Mohamed Tablawi - Biography

    Mohamed Tablawi

    Born 14th November 1934 in a village called Met Oqba, Egypt, Mohamed Mahmoud Tablawi is a famous and devout Egyptian Imam and Qur’an reciter.

    Mohamed Tablawi started memorizing the Holy Qur’an at a very tender age of four and attained Hifz at the age of ten. In 1956, Mohamed rightfully earned a degree of Al Azhar’s Recitations.

    Mohamed Tablawi made his religious services available to the Egyptian TV Channel on the recommendations of Sheikh Abd Al Fattah Al-Kadi and Sheikh Al Ghazali in 1956.

    Mohamed Tablawi often organized recitations and debates over different relevant issues of Islam with the aim of enhancing the participation of youth in the Islamic movement and thinking

    Touted as the Man with the Golden Voice, Mohamed Tablawi has recited for notorious personalities which includes reciting the Holy Qur’an during the funerals of the Jordanian king -Al Hussain’s mother, the late Moroccan king, Hassan II funerals and Hafez Al Assad’s son, Bassel funerals.