Abu Bakr al-Shatri - Biography
Abu Bakr al Shatri, born Abu Bakr Ibn Mohamed Al Shatri in 1970 in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), is Saudi imam and Qur’an reciter.
He grew up in Jeddah and graduated in Holy Qur’an Studies from Sheikh Aymane Rochdi Suwaid in 1416 Hijri and then earned a master in accountancy four years later.
Abu Bakr Al Shatri has led prayers in many Saudi mosques like Al Rajihi, Said Ibn Jubair (Kandara), Abdullatif Jamil, Attakwa (Al Rawda), AChouiaibi (Assalama). He is currently the imam of Al Furkane Mosque in Hay Annassim, Jeddah.
He participated in numerous Islamic conferences and events in many Muslim countries like Egypt, South Africa, Kuwait, and Bahrain.
Abu Bakr Al Shatri is married and has four children. He is known as Abi Abdarrahmane.