Al-I'raqi mentioned the following Hadith in Al-Ihya (p. 390), which is narrated in the book Al-Kanz (3593) from Al-Hindi and in the books such as Jam'i al-Hadith (23148) as well as Al-Jam'i al-Kabir (22542) from As-Suyuti, that the Prophet (ﷺ) said:

"Who says in the morning: I seek refuge in the Perfect Words of Allah, which neither the righteous nor the wicked can overcome, from the evil of what He created, of what He made, and of what He scattered, he is protected from the evil of (those) two grave matters: Jinn and Humans - nothing would harm him until the evening, and if he said it in the evening, it was like that until morning." (A'udhu bika-limatil-lahit-tamatil-lati la yujawizuhun-na barun wa la fajirun min sharri ma khalaq, wa bara-a wa dhara-a, u'sima min sharrith-thaqalayn Al-Jin wal-Ins)

And a similar Hadith is narrated in Al-Awliyya (5/377), Ibn Abi Shaybah (29601, 31580).

This narration should not be confused with the one which is narrated as a general Du'a, which ends with "Ya Rahman" (to ward of the Shaytan).

My question is, since I can not find any Hadith-Scholars that specifically analysed and graded these narrations, I would like to know if these two A'diyah for the Morning and Evening are authentic or not?



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