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Jurnal Living Hadis
The practice of reciting asmā'ul-ḥusnā by certain groups is in most cases intended to be a form of afterlife-oriented worship. Seeing the practice more closely, as practiced by the customer of the Bank Wakaf Mikro this article argues that the practice indeed has in itself a formal-substantive part, that is the recitation of asmā'ul-ḥusnā. It also at the same time argues that the very practice serves as a means to generate social/cultural benefit for the performers. Furthermore, the practicedoi:10.14421/livinghadis.2020.2335 fatcat:xpnf7oa465c6hbhuhfqvanyewa