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A Ramadan Playlist: 5 Beautiful Quran Reciters To Listen To

Ramadan is an especially beautiful month to spend some more time listening to the holy words of the Quran.

Ramadan is an especially beautiful month to spend some more time listening to the holy words of the Quran.

The beautiful month of Ramadan can be a special time to listen to some extra Quran and spend more time in worship.

The blessings of learning from, understanding, and appreciating all of the intricacies of the Holy Quran is something we should all strive for – and in an effort to help us all better love the words of Allah, here are just 5 of some of the most beautiful Quran reciters to listen to.

1. Sheikh Noreen Muhammad Sadiq

A Sudanese Quran reciter who was tragically killed in a car accident in 2020, his recitations of the Quran are some of the most beloved and beautiful today. Loved not just by Muslims across East Africa but across so much of the Muslim world, may his recitations continue to give him blessings even after his passing.

2. Omar Hisham Al Arabi

Known for his unique style of reciting the Quran, many have praised Omar Hisham for his heartful and beautiful recitations of the Holy Quran. One of his most-listened-to recitations of Surah Ar-Rahman is powerfully unique – and is a beautiful way of listening to the holy words of Allah.

3. Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz Al Sudais

One of the most renowned and well-known Quran reciters, Sheikh Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz Al Sudais is also one of the nine imams of the Grand Mosque Masjd al-Haram in Mecca, as well as the President of the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques.

4. Mishary Rashid Alafasy

Originally from Kuwait, Sheikh Mishary Rashid Alafasy is known not only for his Quran recitations but for his nasheeds as well. Another well-known and classic Quran reciter, his voice remains one of the most recognized throughout the Muslim world.

5. Abdel Basit Abdel Samad

Regarded as one of the best Quran reciters the world has seen, Abdel Basit Abdel Samad is an Egyptian reciter born in 1927. His recitation is considered classic, and is a tribute to the power of Quranic recitations in bringing together generations of Muslims.

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