Best Quran Recitations

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When Allah speaks about Ramadan, He introduces Ramadan as the month in which the Quran was send down. Ramadan is about reconnecting with the word of Allah.

"Towards Eternity" has collected a few of the best recitations of the most famous reciters.  Al Shatiri, Muzammil, al Yamani, Abdussamed, al Ossi, Sudais and more:

1. Abdullah Altun - Surah Ya-Sin (00:07 - 01:05)
2. Abdulrahmân al Ossi - Surah Al-Haqqah (01:06 - 02:08)
3. Anas Bourak - Surah Al-Isra (02:08 - 03:18)
4. Osman Bostancı - Surah Al-Ahzab (03:18 - 04:00)
5. Muzammil Hasballah - Surah Al-Kahf (04:00 - 04:44)
6. Wadi' al Yamani - Surah Maryam (04:44 - 05:47)
7. Mevlan Kurtish - Surah An-Nur (05:47 - 07:14)
8. Abdurrahman Sudeysi - Surah Al-Fatihah (07:14 - 08:04)
9. Abu Bakr Al Shatri - Surah Al-Baqarah (08:04 - 09:02)
10. Abdulbasit Abdussamed - Surah Al-Hashr (09:02 - 10:55)
11. Saud Al-Shuraim - Surah Al-Baqarah (10:55 - 11:55)
12. Mishary Rashid Alafasy - Surah Yusuf (11:55 - 12:45)
13. Juhany - Surah Az-Zumar (12:45 - 13:45)


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