Why Expats Like Hearing the Call to Prayer in the UAE
"While trawling through UAE Internet forums to discover who people should talk to when the call to prayer from their mosque is too loud, it became apparent that expats and visitors overwhelmingly appreciate hearing the Call to Prayer (azaan).
In raising the matter expats were swift to recognize raising the matter to be a sensitive issue and repeatedly made the comment that “the last thing I want to do is to cause offence to anybody.”
“I love hearing the call to prayer. I think we must be fortunate as the mullah is quite musical to my ear.”
Promises I shall keep:
"Since that day i have witnessed unity from all Jordanians, i didn’t witness it on the ground. I saw it on my screen, on twitter and facebook. A lot of initiatives have been created and they’re all coming out with lot’s of success which shows clearly how united we are and how we don’t just love our country blindly. How we all want what is best for it."
"In Lebanon everybody complains about scooter, they’re noisy, annoying, their riders don’t respect any law what’s so ever, they go the wrong way, they ride on the side walk, they wave in and out of traffic and if you hit them with your car , it’s your fault."