Ahmad bin Ali Al-Ajmi

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Ahmad Al-Ajmi
احمد بن علي العجمي
Born24 February 1968
NationalitySaudi
OccupationQari
Known forQuran recitation
ChildrenAbdullah, Omar, Fatima, Mariam, Moudhi and Abdulrahman

Sheikh Ahmad Al-Ajmi (Arabic: الشيخ أحمد بن علي بن محمد آل سليمان العجمي) is a Saudi quran reciter and imam. He is a known qari of the Quran.[1]

Life[edit]

Ahmad Al-Ajmi attended elementary school in the Al-Mohammadiya School in southern Khobar, went to middle school in Al-Zubair bin Al-Awwam Middle School, went to high school in Khobar Highschool in Khobar (specifically Madinat Al-Umal مدينة العمال) and after finishing high school, he went to Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University and graduated with a bachelor's degree in sharia.

He married a woman from the Al-Badran family and has six children.

Ethnicity[edit]

Sheikh Al-Ajmi is Arab and not Ajami. His surname indicates that he belongs that to the Al Sulaiman branch of the Arab Ajman tribe.

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