minarets will be used for what they are meant for: spitting out Muslim prayers, leader of the organization, Anders Gravers, writes on Facebook.
The local newspaper Roskilde Dagblad afterwards called the bishop, but he had heard nothing, he told the newspaper.
- He must have slept with earplugs.
SIAD promises that he will get to hear the call to prayer, so we will bring some larger speakers and visit him again, Anders Gravers says.
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