Young Egyptian reciter Khaled Harhash has captured the attention of many with his exceptional talent in reciting the Holy Quran.
Khaled Harhash, 18, a student at the Al-Azhar Institute in Kom Hamada in Beheira, has been praised for his sweet voice and command of intonation.
Harhash began reading the Holy Quran at a young age and was encouraged by his father, a farmer in Saft al-Anab.
With his father’s support, Harhash joined the Sheikh Al-Tarouti Institute in Sharkia, where he learned the sciences of intonation and phonetic shrines and excelled in his studies.
In addition to his talent in reciting the Holy Quran, Harhash is skilled in religious supplications, Islamic chants, and honorable prophetic praise.
He has participated in many religious events, including school celebrations, youth centers, and satellite channels, and has even appeared on the Holy Quran Radio program, Vanguards of Faith.
Harhash looks up to many great reciters of the Noble Qur’an, including Sheikh Abdel Basset Abdel Samad, Sheikh Al Minshawi, Al Husari, and Mustafa Ismail.
However, he hopes to create his mark in this wonderful field and become an ambassador for Egypt worldwide with his recitation.
His dreams include joining the Faculty of Quran Sciences in Al-Azhar Al-Sharif and being accredited by radio and television.
Harhash’s talent has won him many fans, and he will continue to inspire many more.