American Singer Wows world by Reciting Quran. Beautiful American singer Jennifer Grout has again intrigued the Arab world after featuring in a video reciting a line from the Quran’s holy book.
Grout recited Al Kursi’s verse, known in English as the chapter of the Throne. The chapter is the Quran’s second surah, Al-Baqarah, verse 255.
Jennifer Grout’s enthusiasm appears in the video as she recites the verse. The video on social media has already gone viral.
Jennifer Grout said in a Facebook post: “For anyone who’s been wondering since my recitation of Ayat-ul-l-kursi, yes, I’m Muslim; I’ve been converted to Morocco in 2013.
Followers from the singer engaged favorably with her post, attracting hundreds of reactions from Twitter.
Some of her followers, while reciting Quranic verses, urged her to wear Hijab. Jennifer Grout replied to the commentators by saying: “I know that my last post sparked a conversation about the #hijab, as I hoped it would.”
She added that she decided to post her first recitation “without it for a few reasons … first, I don’t want to mislead people about myself, because at this point in my spiritual journey I didn’t personally commit myself to wear it (although yes, I’m Muslim to those of you who asked …).” She stated that she wanted to show people that “the Quran is open to anyone who wants to explore it.
The singer is a fan of the culture and the music of Morocco. She has sung a lot of famous songs from Andalusi, Amazigh, and Arabic.
She’s still married to a man from Morocco. Grout shared a post on Facebook in August to express her joy in representing the culture of Morocco at the Montreal, Canada, Orientals Festival. She said she sang songs with Morocco’s Gnawa for the late Hamid El Zahir, a well-known Moroccan artist, and numerous other songs.
The singer is also fond of traditional Moroccan clothing, known as the Kaftan.
In October, she shared a video with pearls and a throne wearing a beautifully made kaftan.
“This was the first dress I’ve ever seen in Morocco!”She’s been writing.
Grout first shocked her fans in the Arabs Got Talent competition when she performed singing for Oum Kalthoum, the legendary Egyptian rapper. Since her youth, she has also been playing the Oud instrument. News report on American Singer Wows world by Reciting Quran.