Fear Of The Unseen

As Muslims we should have belief in the Unseen (that which cannot be seen). A part of the Unseen is the Jinn. Not believing in their existence is an opening to the path of disbelief in Islam itself.

*Both the Qur’an and the Sunnah confirm Jinn’s existence and it is one of the traits of the believer to believe in their existence. Complete search shows that the Jinn are mentioned in more than forty verses of the Qur’an, which are spread in ten of its Surahs.

**Surah al-Jinn is one of the prime surahs telling of the existence of Jinn. We have no choice to believe in some parts of the Qur’an and not others according to our whims! a whole surah that specially talks about a group/caravan of Jinns who overheard Muhammad (S. A. W. W.) recite a portion of The Holy Book (Al-Qur’an Al-Majeed).

***”Say: ‘It has been revealed to me that a group of Jinn listened and said, ‘We have heard a most amazing Recitation.'”

“O you assembly of Jinns and men! if it be you can pass beyond the zones of the heavens and the earth, pass you! Not without authority shall you be able to pass!” (Surah Ar-Rehman: 33)

In Surah Ar-Rehman the Jinns are called Al-Jaan, which is the Arabic plural of Jinn. Janana means to cover or conceal. Jannahu Al-layl means the night covered him. Similarly, the Jinns are so called because they are covered from us (unseen). Interestingly, the foetus is called Al-Janeen in Arabic, as it is hidden from us.

Some of the different terms used for Jinns are as follows:

1. In Arabic when Jinn are mentioned in general terms they call them with the word Jinni.
2. Jinns dwelling in houses are called ‘Aamir (dweller). [do not mistake it with the name Aamir that is derived from the name/word ‘Amr, meaning longevity.]
3. Those Jinns that interact with children are called Arwaah(spirits).
4. An evil Jinn is called Shaytaan (devil).
5. If the Jinn is worse than Shaytaan he/she is called Maarid (demon).
6. If he/she is worse than that as well, he/she is called ‘Ifreet.

Generally people are afraid of all that is not visible to them. People are so afraid of Jinns that they do not even mention its name! If they do they follow it quickly with a fearful ‘Bismillah’.

Mujahid (may Allah (SWT) be pleased with him), a student of Ibn Abbas (r.a.) had said :- “After Ibn Abbas’s death a shaytaan would constantly appear before me in the form of Ibn Abbas whenever I started salaah. This got so worse that at times I was forced to break my salaah. So I decided to confront him next time he appeared and so I hid a dagger in my pocket and started salaah. When he came in front of me, I took out the dagger and jumped on him. He disappeared instantly and thereafter he never came back.”

The Jinns are as afraid of human beings as human beings are of them. However, when human beings portray their immense fear of the Jinns, the Jinns are encouraged and start pestering the person in all forms so that his fear would further intensify.

****One of those people, who are most likely to come under the possession of Jinn are those who fear them a lot.

If a person has full faith in Allah (SWT) he/she would know that no one can harm except by the Will of Allah. Even those people who do black magic, their magic is just a means of a person having a problem or problems in life. Complete faith is the path to bravery because the one can bow down to Allah (SWT) can stand up to anything, insha’Allah.

Allama Iqbal’s one poem contains a similar verse regarding Faith in Allah (SWT) alone.

“woh aik sajda jissay tuu giraan samajhta hai

hazaar sajdon se deta hai aadmi ko nijaat”

If the Arabs of Jahiliyah had used their heads in this regard they wouldn’t have been asking for the protection of Shaytaan before retiring for the night in uninhabited places.

Another point to take note of is that the more a person fears Jinn and Black Magic, the more it will have its effect. That doesn’t mean one should deny its being. Instead one should have full faith in Qadar (Fate) good or evil and always remember Allah (SWT). Without doubt, Islam is the remedy of all problems.

*Ahlus-Sunnah Wal Jamaa’ah are unanimously agreed that whosoever denies the existence of the Jinn is a Kaafir as such a person is rejecting what is reported in the Holy Qur’an.

