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Why do Muslims say Subhan Allah, Alhamdulillah and Allahu Akbar for 33 times after daily prayers?

All Praise to Allah Subhanahu wa Taala and blessings of Him be on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him His family and companions, Subhan Allah (سبحان الله) means "Allah is free from imperfection". Al-...
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What does the attribute of Allah "shafiul mudhnibin" mean?

Due to the limitations of transliteration it's hard to tell exactly, but you're presumably asking about the Arabic phrase شفيع المذنبين (Shafi'u-l-Mudhnabin), which literally means the Intercessor of ...
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What to say or do during times of distress, difficulty or calamity?

Adhkar The Prophet ﷺ once came [...] in a state of fear and said: "None has the right to be worshipped but Allah!" (La ilaha illallah) Al-Bukhari (3346); (different occasion): At-Tirmidhi (...
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Is it sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) to do zikr in a loud voice?

No, it is not sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ or his companions to do dhikr in unison in a loud voice, or to repeatedly say "Allah" in such a fashion. In the Surat Al-A'arāf, Allah commands us to do ...
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What does the attribute of Allah "shafiul mudhnibin" mean?

This is a more correct transliteration of what you mean: Ya Allahu يا الله, Ya Rahmanu يا رَحْمَنُ or يا رَحْمَان, Ya Rahim يا رَحِيمُ, Ya Rahmatan يا رَحْمَةً lil-'Alamin لِلْعَالَمٍينَ, Ya Shafi'...
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What are the authentic supplications (A'dyiah) and rememberances (Adhkar) at Fajr, A'sr and Maghrib?

When the Morning arrives (the true dawn) or Evening (A'sr): The Prophet ﷺ would say in the morning: "We have entered a new day upon the natural religion of Islam, the word of sincere devotion, ...
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What is Ism-e-Azam?

In the sunni tradition Allah's greatest name اسْمُ اللَّهِ الأَعْظَمُ (Ism-u Allah-I al-a'dham) is quoted in several ahadith, but it is a disputable matter: The Greatest Name of Allah, if He is ...
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What is Ism-e-Azam?

Ismul Azam, literally "the Greatest Name" is a name of Allah. Among its virtues, it is said that when a person with the proper disposition uses this name to supplicate to Allah then Allah grants ...
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Are these narrations of Ibn as-Sunni authentic? (Part 2)

I will follow the same procedure as in my answer on Are these narrations of Ibn as-Sunni authentic? (Part 1). Just for your information the typical chronology of my research procedure however is ...
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Are these narrations of Ibn as-Sunni authentic? (Part 1)

I will try to present the full hadith from the book 'Amal al-Yawmi wa-al-Laylah عمل اليوم والليلة of ibn as-Sunni (one of imam an-Nasa-i's students) with the full isnaad and give some information ...
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Can we Glorify and praise Allah like we do in dhikr in prostration (sujood) while praying

Yes it is allowed to do some dhikr and thanking Allah while prostrating as long as it is not to excessive. It is even recommended to perform dua' while prostrating: The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: ...
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What is the evidence for performing takbeer after the recitation of the surahs from a-Doha until an-Nas?

Reciters base the takbīrat starting from Surat Ad-Duhaa 93 to Surat An-Nās 114 on a hadith documented by Al-Hākim An-Nisapūri, but it is graded as munkar (denounced): حدثنا أبو يحيى محمد بن عبد ...
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Prophet / Revered Person in the Quran that says thanks to Allah for protection

First your new question has a smooth transition to your last one therefore some of my quotes may more apply to your earlier question and some may apply to both and some may more likely be a good ...
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Are these narrations of Ibn as-Sunni authentic? (Last part)

I'll mainly follow the same procedure as described in Are these narrations of Ibn as-Sunni authentic? (Part 2) and applied in Are these narrations of Ibn as-Sunni authentic? (Part 1). Note this is a ...
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Prophet / Revered Person in the Quran that says thanks to Allah for protection

There is an implied mention of Noah ﷺ saying so after mounting his vessel prior to the flooding as commanded by Allah: فَإِذَا اسْتَوَيْتَ أَنتَ وَمَن مَّعَكَ عَلَى الْفُلْكِ فَقُلِ الْحَمْدُ ...
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Can someone recommend any Dhikr to remove sins?

Dhikr Saying these Dhikr can help erase sins one has committed. La ilaha ilallah wahdahu la shareeka lah, lahul mulku wala hul hamd yuhyi wa yumeet, wahuwa 'ala kulli shayin' qader 100 times in a ...
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Dhikr for which Allah forgives sins in the day and night, hasan or gharib (commentary)?

Authenticity of the hadith First of all there are at least three main variations of the hadith itself: The one of imam at-Tirmidhi in his Jami': “Whoever says in the morning: ‘O Allah we have reached ...
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How many duas in azkar

As adhkar are a recommendation you have the free choice. You should only follow the recommendations of the based ahadith, for example if there's an amount of repetition you should do it as stated. ...
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what dhikrs can i do in free time?

As salaamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barkatahu, In the name of Allah the most benificient and merciful. You can do dhikr and azhkar as many times as you want there is nothing bidah in doing dhikr ...
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What is it like to mention Allah aloud after praying inside the mosque? (zikr o llah)

The statement of your friend either is a bit blurry and needs some clarification or he is somewhat wrong. First of all doing dhikr after the prayer actually is confirmed in the qur'an and the sunnah (...
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Doing good and bad deeds simultaneously(same time). Are they both accepted?

At least according to Shia that I know, looking at women (their face, hairs and etc.) who are not Muslim is not forbidden as long as their dressing is not so terribly bad, unless the person looking at ...
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Dhikr isn't giving me dramatic improvement in all spheres of life. Why not?

First a general point: dhiker goes with other requirements for success, such as a healthy body and mind that in turn correlate with many other things such as sound life choices, avoidance of sins, ...
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Reading athkar in bed?

There isn't any reason why it should not be permissible. One should do dhikr in all states. الذين يذكرون الله قياما وقعودا وعلى جنوبهم Who remember Allah while standing or sitting or [lying] on their ...
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Are we rewarded for dhikr in the mind only without uttering a single word?

It is not thought that is judged, only what is expressed and done. In other words, your actions are what counts and that includes expression of thoughts whether through speech, writing, or other media....
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Adhkar question

Adhkar and tasbeeh are not obligatory or fard. The only obligatory worship is Salat, Fasting and Hajj. Every other way of worship is Nafali, and helps us thank Allah, remember Him, and gain also ...
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Which azkar are mustahab and which are farz

Most adhkar are mustahab. Fard ones are those said in Salah, Adhaan, Talbiyah, Takbirat al-Tashriq, replying to Salam, saying Tasmiyah on slaughtering cattle etc. https://islamqa.info/en/answers/...
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Is this thing bid'ah or is it perfectly normal and good?

Simply speaking bid'ah is an innovation in the religion. This means an act of worship which have not been known or practiced by Muslims at the time of the Prophet. What you describe is a certain ...
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Dhikr only by the name of ALLAH

There seems to be a difference of opinion on the matter. SeekersHub (Hanafi, Sunni) considered it a permissible form of dhikr: The Divine Command to ‘make much remembrance of Allah’ is general, ...
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After Prayer, what shall I do (listening to lecture or doing al-dhikr (Zikir)?

Basically you are free to do whatever you like: Once the prayer ends, you could listen to the lesson, you could go home and you could choose to sit somewhere apart and perform dhikr (and turn back to ...
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