learn Quran Online with Abdel-Fattah Chachai
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 Abdel-Fattah Chachai
who is he
Sheikh Abdel-Fattah Chachai (March 21, 1890 – November 11, 1962)
An Egyptian Quran reader and one of the prominent figures in this field, born in Shashaa village, Menoufia Governorate.
His birth and upbringing
Sheikh Abdel Fattah Mahmoud Al Shasha’i was born in Shasha’a village in Menoufia on March 21, 1890 AD, and his father is Sheikh Mahmoud Ibrahim Al Shasha’i, and the village was named after his grandfather Shasha’i.
He memorized the NobleَQuran at the hands of his father, Sheikh Mahmoud Al Shasha’i in 10 years, and completed the memorization of theَQuran in 1900 CE.
After that, Sheikh Al-Shasha’i traveled to Tanta to seek knowledge from the Ahmadi Mosque, and to learn intonation and the principles of tajweed in the normal way. In order for the Sheikh to excel and distinguished himself with a sweet voice, the sheikhs advised him to travel to Cairo and join Al-Azhar Al-Sharif.
He joined Al-Azhar in 1914 AD and studied the readings there under the guidance of Sheikh Bayoumi and Sheikh Ali Subai’
He lived in the Al-Darb Al-Ahmar neighborhood, and his reputation began to be broadcast in Cairo among the legends of the state of recitation, such as Ali Mahmoud and Muhammad Refaat.
The beginning of Sheikh Abdel-Fattah Al-Shasha’i’s fame and real fame goes back to that distant evening on the closing night of the birth of Al-Hussein bin Ali (may God be pleased with him) when he entered to read with the greatest and most talented reciters at the beginning of the twentieth century, such as Sheikh Muhammad Refaat, Sheikh Ahmed Nada, Sheikh Ali Mahmoud and Sheikh Al-Isawy And Sheikh Muhammad Jadallah, and since that night his voice went out to the Islamic world and he had a place at the top, and he had followers and students, including Sheikh Mahmoud Ali Al-Banna, Sheikh Abu Al-Ainin Shu’isha and many others. Sheikh Al-Shasha’i was distinguished by the dew sound, intonation and intonation that takes you to a world of reverence and contemplation of the signs and kingdom of God. Some even described him as the master of the art of recitation in the era of the first generation of readers in Egypt and the Arab world. Al-Shasha’i’s opinion on the reciters of his generation The Sheikh had his own way of performing, and it was distinct from the rest of the reciters, however, he used to listen to the voices of Sheikh Muhammad Refaat and Ali Mahmoud, and he described them as professors and giants who do not repeat and consider that they are the owners of private schools in reading theَ Quran. and He described the reading of Sheikh Muhammad Rifaat (as a school that ended with the death of Sheikh Rifaat and will not be repeated)
Religious Tawashih Journey
Al-Shacha’i formed a religious Tawasheh group, with Sheikh Zakaria Ahmed in its lining, who later became famous. Soon Sheikh Abdel Fattah Al Shashaee began to shine and shine, and he had thousands of lovers, but the Tawasheh group did not satisfy Sheikh Al Shasha’i’s ambition
So he read at the funeral of Saad Zaghloul Pasha, Adly Yakan Pasha, and Tharwat Pasha, so he became the Shasha’i that we know now. Since the year 1930 AD, Sheikh Al-Shasha’i devoted himself to reciting the Nobleَ Quran and left the recitations forever. However, he did not forget his companions in the path, so he decided to allocate monthly salaries to them until their death
Sheikh Abdel-Fattah Al-Shasha’i joined the Egyptian radio when it was opened, and he was the second reader to read it in 1934 AD, after Sheikh Muhammad Rifaat, and although he refused to join the radio at first, he retracted that decision after the fatwa of Al-Azhar Sheikh Al-Zawahiri and the Sheikh’s acceptance I was raised to the radio show, and he was receiving an annual salary of 500 Egyptian pounds.
The reciter Sheikh Abdel Fattah Al-Shasha’i died on November 11, 1962 AD at the age of 72 years, which he spent in the service of the Nobleَ Quran. And he left his son, Ibrahim Al-Shasha’i, on his path, and he rose to prominence, and his fame spread across the horizons.