Could you please tell me from which source "Bismillah Qasem-el jabbarin" comes from? Why do some people use it when they begin a speech?

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The phrase needs no authentic source; the title is one of the names of the Exalted One, and means the One who breaks the necks of the cruel and oppressive tyrants. In the 'Iftetah’ supplication, recited in the nights of the Holy month of Ramadan, the phrase Qasem-el jabbarin is mentioned. Usually, it is used at the time when somebody writes a letter to a cruel person, or takes action against him, and the like. We recite ‘Bismillahir-Rahmanirrahim’ when we begin our usual daily tasks, however when we rise against a tyrant we begin in the name of Him Who breaks the tyrants necks.



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