Talaat Afifi

Talaat Afifi

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016 An-Nahl0:35:048.03MB
017 Al-Isra0:28:346.54MB
018 Al-Kahf0:29:026.65MB
019 Maryam0:17:474.07MB
020 Ta-Ha0:23:275.37MB
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024 An-Noor0:25:405.88MB
025 Al-Furqan0:16:253.76MB
026 Ash-Shuara0:25:525.93MB
027 An-Naml0:22:225.13MB
028 Al-Qasas0:27:476.37MB
029 Al-Ankaboot0:18:584.35MB
030 Ar-Room0:16:003.67MB
031 Luqman0:10:462.47MB
032 As-Sajda0:07:021.62MB
033 Al-Ahzab0:25:585.95MB
034 Saba0:16:473.85MB
035 Fatir0:14:393.36MB
036 Ya-Seen0:13:593.21MB
037 As-Saaffat0:19:134.40MB
038 Sad0:14:283.32MB
041 Fussilat0:16:153.73MB
042 Ash-Shura0:16:533.87MB
043 Az-Zukhruf0:17:233.98MB
045 Al-Jathiya0:09:422.23MB
046 Al-Ahqaf0:11:502.71MB
047 Muhammad0:10:372.44MB
048 Al-Fath0:11:042.54MB
049 Al-Hujraat0:06:381.52MB
050 Qaf0:08:031.85MB
051 Adh-Dhariyat0:07:231.70MB
052 At-Tur0:06:471.56MB
054 Al-Qamar0:06:561.59MB
055 Ar-Rahman0:09:272.17MB
056 Al-Waqia0:09:232.16MB
057 Al-Hadid0:11:542.73MB
058 Al-Mujadila0:09:202.14MB
059 Al-Hashr0:09:132.11MB
060 Al-Mumtahina0:07:091.64MB
061 As-Saff0:04:160.98MB
062 Al-Jumua0:03:200.77MB
063 Al-Munafiqoon0:03:320.81MB
064 At-Taghabun0:04:351.05MB
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066 At-Tahrim0:05:041.16MB
067 Al-Mulk0:06:401.53MB
068 Al-Qalam0:06:261.48MB
071 Nooh0:04:251.02MB
072 Al-Jinn0:05:181.22MB
093 Ad-Dhuha0:07:301.72MB

About Talaat Afifi

Country: Egypt

In December 1953, Talaat Mohamed Afifi Salem was born in Giza, Egypt and moved presumably quickly towards his goal of being a known name in the field of Qur’an recitation and preaching which he successfully managed to do.

After completing his elementary education, he ventured towards obtaining his secondary diploma in al Azhar in 1971 which he topped with enrolling himself into the faculty of Usul ad-Deen in Cairo and graduating in Islamic Da’wah and culture in 1979 followed by a postgraduate degree in the discipline about “The Islamic Approach in Addressing the Motives of Human Behaviors”. Success knocked at his doorsteps when he achieved the icing on the cake in the form of an honorary degree with the doctoral thesis on the topic “The Story in the Sunnah and its Impact on the Islamic Call.”

Lecturing at the Faculty of Islamic Da’wah in Cairo and then being designated the coveted spot of being the head of the Islamic Culture Department till he took over as the Dean of the College were the highlights of his professional graph.

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