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Ibrahim Al-Jibreen

Ibraheem ibn Jibreen bin Saad bin Abdullah al Jibreen made his way into this world in 1392 Hijri in Al Quwayiyah, Saudi Arabia.

After having memorised the Holy Quran successfully, Sheikh Ibrahim shifted interests towards receiving his Bachelors from the Mohammed bin Saud Islamic University, Riyadh with a degree from faculty of Usool al-Deen during 1419 -1420 after which his ultimate priority was to obtain a master’s degree for which he diligently prepared a thesis on the topic –  “Aspirations in the Quran and Sunnah: Advantages and Disadvantages”.

Conducting Imamat is not alien to this blessed and prolific Shaykh and ample proof is seen from him showing his prayer leading skills as an Imam in the mosque Ibn Qudamah Al Maqdisi in 1410, Mosque Al Shuhadaa, mosque Sheikh Ibn Al Baz in Shubra, mosque Sheikh Abdul Razzaq Afifi in 1426, and Mosque Al-Amira Al Anoud in 1427.

He is currently continuing his studies in the deen and is also an imam in Riyadh in Al Quwaiyah.

Ibraheem ibn Jibreen bin Saad bin Abdullah al Jibreen made his way into this world in 1392 Hijri in Al Quwayiyah, Saudi Arabia. After having memorised the Holy Quran successfully, Sheikh Ibrahim shifted interests towards receiving his Bachelors from the Mohammed bin Saud Islamic University, Riyadh with a degree from faculty of Usool al-Deen during 1419 -1420 after which his ultimate priority was to obtain a master’s degree for which he diligently prepared a thesis on the topic –  “Aspirations in the Quran and Sunnah: Advantages and Disadvantages”. Conducting Imamat is not alien to this blessed and prolific Shaykh and ample proof is seen from him showing his prayer leading skills as an Imam in the mosque Ibn Qudamah Al Maqdisi in 1410, Mosque Al Shuhadaa, mosque Sheikh Ibn Al Baz in Shubra, mosque Sheikh Abdul Razzaq Afifi in 1426, and Mosque Al-Amira Al Anoud in 1427. He is currently continuing his studies in the deen and is also an imam in Riyadh in Al Quwaiyah.

Episodes: 42

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001 Al-Fatiha

Duration: 1 min

019 Maryam

Duration: 19 min

023 Al-Muminoon

Duration: 23 min

036 Ya-Seen

Duration: 14 min

037 As-Saaffat

Duration: 17 min

078 An-Naba

Duration: 3 min

079 An-Naziat

Duration: 3 min

080 Abasa

Duration: 3 min

081 At-Takwir

Duration: 3 min

082 Al-Infitar

Duration: 2 min

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