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Allah has 99 names in Al-Qur'anul Kariem. There is such a belief among some Muslims that say - saying certain Allah's names in certain numbers (for example: 1000, 1111, 10000 times) will grant the wishes of the doer after certain days.
interesting..? continue with explanation, do not mean to be un-knowing, but am curious of the background of this, please.
This thing is one of the things done by the Muslims that follow the principles of sufism in their live. In praying, they accustomed to repeat the names of Allah in asking for what they want. There are some steps that they have to do before doing it; usually, done in 40 days. In the first 40 days (for example), they are asked to say "Ya Allah" for 1000 times, every time they finish doing their compulsory sholat (the 5 times ones every day); it means, they have to say "Ya Allah", for 5000 times every day for 40 days. At the 40th day they will pray to Allah anything what they want, those ones whose ritual are accepted, their wishes will be granted. and things that you have to know is, it is not easy to do this, for if only you miss to do this just one time, in one day, you are failed, and you have to begin it for the beginning over. If some of them can pass this, they can continue to another Allah's name; for example, Ahad (the Only One); they will do similar thing by saying "Ya Ahad" in certain number every time they finish doing their sholat for 40 days. If you want to know more about this, you can look it up in your search engine by typing "Asma ul Husna"; then various information will appear. If later, you are in doubt on some of them, you may ask me....!
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