Juz 'Amma is the 30th Part of the Holy Qur'ān (Surah An-Naba' to An-Nas) and is recited in Hafs 'an 'Asim by Shaykh Muhammad Jebril.
Shaykh Muhammad Jebril is regarded as a veteran Qāri' in the Muratti form of Qur'ān reading. He has consistently produced recitations that inspire awe and engagement with the Qur'ān. An Egyptian by origin, he is internationally known for his elevating reading style.
He was named the Imām of the famous mosque of 'Amr Ibn al-'Āş in Cairo in 1988. He remains their honorary and guest Imām for leading tārawiḥ prayers every Ramadan, where thousands of devotees attend to pray behind him. He is also especially known for his moving and emotional du'ā qunūts (invocations during prayer), which are widely available in the Arab world.
These recordings are taken from his Murattal Series, which are amongst his personal best and read with melodic profundity and precision.