NYC Braces for Permit-Less Muslim Calls to Prayer Just in Time for 9/11 Anniversary

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As of September 5th in New York City, the Muslims will have free reign to broadcast their calls to prayer from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Fridays. No more need for permits and no restrictions on just how loud they can be. During Ramadan, they will also have free reign for calls to prayer during their month-long celebration of fasting and prayer.

Announced by leftist Mayor Eric Adams, he proclaimed, “Today we are cutting red tape and saying clearly if you are a mosque or house of worship of any kind, you do not have to apply for a permit to amplify your call to Friday prayer. You are free to live your faith in NYC.”

This kind of change coming just before 9/11 is just adding insult to injury for NYC residents and the families of the fallen NYPD and FDNY. Hearing these prayers echoing through the boroughs of NYC will not be a pleasant sound to many, and it will be a massive disturbance. Yet to do something for the woke, even the NYPD has been heard publicly backing this order. A gesture like this should not have been taken lightly.

For the families of the fallen, this should serve as a tipping point for knowing just how little New York City officials care about their memory. How deep the level of disrespect can get from officials who vowed never to forget is deafening.

As hard as this is to hear, their actions speak volumes, and they simply no longer care. Instead of remembering and honoring, they are forgetting and disrespecting.