Double-standard for loud sunrise bells
Case in point: A mosque in NYC has started upping the volume on its sunrise call to prayer--one of the five times a day this is played. Locals say this can be heard five or six blocks away, which would seem to make it pretty loud for those living within a couple of blocks.
NYC has an anti-noise ordinance, and churches aren't allowed to ring their chimes before 9 a.m. or so. But when the source of the noise is ISLAMIC, the city takes no action at all.
One wonders why there are different standards for different religions.