An Austrian court has fined Helmut Griese for ridiculing the beliefs of an Islamic family that lives near him. The family say Griese was yodeling one day as he did yard work while they were praying. Griese said he was just yodeling because he was in a good mood, but the neighbors said they thought he was mocking the Islamic call to prayer.
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