Narrated / Authority of:
Ibn Jubair bin Mutim
that his father said: I saw the Messenger of Allah (saw) when he started the prayer. He said: ˜Allahu Akbaru kabiran, Allahu Akbaru kabiran (Allah is the Most Great indeed),’ three times; ˜Al-hamdu Lillahi kathiran, al-hamdu Lillahi kathiran (Much praise is to Allah),’ three times; ˜Subhan Allahi bukratan wa asilan (Glory is to Allah morning and evening),’ three times; ˜Allahumma inni a’udhu bika minash-Shaitanir-rajim, min hamzihi wa nafkhihi wa nafthihi (O Allah, I seek refuge in You from the accursed Satan, from his madness, his poetry, and his pride). (Hasan)(One of the narrators) Amr said: Hamzuhu is his madness, Nafathuhu is poetry and Nafkhuhu is pride.