11 rakaat afer Isha read Sura 33 verse 68 afer Faathah 100 tmes in every rakaat, totaling 1100 tmes, so it takes about 1 h 30, putng the open botles or container in front of you to collect all the curse in the water and it will strike in sha Allah the authors of witchcraf when the patent bathes. We prescribe it when witchcraf is repeated or when we see that the sorcery is very evil and the patent has the anger to fght. We found that this prayer has a big efect on the djinns even though the catching has been done, we see that through the dreams of patents the reactons of djinns. 


A mawlana said curse prayer was shirk and that led the brothers in South Africa to question a mufti and alhamdu lillah the answer is totally positive and now we even have the exact daleel:

So the simple answer is that in nafl and sunnah salaah you can repeat any ayaat.  Here's mufti salajees view: 

Q: Is it permissible to read the same ayaat of the Quran in ones Salaah? E.g. A person learnt sabak, and wants to make it strong, would it be permissible to read the same sabak in all four rakaat of Sunnats?

A: The namaz will be valid.

And Allah Ta'ala (الله تعالى) knows best.  

Answered by: Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach)


Abu Dhar Ghifaari (RA) narrated that once Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam performed Salaat (Tahajjud). The whole night in his Salaat he recited a single aayat until the morning. The aayat is:

"(O Allah!) If You punish them, they are your servants (i.e. You have all the authority over them). If You forgive them (it is within Your Power), for You are All-powerful and the One of Wisdom." 

(Nisaai and Ibn Majah)

The 'curse salaah' is what we call it but actually it’s tahajjud(8) and witr(3)

In bukhaari:

Volume 2, Book 21,Number 241:

Narrated 'Aisha, The Prophet (p.b.u.h) used to offer thirteen Rakat of the night prayer and that included the Witr and two Rakat (Sunna) of the Fajr prayer.

So we are not saying it’s a sunnah to read curse namaaz as we read it, but that it’s a sunnah to read tahajjud and witr, and that in your tahajjud and witr salaah beg Allah to help you against the enemies and punish them, by reading  

رَبَّنَا آتِهِمْ ضِعْفَيْنِ مِنَ الْعَذَابِ وَالْعَنْهُمْ لَعْنًا كَبِيرًا 

Yes the methods we use are mostly from Sunnah but don't forget that ruqyah is not tawqeefiyah so as long as it doesn't involve shirk or anything opposed to Islam it’s ok, the 'curse salaah' would fall under that catagory and like the Almighty said: 'seek (Allah’s) help through patience and salaah'

Allah knows best.