Abdul-Rahman Al-Sudais

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Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Aziz al-Sudais (Arabic: عَبْدُ ٱلرَّحْمَٰنِ بْنُ عَبْدِ ٱلْعَزِيزِ ٱلسُّدَيْسِ‎, romanized: ʻAbd ar-Raḥman ibn ʻAbd al-ʻAziz as-Sudais), sokam mi o la Al-Sudais,[1]ka o nyɛ Limama nima awɔi la puuni yino n-ti jiŋli din yuli booni Grand Mosque, Masjid al-Haram ka di be Makkah, Saudi Arabia; ŋuni n-nyɛ kpɛma n-ti lala jiŋ'kara dibaa ayi ŋɔ;[2]O nyɛla Qāriʾ (ŋun karimdi Qur'an);[3]ŋuni n-daa nyɛ Dubai International Holy Qur'an Award's "Islamic Personality Of the Year" yuuni 2005.[4]

Al-Sudais nyɛla ŋun duhi musulinsi adiini yuli zuɣusaa,[5][6]ka nyɛ ŋun bɔri suhudoo,[7]amaa ka bɛ lahi galindi o pam zaŋ chaŋ o ni tooi yari dalim di jews la.[8][9]Israeli nima zuɣu mini Israel tiŋgbani,[10] ka ŋmɛ kuŋ nti ni daadama soŋsi Palestine nima.[11] Bɛ lahi mi o ka di nyɛla o ni daa baŋ ni paɣaba biɛhigu din bi tabi adiini n-daa tahi yuuni 2006 sanzali na Saudi Arabia.[12][13] Yuuni 2016, o daa nyɛla ŋun yihi waazu n-jɛndi Hajj n-ti bala pam ban daa laɣisi Arafat jiŋli puhibu nyaaŋa.[14][15]

Family tree of Sheikh Abdurahman As Sudais
Al-Sudais with Indian Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad (right) in 2011.
Al-Sudais with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

Biɛhigu mini tuma[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

Al-Sudais yila Anazzah zuliya ni na, o daa karim la Alikuraani n-niŋ o zuɣuni o ni daa nyɛ yuun pia ni ayi.[1] O ni daa yiɣisiri na Riyadh, Al-Sudais daa chaŋ la shikuru Al Muthana Bin Harith Elementary School, din nyaaŋa ka chaŋ Riyadh Scientific Institution n-ti naai yuuni 1979 ni paasiri suŋ.[1] O daa deei la "degree in Sharia" shikuru yuli booni Riyadh University yuuni 1983, ka deei o "Master's in Islamic fundamentals" shikuru yuli booni Sharia College of Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University yuuni 1987 ka deei o "Ph.D. in Islamic Sharia" shikuru yuli booni Umm al-Qura University yuuni 1995 ka lahi nyɛ "assistant professor" nima ni o ni daa tum Riyadh University nyaaŋa.[1]

Sudais daa deei la limam tali yuuni 1984, o ni daa nyɛ yuun pishi ni anahi, ka daa niŋ o waazu tuuli jiŋli yuli booni Masjid Al-Haramsilimiin goli July 1984, din bɔŋɔ nyaaŋa, Sheikh Saud Al-Shuraim - n-nyɛ ŋun soŋ di o Asam puhibu ni (Taraweeh Prayers) bini din gbaai yuuni 1994 hali ni yuuni 2006, n-ti lahi pahi yuuni 2014, 2019 mini yuuni 2020. Bɛ daa ti ba yuli ni "Twins of the Haram".[16] Yuma din gbaai 2005-2020, Sheikh Abdullah Awad Al Juhany ni Masjid al-Haram limam nima ban pahi kamani Sheikh Yasser Al-Dossary mini Sheikh Bander Baleela daa deei Al-Shuraim's zaashee limam tali ni nti "Rakat" zaŋ ti Khatm Al Quran (End of the Quran) Taraweeh prayer.

