Ahmad bin Ali Al-Ajmi

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Ahmad Al-Ajmi
احمد بن علي العجمي
Born 24 February 1968
Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Nationality Saudi
Occupation Qari
Known for Quran recitation
Children Abdullah, 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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