Egyptian junta trying to neutralize mosques
The Egyptian coupist management began to change the names of the mosques following the ban on the sermons with loudspeakers for 10 minutes.
The Egyptian coup management, headed by the coupist Abdul Fattah el-Sisi, continues its work to neutralize the mosques in the country.
In a written statement made by the junta management, names of 516 mosques have been changed throughout the country was said.
It was learned that Rabiatul Adeviyye mosque, which witnessed bloody intervention by junta regime following the military coup in 2013, was renamed as the mosque of mercy.
The junta administration had previously banned the use of loudspeakers outside for the Taraweeh prayers and restricted sermons to no more than 10 minutes.