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Qari Sadaqat Ali in SA

Cape Town lovers of the Quran will be mesmorised by the recitation of the internationally recognized and distinguished qari Shaykh Qari Syed Sadaqat Ali Al Azhari from the United States of America, who will be visiting Cape Town this week.

Al Azhari is the pupil of the internationally famous Qari Abd al-Basit ‘Abd as-Samad of Egypt, and has represented in various world Qirat recitals throughout Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Persia, Egypt, Jordan, Pakistan and Yemen as well as in the UK and the USA.

A national tour starting this week will see him visiting Masaajid in Gauteng, KwaZulu Natal and the Western Cape.

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Qari Syed Sadaqat Ali Al Azhari will be visiting Cape Town on the invitation of the Cape Town Islamic Educational Centre (CTIEC). A one day event is scheduled to take place in each city, with the Cape Town leg set to take place at the Masjidul Quds Centre in Gatesville on Sunday 4 September 2016 starting at Thuhr.
Some of Cape’s well known reciters have confirmed attendance to the event including Qari Nadeem Dawood, Qari Zubair Barday and Qari Mohammed Philander.

Qari Syed Sadaqat is an official qari for Pakistan Television and Radio Pakistan and he also has been broadcasted in many countries over the years. He has recorded the full Quran in his voice on various different occasions for radio, television and CD productions.

“We as the CTIEC are honoured to play host to the short visit by Qari Syed Sadaqat Ali Al Azhari during his South Africa tour. He is well-known for his knowledge of the Al-Quran and unique recitations but also recognised as a family member of the Holy Prophet (SAW). We call upon all to come and enjoy an afternoon of spirituality with great reciters at Masjidul Quds on Sunday,” added CTIEC Spokesperson, Sayed Ridhwaan Mohamed.

For more info on the events you may contact the CTIEC’s Moulana Sayed Imraan Ziyaee on 082 833 2036 or Sayed Ridhwaan Mohamed on 076 608 6867. VOC

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