Yuuni 2005, Al-Sudais daa nyɛla ninvuɣi so Dubai International Holy Quran Award (DIHQA) Organising Committee ni daa piigi 9th annual "Islamic Personality Of the Year" ka di nyɛla o kpaŋ maŋa zaŋ chaŋ Quran mini Musulinsi polo.[17] O ni daa yan deei o pini ŋɔ Dubai, o daa yɛliya: "Musunlinsi mini musulinima nyɛla din yɛltɔɣa gbubi dihitabili,adalichi,gubu,din za chib,nambɔzobɔ,nangbanyini,nambozobɔni kasi."[18]

Yuuni 2010 zaŋ chaŋ yuuni 2012, O daa kaai India, Pakistan, Malaysia ni Britain. O tuma ni shɛŋa n-nyɛ o niŋdi la waazu "Higher Institute for Advanced Islamic Studies" din be Malaysia yuuni 2011, ka o yɛli jɛndi saha ŋɔ adiini taɣibu zaŋ jɛndi saha ŋɔ yɛlimuɣisira.[19]

Bɛ daa piigi o kpɛma n-ti jinŋ'kara dibaa ayi la zaŋ jɛndi nam soli zuɣu silimiin goli 8 May 2012.[20] O be la Arabic Language Academy din be Mecca.[21]

Abdul Razzaq al-Mahdi, Nabil Al-Awadi, Tariq Abdelhaleem, n-ti pahi Hani al-Sibai ban yaa jɛndi Al-Qaeda, n-ti pahi niriba kamani Adnan al-Aroor, Abd Al-Aziz Al-Fawzan, Mohamad al-Arefe, Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah Al Shaykh ISIS ni daa kali shɛba yuya pahi.[22]

Yuuni 2017, Al-Sudais daa tabi soŋ vidio din yuli booni One Day In The Haram, filim din daa alizama jɛndi Haram in Makkah, din yɛli di tuuntumdiba nini ni.[23]


Kundivihira[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Ninth Session. Dubai International Holy Quran Award (2006).
  2. Maeali Alrayiys Aleami Yareaa Alhafl Alkhitamiu Likhariji Aljameiat Alkhayriat Litahfiz Alquran Alkarim Bialriyad (ar) (October 3, 2016). Archived Silimin gɔli December 30, 2018, at the Wayback Machine
  3. Biography of Abdul Rahman Al Sudais.
  4. Al Sudais chosen Islamic Personality of the year (en).
  5. "Fight terrorism jointly: Al-Sudais". Arab News (Saudi Arabia). September 12, 2009. ISSN 0254-833X. OCLC 4574467. http://archive.arabnews.com/?page=1&section=0&article=126344&d=12&m=9&y=2009. "More than three million Muslim faithful attended jumʼa, taraweeh and Qiyamullail prayers at the Two Holy Mosques on Friday as the imam of the Grand Mosque in Makkah called for joint efforts to combat terrorism."
  6. Bin Mahfouz, Taleb. "Al-Sudais to offer 10 solutions for terrorism". Saudi Gazette (Saudi Arabia). ISSN 1319-0326. http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentID=2010032467269. Archived Silimin gɔli July 14, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
  7. "Sudais Leads Prayers for Inter-Faith Peace and Harmony". Arab News (Saudi Arabia). June 12, 2004. ISSN 0254-833X. OCLC 4574467. http://www.arabnews.com/node/250963. "More than three million Muslims attended Jumu'ah, Taraweeh and Qiyam al-Layl prayers at the Two Sacred Mosques on Friday as the imam of the Grand Mosque in Makkah called for joint efforts to combat terrorism...Also on hand for the launch of the 10-million-pound ($18 million) London Muslim Center were guests including….Racial Equality Minister Fiona Mactaggart. Prince Charles, in Washington for the funeral of former US President Ronald Reagan, also took part by way of a pre-recorded message."
  8. Sacranie, Iqbal; Abdul Bari, Muhammad; Kantharia, Mehboob; Siddiqui, Ghayasuddin (August 21, 2005). "A Question of Leadership". Panorama (Interview). Interviewed by John Ware. London, England: BBC. Retrieved 2007-03-30.
    Sheikh Abdur-Rahman Al-Sudais, Imam, Ka'ba, Mecca, Saudi Arabia: The history of Islam is the best testament to how different communities can live together in peace and harmony. Muslims must exemplify the true image of Islam in their interaction with other communities.

    John Ware: Sheikh Sudais is a leading Imam from the great mosque in Mecca, Islam's holiest city. He had one voice for his Western audience - another for his followers in Saudi.

