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
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.