Saleh Al-Talib

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Saleh bin Muhammed bin Ibrahim Al-Talib is a judge of the high court in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.[citation needed] He became an Imam in the year 1423 AH (ca. 2002).[citation needed]

Early life and ancestry[edit]

Saleh bin Mohammed bin Ibrahim bin Mohammed bin Nasser Al-Taleb, from the town of Hotat Bani Tamim.[citation needed] He has two sons (Hisham and Abdul Majid) and two daughters.[citation needed] Saleh was born in Riyadh in 1972. He also used to recite the Qur'an to some of the scholars before 1400 AH and he participated in da'wah (preaching of Islam) in Saudi Arabia and abroad.[citation needed]