Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais
Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais is one of the most popular Imams from Saudi Arabia. He was born on February 10, 1960, in the glorious city of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He has a family of 9 children, with Fahda Ali-Raouf as spouse.
Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais belongs to the Anazzah tribe of Saudi Arabia where Islam took spike in the 7th century.
Abdul Rahman is the man of religious beliefs. He has been stressing on invoking religious beliefs in young community. In 2003, Abdul Rahman condemned killing of non Muslims living in the Muslim world. Indeed, his preaching ensured minorities’ security with social, religious, and financial laws in place.
Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais had a bright mind in childhood. At the very age of 12, he had memorized the Holy Quran. In 1979, Abdul Rahman graduated from the Scientific Institution of Riyadh. He continued his studies, and obtained a degree in Sharia from the University of Riyadh.
In 1984, Abdul Rahman secured position as Imam in Masjid Al Haram, also known as the great Mosque of Mecca. As Imam, Abdul Rahman led prayers of enormous crowds around Kaaba.
Besides a religious scholar and Imam of Masjid Al Haram, Abdul Rahman’s recitation won the hearts of Islamic communities. Along with coverage from credible sources, his productions are made available on audio tapes, social media, and websites on the Internet.
Abdul Rahman won many awards and certifications. In 2005, he was honored with the name of Islamic Personality of the Year. In devotion to the Islam and Quran, the title was given by Dubai International Holy Quran, a Dubai’s government sponsored award for memorization of the Holy Quran.
Abdul Rahman also visited international Islamic forums. During the span of 2010 and 2012, he visited Pakistan, Malaysia, and Britain. Throughout his career, he preached about Islamic brotherhood, sympathy, and kindness to people in society.
Abdul Rahman also spoke against Anti Islamic forums. He clearly denied the concepts of Jews, Hindus, and Christians. According to sources, he was banned from conducting conferences in various countries, including United States and Canada.
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