Sheikh Salim Hamou was one of the most prominent muezzins in the West Bank, according to Asdaa Press.
As well as reciting Adhan (call to prayer), he was a master in Ibtihal (recitation of supplications) and Tawasheeh (religious singing).
Palestinians called him the Naqshbandi of Palestine for his mastery over Ibtihal, likening him to Sheikh Sayed Mohamed al-Naqshabandi, an Egyptian who was known as the best reciter of Ibtihal in his lifetime.
Sheikh Salim Hamou, who had a beautiful voice, was a founding member of an Islamic signing group named al-Ghuraba in the West Bank.
The following footage features his recitation of Adhan: