Sheikh Muhammad Jibreel
Sound For The Soul - Quran Tour
This exciting and enlightening tour is taking place in cities across the UK from 22 January - 22 February 2016- come along to one of our events and be inspired by Sheikh Jibreel whilst supporting a fantastic cause.
For many people, this winter will be impossible to bear.
Experts say we’re facing the most savage winter in more than 50 years, as months of heavy snowfall and ice-cold winds set in.
This mega-freeze will see sub-zero temperatures and violent snowstorms hammering many regions like Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Pakistan and Europe, threatening the lives of millions of the displaced families and refugees who are already suffering due to conflict and natural disaster.
These refugees lived normal lives just like us, before terror and corruption demolished their homes, destroyed their livelihoods and devastated their friends and families.
Human Appeal is determined to provide safe and warm conditions to these vulnerable families this winter. We cannot do this without your support.
Help us to BREAK THE ICE by donating generously today to support some of the world’s most vulnerable people survive the bitter-cold months.
Save lives this winter!
This is a free entry event, don't forget to bring along your friends and family!
Sheikh Mohammed Jibreel memorised the Qur'an at the age of 9 and won many national and international Qur'an competitions. The honourable Sheikh graduated from Al-Azhar University in Egypt from the faculty of Shari'ah and leads an estimated 3 million Muslims in Ramadhaan Taraweeh prayers at the famous Masjid Amr Bin Al-Aas in Cairo where he has been leading since 1988. He is among the most prominent reciters of the Holy Quran in the Muslim World today.
Sheikh Mohammed Jibreel has traveled the world to lead worshippers in Mosques and delivered lectures at Islamic centres in Quran'ic Studies. He has recorded the Holy Qur'an for radio and television broadcasts for many countries around the world and clips are widely available on YouTube with millions of views.
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