LEARN QURAN ONLINE, Mohammed Siddiq Al-Minshawi

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 learn Quran Online with “Mohammed Siddiq Al-Minshawi” 

 If you want to learn Quran Online well,

you must listen to the Quran and one of the greatest sheikhs in Egypt

is the reciter Sheikh  Mohammed Siddiq Al-Minshawi”.

who is he

He is one of the prominent and famous figures in this field in the Islamic world
and one of the pioneers of recitation distinguished by his recitation and recitation.
Record the Quran recited with the narration of Hafs from Asim.
He was a reader in the Egyptian radio

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His birth and upbringing

Sheikh Mohammed was born in the city of Manshah in the Sohag Governorate
in the Arab Republic of Egypt, January 20, 1920

He completed the memorization of the Noble َQuran when he was eight years old.
Where he grew up in an ancient Quranic family that inherited the recitation of the Quran.
His father, Sheikh Siddiq Al-Minshawi, and grandfather Tayeb Al-Minshawi, his father
found all of them reciters of the Quran, and in his family there are many
who memorize the Quran and are good at reciting it,
including his brother Mahmoud Siddiq Al-Minshawi.
Also He was influenced by his father, from whom he learned the art of reciting the Noble َQuran.
This family became the pioneer of a beautiful, independent school in reciting the َQuran,
which we can call the “Minshaweya school”.

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Journey with Quran recitation

Also He left for Cairo with his uncle, the reciter Sheikh Ahmed al-Sayed,
and he memorized a quarter of the َQuran there in 1927.
Then he returned to his established town and completed the memorization and study
of the َQuran for sheikhs such as Muhammad al-Namaki, Muhammad Abu al-Ela
and Rashwan Abu Muslim, who was not paid for education. reading Quran

The Holy َQuran was recorded in its entirety in a recitation of its recitation,
as well as a َQuranic recitation on the Egyptian radio, and it also has a joint reading
of Al-Douri’s narration with the reciters Kamel Al-Bahimi and Fouad Al-Arousi.
He also has many recordings in Al-Aqsa Mosque, Kuwait, Syria and Libya.
The Quran was recited in the major mosques in the Islamic world,
such as the Grand Mosque in Mecca, the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina,
and the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. He visited a number of Islamic countries
such as Iraq, Indonesia, Syria, Kuwait, Libya, Palestine and Saudi Arabia.

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his life

Sheikh Al-Minshawi has a special imprint in the recitation, characterized by a humble voice with a tinge of sadness,
so Sheikh Muhammad Siddiq Al-Minshawi was nicknamed “the weeping voice.
” His journey began with the recitation by roaming with his father and uncle
between different evenings,
until he had the opportunity to read alone on a night in 1952 in Sohag Governorate,
and from here his name became hesitant around.

His reputation became well known and well received due to the sweetness of his voice,
beauty and singularity in that, in addition to his mastery of the stations of reading,
and his deep emotion with the meanings and words of the َQuran. Sheikh “Mohammed”received several decorations
from different countries, such as Indonesia, Syria, Lebanon and Pakistan.
He was at the head of Egypt’s readers in the fifties of the twentieth century,
along with readers such as Sheikh Abdul Basit Abdul Samad and other readers,
and also they are still to this day at the top of the readers because they had
the luster in their voice
that made them achieve the first ranks among the readers, the late Sheikh imam
So said about him Muhammad Metwally Al-Shaarawy:
“He and his four companions are recited; Others ride a boat and sail in the sea
of ​​the Noble َQuran, and this boat will not stop sailing until God – Glory be to Him – inherits the earth and those on it.”

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Illness and death

In 1966, he contracted esophageal varices, and despite his illness,
he continued to read the َQuran until he passed away on Friday, 5 Rabi’ al-Thani 1389 AH corresponding to June 20, 1969 CE.

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