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Watch a Moroccan imam imitate most famous Islamic cleric’s voice

Many Muslims prefer Sheikh Abdulrahman al-Sudais, the Imam of the Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia, and his reading of the Quran

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Just like politicians and celebrities, many Muslims around the world have their preferred and favorite Imam (Muslim cleric). Especially if that Imam or Sheikh is known for a distinct voice and mannerisms during prayer time.

For many, that is Sheikh Abdulrahman al-Sudais, the Imam of the Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia.

Moroccan preacher Yasin Kiswan was recently a guest on Al Arabiya News Channel’s religion program and imitated Sudais’ voice during a reading of a Quranic verse.

Kiswan told Al Arabiya that he was so impressed by Sudais’ voice that he grew up listening to it on a small radio day and night until he could master the same tone.

This article was originally published on AlArabiya.net.