“You know what the call is? The call is to come and pray to God,” he said. “The Jews don’t want to hear this? Tell me why.”One answer is: "In tense times, the call feels threatening... It’s like they’re trying to get inside your head."
Another is the high amplification, especially in the early morning: "The mosques would put their speakers right up near the homes of Jewish people and wake them up." That quote is from Motti Yogev, a member of parliament from the pro-settler Jewish Home party, who observes that in the old days there was only unamplified singing from the minarets (or knocking on doors): If it's okay to use modern equipment in the call to prayer, why not use phone apps and alarm clocks?