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Six Authentic Modes of Dhikr After the Salaah

Six Authentic Modes of Dhikr After the Salaah

by: Abu Khadeejah SP @AbuKhadeejahSP 

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Shaikh Al-Albanee (rahimahullaah Ta’aala) preferred the sixth method for those who rush their Dhikr to such an extent that the words of tasbeeh can no longer be deciphered or separated from each other. Shaikh Al-Albanee said its manner is to say: “Subhan-Allaah wal-Hamdulillaah wa Laa illaaha il Allaah wa Allaahu akbar” in this manner 25 times. So “Subhan-Allaah wal-Hamdulillaah wa Laa illaaha il Allaah wa Allaahu akbar” [that's one], “Subhan-Allaah wal-Hamdulillaah wa Laa illaaha il Allaah wa Allaahu akbar” [that's two], and like that.

This will prevent the person from rushing his dhikr, and will force the person to be deliberate and, In-sha`Allaah, lead him to the reward he hopes for.

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  1. alia radjeb
    December 21, 2012 at 5:18 am

    Alhamdullahi, jazaik Allah khayra

  2. Folashade Zakariyah
    December 21, 2012 at 5:48 pm

    Shukran for the wonderful reminder of the dhikir of Allah azawajal. My question though is; can you please tell us the evidence that makes dhikir beads a wicked bid’ah[innovation] thank you

  3. umm asiyah
    February 23, 2013 at 2:36 am

    assalaamu alaikum wa rahmatullaah

    from bakkah.net i found this: (http://www.bakkah.net/en/easy-thikr-after-prayer.htm)

    “I was also asked about what some people claim is established in Saheeh Muslim, that eleven times each is also established.

    The answer: This is based on a misreading of a narration in Saheeh Muslim (#595). Imam Muslim was identifying a misunderstanding added to the hadeeth by one of the narrators, Suhayl ibn Abee Saalih. He mistakenly understood that the hadeeth of saying these phrases 33 times meant in total, and so we should say each of the three eleven times each. The scholars (beginning with Imaam Muslim) have identified this as a personal mistake of Suhayl, and something not to be taken as part of the hadeeth itself.

    Al-Haafith Ibn Hajr concludes: “It is more apparent that the meaning is each of them get that (33 times) seperately.” (Fat-hul-Baaree, 2/328)

    Shaykh Muhammad ibn ‘Alee ibn Aadam al-Ityoobee said, “This (11x) was the misunderstanding of Suhayl when explaining the meaning of 33 times, he assumed that the 33 times should be divided over the three phrases. What is correct is that each of the three phrases are to be said 33 times each, Subhaan Allaah (33), al-Hamdulillaah (33), and Allaahu akbar (33), 99 all togther, not 33 all together.” (al-Bahr al-Muheet ath-Thajjaaj, 13/239)

    And Allaah knows best.

    Written by: Moosaa Richardson”

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