I live next door to the largest set of speakers (and the biggest Amp known to man) which are, in turn, attached to the local Mosque. I am awoken at 0530hrs every morning by the Call to Prayer and then have to listen to it another 3 times. Don't get me wrong, I can normally stand the subdued tones of a strangled cat , but during the holy month of Ramadan, the calls have been excessively loud and have gone on far too long in my opinion......... During Ramadan, Islam prohibits the eating of food, drinking of water or smoking of Tabs during the hours of daylight. Obviously I haven't been following this, but thought I'd like to contribute in some way..... show a bit of solidarity and all that. I decided that upon hearing the call to prayer 4 times a day, I would log on to a particularly depraved website and throw myself round the room for a while. It's been a month now and thankfully Ramadan is over and Eid is here and I can go back to my normal 10 times a day. Am I morally wrong (or just sick) ????????? (and before anyone says it - I am not racist, I just think the tune, beat, harmony, vocals and rhythm of the call to prayer are a little 'off' the mark â Pete Waterman wouldnât touch them!) .