Where can I find the full Qur'an of Shaykh Okasha Kameny?

We have started recording the 20 Riwaayaat, alhamduliLlaah. There is still a log way to go; so please donate generously so we can make professionally recorded recitations available to everyone. 

The complete recitation in the Riwaayah of Bazzi ‘an Ibn Katheer is already available on Hirz Radio.

Here is a link to donate to the cause of preserving the different modes of Qur’an recitation:

I want to know more about your classes and institution. Where do I find this information?

Detailed information can be found on our website. Please check the respective tabs. You can also check our YouTube Channel for any updates we upload about AHI.

I live in another country and want to attend Al Hirz's classes. How can I join?

We have a number of online classes to choose from. Please reach out to us if you have further questions.

Can I have Shaykh Okasha Kameny's personal contact?

If you have Islamic questions, please refer them to your local imams/scholars/Islamic teachers. You may also reach out to us at

How can I have Al Hirz Institute and Shaykh Okasha Kameny visit my community?

Please see the event form on the Contact Us page for scheduling events. That form is for organizers in a community to secure all of the logistics for any event anywhere in the world. Keep in mind the schedule for travel and events is booked at least 6 months in advance.

What if I cannot afford classes?

It is meritorious and praiseworthy to donate to a Masjid’s expenses; it is even more praiseworthy to sponsor a student of knowledge. We have limited scholarship funds, so we encourage those who are following us to sponsor students who seek Islamic education. Your donation will be used for the cause that you specify in shaa Allaah.

Why don't you offer classes for free?

As a non-profit Organization, we rely solely on donations and services to continue to operate. Instead of actively fundraising and depleting resources from a community, we offer affordable services to cover our expenses and rely upon these to maintain our offerings.