    Sheikh Abdur-Rahman Al-Sudais: The worst…of the enemies of Islam are those…whom he…made monkeys and pigs, the aggressive Jews and oppressive Zionists and those that follow them: the callers of the trinity and the cross worshippers…those influenced by the rottenness of their ideas, and the poison of their cultures the followers of secularism…how can we talk sweetly when the Hindus and the idol worshippers kuffar…indulge in their overwhelming hatred against our brothers…in Muslim Kashmir…
  9. Moore, Charles (July 9, 2005). "Where is the Gandhi of Islam?". The Daily Telegraph. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main.jhtml?xml=/opinion/2005/07/09/do09.xml&page=2. "In Mecca two years ago, al Sudais described Jews as ‘scum of the earth’, ‘rats of the world’ and ‘monkeys and pigs who should be annihilated’. Yet, criticise Al Sudais, and Mohammed Abdul Bari leaps furiously to his defence."
  10. Shaikh Al-Sudais, Imam of Al-Haram Mosque in Makkah Calls on Muslims to Work Towards Lifting Israeli Siege of Gaza, and Liberation of Al-Aqsa Mosque. Cross-Cultural Understanding. Al-Jazeerah (November 2010). “The Sheikh demanded an end to the Israeli siege against the Gaza Strip, calling on the Palestinians to unite and put aside their differences... Calling for the liberation of Palestine, Al-Sudais said now is the time for Palestinian factions to bury their differences. These differences have only added to the miseries of our brothers and sisters in Palestine. This inhuman blockade has made life hellish for them.”
  11. Ghafour, Abdul (February 2, 2008). "Sudais Warns of Gaza Catastrophe". Arab News (Saudi Arabia). ISSN 0254-833X. OCLC 4574467. http://archive.arabnews.com/?page=1&section=0&article=106374&d=2&m=2&y=2008. "The imam rebuked Western countries that speak profusely about human rights, freedom and democratic values for keeping mum on the continuing Israeli atrocities in occupied palestinian territories. Delivering his Juʼma sermon to the thousands of faithful who thronged the large mosque complex, the imam called for quick delivery of relief supplies such as food and medicine to the people of Gaza. "Our brothers in Gaza are facing death and destruction, hunger and siege... After God, only you can boost their morale and save them from this trial," Al-Sudais told Muslims all over the world. "Help them, donate for them, especially in this harsh weather condition. They are living in dark without electricity, hunger and poverty. They don't have water or food and medicine. The economic siege has made their lives extremely difficult," the Saudi Press Agency quoted the imam as saying."
  12. Bradley, John R. (2006). "8. The Segregation of the Sexes". Saudi Arabia Exposed : Inside a Kingdom in Crisis (Updated ed.). St. Martin's Griffin. p. 170. ISBN 978-1403970770. This was taken up a while later when one of the Imams of the grand mosque in Mecca, Abdul Rahman Al-Sudeis, singled out women as he recited a catalogue of sins responsible for a drought the kingdom was experiencing. Their sins, he said, included unveiling, mingling with men, and being indifferent to the hijab.
  13. Elhadj, Elie (2007). The Islamic Shield: Arab Resistance to Democratic and Religious Reforms. Universal Publishers. p. 126. ISBN 978-1599424118. Also deplorable is the explanation given by al-Sudais, the Imam and preacher of Islam's holiest mosque in Mecca, regarding the causes behind the severe drought that hit Saudi Arabia in the winter of 2006. On November 13, 2006, a day of prayer to send rain (Istisqua'), Al-Sudais preached that the drought is caused by the proliferation of sin in Saudi society: specifically, dealing in usury, bribery, lying, dishonesty, and violating God's rules.
  14. "Haj sermon calls for unity as pilgrims fill aʼrafat". Arab News (Riyadh). September 11, 2016. http://www.arabnews.com/node/983216/saudi-arabia.
  15. Nehme, Dahlia (September 11, 2016). "Haj pilgrims begin Rite which caused deadly crush". Reuters (London). https://www.reuters.com/article/us-saudi-haj-idUSKCN11H0BJ.
  16. Profile: Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais. Asharq Al-Awsat (9 May 2012). Archived 11 Silimin gɔli December 2013 at the Wayback Machine
  17. Ninth Session. Dubai International Holy Quran Award (2006).
  18. Za'za', Bassam (October 24, 2005). Islam will never support terror or violence. Gulf News. Archived Silimin gɔli November 8, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  19. Profile: Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais. Asharq Al-Awsat (9 May 2012). Archived 11 Silimin gɔli December 2013 at the Wayback Machine
  20. Profile: Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais. Asharq Al-Awsat (9 May 2012). Archived 11 Silimin gɔli December 2013 at the Wayback Machine
  21. أ.د. عبد الرحمن بن عبد العزيز السديس. Official Website of the Academy (9 February 2015).
  22. ISIS Launches Campaign Calling To Kill Prominent Islamic Clerics Such As Yousuf Al-Qaradawi, Saudi Mufti Abd Al-'Aziz Aal Al-Sheikh, Former Egyptian Chief Mufti 'Ali Gum'a (February 14, 2017).
  23. takshif tafasil 'adkham eamal sinamayiyun ywum fi alharam (ar) (August 5, 2017).