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Biography of Ahmad Al Ajmi
Ahmed Ali Al Ajmi is a Qur'an reciter from Khobar, an eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He was born February 24, 1968.
After graduating from Mohamed Ben Saud Islamic University, Ahmed Al Ajmi flew to Pakistan where he enrolled in Lahore Public University to prepare a Master and then a Doctorate in Quran Interpretation. His thesis was entitled Minnat Al Aliy Al Kabir Fi Charh Toroq Attafsir (a study of interpretation means).
Cheikh Ahmed Ajmi is one of the most outstanding reciters in the world. He first led prayers in 1984 (1404 Hijri) in Al Moghira Ben Chooba Mosque and then in the Great Mosque of Khobar in 1985. He was recruited as Imam to Al Amir Mohamed Ben Fahd Mosque in Khobar in 1992. Ahmed Al Ajmi is currently leading prayers Jeddahs Holy Mosque.
Ahmed Al Ajmi is married and has six childrens : Abullah, Omar, Fatima, Mariem, Modi and Abdurahmane.
Ahmed Ajmi is living with his family in Alorqobia, Khobar (Saudi Arabia).
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