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  • The Ta`awwudh is the phrase A`ūdhu billāhi min ash-shaitāni r-rajīmi. This is an Arabic sentence meaning "I seek refuge in Allah from Shaitan, the accursed one." It is often recited by Muslims before reciting the Qur'an and before beginning a task. It is often followed by the Basmala. Regarding the recitation of Ta`awwudh, Tasmiya, Amin in Salah a in a loud congregational prayer The follower will not recite Ta`awwudh and Tasmiya as these are the preliminaries to Qira`a. Since the follower is not reciting he will also not recite these. However he WILL recite Amin inaudibly after the Imam completes Sura al-Fatiha. b in a quiet congregational prayer He will not recite any of the three c in an individual prayer The one praying will recite all three.

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