Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al Sudais
Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz as-Sudais was born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 1961.He is the chief imam of the Grand mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, and the "Islamic Personality of the Year" 2005.He is married and have five daughter and four sons. Sheik al-Sudais has an incredibly resonating and enchanting voice which has been refined of animating the Muslim people group, while his motivating recitations of the Quran have an intelligent impact on the hearts of the audience members, passing on them to another district.
Sheik al-Sudais took up his imamate in 1984, at only 22-years old, going with his first sermon at the Grand Mosque in Mecca in July of that year. Unfluctuating at this early age, Sheik al-Sudais was splendid – through his sermons and recitations of the Quran – to rouse and pierce the hearts of his watchers, and his notoriety developed all through the nation to the point that different sheikhs and imams began to duplicate his recitation style.
Sheik al-Sudais is generally known for his driving of supplications and sermons amid the favored month of Ramadan, where the petitions at the Grand Mosque in Mecca are communicated to the assessed 1.5 billion Muslims around the world. Al-Sudais is likewise known for his sermons approaching adherents to help different Muslims in war-torn areas.In June 2004, Sheik al-Sudais ordered a following of 10,000 in supplications for between confidence agreement and compatibility at the East London Mosque and contiguous streets.He has additionally been famous for recognizing ladies' un-Islamic execution as to a limited extent in charge of the winter 2006 dry spell in Saudi Arabia. Al-Sudais lectured that the continuous dry season was caused by the multiplication of transgression in Saudi society and the conduct of ladies in the kingdom who evidently were "divulging, blending with men, and being not interested in the hijab.