**Reciting Surah Jinn is a cure form black magic as well.

***Narrated Ibn ‘Abbas (r.a.):
“The Prophet (S.A.W.W.) set out with the intention of going to Suq ‘Ukaz (market of ‘Ukaz) along with some of his companions. At the same time, a barrier was put between the devils and the news of heaven. Fire commenced to be thrown at them. The Devils went to their people, who asked them, “What is wrong with you?” They said, “A barrier has been placed between us and the news of heaven. And fire has been thrown at us.” They said, “The thing which has put a barrier between you and the news of heaven must be something which has happened recently. Go eastward and westward and see what has put a barrier between you and the news of heaven.” Those who went towards Tuhama came across the Prophet at a place called Nakhla and it was on the way to Suq ‘Ukaz and the Prophet was offering the Fajr prayer with his companions. When they heard the Qur’an they listened to it and said, “By Allah, this is the thing which has put a barrier between us and the news of heaven.” They went to their people and said, “O our people; verily we have heard a wonderful recital (Qur’an) which shows the true path; we believed in it and would not ascribe partners to our Lord.” Allah revealed the following verses to his Prophet (Surah ‘Jinn’): “Say: It has been revealed to me.” And what was revealed to him was the conversation of the Jinns.” [Sahih Bukhari: Volume 1, Book 12, Number 740]

****The following usually are the other reasons for possession. It must, however, be noted that possession can also happen due to black magic or simply a being a test in one’s life.

1. Jinn falling in love with a human being
2. If the Jinns are oppressed (pouring hot water in sinks, defecating or urinating in their homes (caves, holes etc))
3. When a person is under extreme anger
4. When a person is under extreme fear
5. When a person is indulging in prohibited acts.


15 thoughts on “Fear Of The Unseen”

  1. >>> only is the person allowed to use ta’weez with only Qur’anic verses and not some mumble-jumble stuff.

    This is a clear example of the ignorance of Arabs like you. Amils are experts in their fields and what you call mumble-jumble has actually protected a lot of people and is protecting them from the effects of black magic. The mumble-jumble (mumbo-jumbo?) is actually knowledge from Allah SWT to these blessed people. How dare you call it mumble jumble. You big headed arrogant Arabs think that anything that doesn’t make sense to your terms obsessed brain is mumble-jumble.

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  2. >>>when a person is in dire need of help and ruqyah etc haven’t cured him completely (this is usually in case of old magic) then only is the person allowed to use ta’weez with only Qur’anic verses and not some mumble-jumble stuff.

    That is the funniest piece of garbage I have ever heard. Why only in a dire state of need? Either it is allowed or it is not allowed. If it is allowed then it should be used whether a person is in a dire state of need or not, and if it is not allowed then it shoudn’t be, regardless of the state of need.

    >>>Allah (SWT) knows best, however what i know is that these Islamic scholars whom you abuse are at least not gay-sympathisers nor with filthy minds, unlike there abuser.

    That should be: unlike their abuser. Yes, they are not gay sympathisers. They are a bunch of hate filled morons who think all gays should be killed. Do some of you people not realise that they are human beings as well. Looking at the rate at which they are killed, I wouldn’t expect you to.

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  3. Cause more harm and become strong? Do jinns become stronger proportionate to the harm they cause? For God’s sake, get out of your fantasy world.

    this is one of the things that you are repeating and i presented an Ayaah from the Qur’an about this issue. only kaafirs do not believe in the Qur’an. i will REPEAT it.

    An Ifreet (strong) from the jinns said: “I will bring it to you before you rise from your place (council). And verily, I am indeed strong, and trustworthy for such work.” [The Noble Qur’an 27:39]

    By the way, you have also advised people to recite ruqyah as cure for magic. In Surah As-Saafaat there is an ayaah that says ‘wa hifzum min kulli shaytaanim maarid’.
    Meaning, “and for guard against all obstinate rebellious evil spirits”.

    As for the taweez my statements do not contradict rather you should think over things before leaping.
    when a person is in dire need of help and ruqyah etc haven’t cured him completely (this is usually in case of old magic) then only is the person allowed to use ta’weez with only Qur’anic verses and not some mumble-jumble stuff.

    As for cupping, have patience.

