Al-Aqsa preacher claims Temple Mount, including the Western Wall, belong only to Muslims
Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida - Mar. 11, 2017

 
Headline: “More than 40,000 held Friday prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque plazas”

“More than 40,000 [Arab] citizens from Jerusalem and the 1948 territories (i.e., Israel) held Friday prayers at the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque plazas (i.e., the Temple Mount) today [March 11, 2017]…
Al-Aqsa Mosque preacher Ismail Nawahdah emphasized his opposition to the occupation’s law regarding banning the call of the Muezzin (i.e., the person who sings the Muslim call to prayer). He also emphasized that the occupier is striving with its laws and statements regarding banning the call of the Muezzin, and in its considering the Al-Aqsa Mosque as a holy site for Jews, ‘to turn the entire region into a center of religious conflict.’

In addition, he emphasized that ‘The Al-Aqsa Mosque and all that is around it is an Islamic waqf (i.e., an inalienable religious endowment in Islamic law), with all of its plazas, passageways, domes, walls, and what is underneath and above it, and only the Muslims have a right to it and no one else but them.’”

On Feb. 12, 2017, a bill to ban religious institutions from broadcasting over loudspeakers between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. was authorized by the Israeli Ministerial Committee for Legislation and is now pending parliamentary approval. The bill is intended to prevent noise pollution and is referred to by many as the "Muezzin Law," although it does not apply to any specific religion.
Other countries have already approved or attempted legislation for regulating the use of loudspeakers in mosques in order to limit noise pollution. These include India, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Bahrain, the United Emirates, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, France, the UK, Austria, Norway, and Belgium, and the US. The PA has also passed legislation regarding the use of loudspeakers in mosques in order to reduce noise pollution.