The program was recently organized at a mosque in a village in the Arab country’s Sharqia Governorate.
The qari recited verses 68-70 of Surah Az-Zumar: “Everyone in the heavens and the earth will faint in terror except for those whom God will save when the trumpet is sounded. They will all stand up and wait when the trumpet sounds for the second time. The earth will become bright from the light of your Lord. The Book of Records will be presented and the Prophets and witness will be summoned. All will be judged with justice and no wrong will be done to anyone. Every soul will be recompensed for its deeds. God knows best whatever they have done.”
Mahmood Shahat Anwar, the son of late Sheikh Muhammad Shahat Anwar, was born in 1984.
He memorized the entire Quran at the age of 12 and learned Quran recitation with his father.
He has won many top titles in national and international Quran competitions.
The top qari has traveled to many countries, including Iraq, Iran, Qatar, the UAE, Algeria, Syria, Pakistan, South Africa, Greece, Turkey, and Belgium, for recitation of the Quran.