Istanbul Clanging Pots Call Hundreds of Thousands to Gezi

At precisely 9 o’clock last evening, the din of spoons on pots began to rise from the houses and businesses that ring Istanbul’s Taksim Square. The noise grew during the quarter-hour that followed, weirdly mimicking the amplified calls to prayer that echo through this mostly Muslim city several times each day.

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