    Allah (SWT) knows best, however what i know is that these Islamic scholars whom you abuse are at least not gay-sympathisers nor with filthy minds, unlike there abuser.

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  4. Please read the first book on Islamic Humour. You can find it at Amazon and it explains the Jinn.

    The title of the book is; ‘The Humor of Islam…you’ll die laughing’

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  5. Instead of replying to the errors I pointed out in this post, you went on the defensive.

    Yes, Prophet Mohammad (S.A.W.) was an Arab, but he preached the truth. What most people preach today is deviated garbage. Arabs can rant all they want, but there is no excuse for someone who is not an Arab to be so blind and believe all the rubbish that they read.

    >>>As for ta’weez…it is not allowed is all cases.
    >>>the use of ta’weez is not encouraged much because people begin to believe that the ta’weez has such and such powers. as i said the Prophet s.a.w.w. also preferred if it was not used primarily.

    The two comments are contradictory. Can you make up your mind whether it is not allowed at all or whether it is not preferred. Not allowed and not preferred are two completely different things.

    >>>this also the belief of those most-hated-by-you Islamic scholars.

    The belief of Arabs is NOT that it is not to be used primarily. The belief of those morons is that it is shirk. Ask any Pakistani or Indian scholar and he will that you that calling Taweez shirk is shirk in itself

    >>>i am no advocate of Arabs…but i will defend whoever is on the path of Allah.

    People who preach that simply follow Islam and nothing will happen to you and people who are against the use of Taweez are not on the path of Allah SWT. If you want to defent those jahils then that is up to you.

    You still haven’t told us how cupping cures black magic and jinn possession.

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  6. well, your whole problem seems to be with the references being from Arabs. Hey, there is a breaking news for you, Muhammad s.a.w.w. was also an Arab.
    what i wrote is plain enough to an unbiased person. Allah (SWT) knows whether i am arrogant or not. i would feel very happy if someone would do the right prayer for me. as for me i already made the dua’a. once again you have to read carefully.

    after i have proven to you both by hadith and Qur’an u still do not accept. i have nothing to do with it. i had done my duty.

    Jinn is a general term…i fail to understand why can’t you understand direct talk. general term. human beings is general. an evil human being and a good human being is more specific than that.

    as for my words i stick to them. a shaytaan is shaytaan. it is common sense to know that a muslims jinn is called jinn whereas and evil jinn-one who plots against muslims is shaytaan. try not taking my words out of context as this way once again you are deviating people from the topic and turning them to the wrong path.

    i reply to your comment is quite clear.

    most books being written by Arabs…is that a sin or what? instead of complaining that Arabs are writing books that you somehow feel are against Islam and their own invented beliefs, then why don’t you write a book with CLEAR Qur’anic and Sunnah reference and also references from Sahih or at least Hasan Ahadith?

    I believe all that i can find evidence of in Qur’an and Sunnah.
    As for ta’weez…it is not allowed is all cases. like if one can find cure in supplications they needed go for ta’weez. there are ahadith where Muhammad s.a.w.w. has said that it may be used when the case was of severe affliction. Cauterization, which in one Hadith (Saheeh Bukhari) the Prophet s.a.w.w. disapproved of, in another Hadith (Saheeh Bukhari) it was reported that the Prophet s.a.w.w. allowed a Sahaba (r.a.) to use it.

    the use of ta’weez is not encouraged much because people begin to believe that the ta’weez has such and such powers. as i said the Prophet s.a.w.w. also preferred if it was not used primarily.

    this also the belief of those most-hated-by-you Islamic scholars.
    i am no advocate of Arabs…but i will defend whoever is on the path of Allah.

    you seem upset about the taweez issue and some people (u didn’t mention who has rejected it) and at the same time you also reject Ahadith and Qur’anic verses. reason being a hurt ego. one should grow above that.

    another thing…first try to calm down then comment.

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  7. >>>Imam Ibn Abdul Barr (a Sunni Islamic Scholar of high repute) said…o

    Why are you telling me what Iman Abdul Barr said? There are many Sunni scholars who are Arabs, who propagate deviated trash.

