Prank made by two young people in Rize

When the joke they made 10 minutes after the iftar was shared before the iftar, they got a reaction.

The images shared by two young people in Rize by turning on the call to prayer from the balcony and people sitting on the beach eating, drew reaction on social media. Erdogan Kazdal, one of the young people who shot the video, explained that they took the footage ten minutes after the iftar and said that they were misunderstood.

Two young people in Rize wanted to make a joke to the citizens who broke their fast in the gazebos on the beach in order to shoot a video for social media.

The young people who opened the call to prayer from the balcony of their houses with a sound bomb 10 minutes after the performance, recorded these images and shared them on their social media accounts as “We made a prank on the call to prayer in Rize 10 minutes after iftar”.

However, those who saw the image shared the same image as “They made people break their fast 10 minutes before iftar”. This sharing caused trouble for the young people.

The ‘iftar joke’ video shared on social media drew a reaction. The ‘iftar joke’ video shared on social media drew a reaction.

Expressing that their aim is for the citizens who broke their fast 10 minutes ago to think, “What is this prayer now”, the young people gathered all the reactions because of the joke they made. The young people, who were on the agenda on social media, started their efforts to reach everyone who shared one by one to explain the situation.

“THEY SHARED LIKE BEFORE IFTAR”

In the shared video, 17-year-old Erdogan Kazdal, who was reading the call to prayer on his phone, said that they shot the video 10 minutes after the iftar and they were misunderstood.

Kazdal said, “After we ate our iftar meal, we went out to the balcony to joke with people. We opened the call to prayer on the phone. We opened the call to prayer at 18.51, we were shooting this video at 19.02. So we wanted to do it as a joke, the incident was misunderstood. We called the prayer, people said, ‘What is this? “Now,” he said.

POLICE TEAMS WARNED

Kazdal added that after the video was quickly shared, it caused reactions and that the police teams warned them, “She got angry. My family was not at home, they had gone to the village. What happened, why did you do such a thing, they got angry. The police came and they asked us, ‘Why did you do such a thing?’ We told the police that the incident had suddenly taken on different dimensions. They also warned us,” he said.

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