Taymohneem (as they would pronounce it--as in Western Syriac and in the Arabic of speakers from Lebanese Tripoli, their 'ah's are 'oh's) are tops in the chant and elocution department. In a better world, in which they could enjoy high and primary media prominence they would have succeeded in claiming back for us a Semitic language the pronunciation of which as perceived through popular media by global public consciousness in this world has been mangled beyond all recognition such that the ears of Arabic speakers no longer have the ability to recognise the existence of any linguistic kinship in the same family between the two tongues. The other Mizraheem also pronounce the emphatics properly thank the Heavens (though the Yemenite phonetic vowel system is quite different from theirs, with the Yemenites also employing the full range of the begad kepat) though unfortunately Sephardic influence has deformed the waw of Bilaad ish-Shaam Mizrahim and turned it into the laughable, annoying, ear-grating vav, sullying as integral a word as the conjunctive waw il-`atif shared in common by Hebrew, Aramaic, and Arabic at the least.
Nice to see you know JubanTeyman's channel; he has quality recordings, but they come with a habit of being quite few and sometimes even disappearing after a while. I remember his other videos from when was still under the 'deen' username.