    >>>If one is mentioning the jinn purely of themselves, they are called jinni.

    What do you mean by purely. I hope you don’t mean a single jinn, because THAT IS WHAT I JUST TOLD YOU. Jinni is singular and Jinn or Jinns is plural. You told us that Jinni is a general term, which is wrong. Have you forgotten so quickly?

    >>>If one is mentioning the jinn that live among mankind, they are called aamar whose plural is amaar.

    You just told us that jinns who live in dwellings are aamir. Now you are telling us that jinns who live among mankind are aamir. Both are different things. Also, are they aamir or aamar. Make up your mind.

    >>>If one is mentioning the ones that antagonize the young, they are called arwaah.

    Antagonize? You just told us that the ones who MIX with the young are called arwaah. Do you not see a difference between mixing and antagozing? A good jinn may mix with children whereas a bad jinn may antagonize.

    >>>If one is mentioning the evil ones that antagonize humans they are called shaitan for the singular [and shayateen for plural].

    You clearly told us that evil jinns are called shayateen. When I pointed out your mistake you come here telling us that it is those who antagonize. Even then, do you not understand that non-Muslim jinns can also antagonize, therefore it is wrong to call them shayateen.

    >>>If they cause even more harm and become strong, they are called ‘Ifreet.”

    Cause more harm and become strong? Do jinns become stronger proportionate to the harm they cause? For God’s sake, get out of your fantasy world.

    After mentioning wrong terms you post a hadith about the different types of jinns ie. the ones that can fly, turn into animals and those that stop for rest. Then you start telling me about their abilities. LOL, who is asking you about their abilities? Also, the one’s that can fiy, turn into snakes or stop for rest has nothing to do with the useless and false terms you have used.

    Only people like you can use the term demons and spirits to confuse innocent people into thinking they are different types of makhlook. The only word that is appropriate is devils.

    When I asked you about Surah Jinn being a cure for black magic, you reply by saying that you only understand things that you are told directly. That is what I’m trying to tell you. Stop believing everything you read, mostly written by Arabs.

    >>>A person is brave if the person has taqwa. A shaytaan cannot enter the body of a mo’min. He cannot bear the adhkaar and prayers the mo’min does. It pains him. Many books have been written in this matter…

    For God’s sake, stop writing whatever garbage you read. Can a shaytaan not enter the body of a mo’min? Do you not know that some very religious people in the world today are suffering from jinn possession (and black magic)???

    Many books have been written in this manner? Books by who? Arabs?

    >>>“Jinn enter human bodies when man commits errors. However, if he lives according to the Qur’aan and the Sunnah of the Prophet ( ) and uses the prescribed supplications and prayer shields (tahassunaat) which the Prophet ( ) taught us, he will not be afflicted by the jinn.

    More garbage. Again, do you not know that there are some very religious people in the world today who are possessed?

    >>>I request before making nonsensical comments one should carefully research and not plan on making a record in writing in 5 minutes with utter nonsense.

    I like your humour there but can you tell me what you mean by researh. Well, you did prove to me that you have been visiting stupid websites by Arabs and people in the subcontinent who are Arab products. I don’t know what else could be “research”. Yes, reading a book may also count as “research” but the problem is, a lot of books have been written by Arabs who propagate whatever garbage comes inside their terms obsessed brain.

    >>>I fail to understand the hostility towards Arabs by some authors on this website.

    This is because along with the nonsensical terms and their useless comments about nothing will happen if you follow Islam, they also call the use of Taweez shirk. You mentioned that a person is a kafir if he does not believe in jinns since that is disbelieving the Holy Quran. TRUE. But what about those who disbelieve hadith? It is clearly mentioned in hadith that we can use Taweez so why do these morons call it shirk? Calling a hadith of Rasullulah shirk. Astaghfirullah.

    >>>May Allah give you the ability of following the siraat al mustaqeeem, ameen!

    You sound like you are perfect and follow the right path whereas I am a sinner. Why are you so arroagant, Momina? Shoudn’t that be: May Allah give US the ability?

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  8. Bismillah ir-Rehman ir-Raheem

    Whatever I write about, alhumdulillah, I try my best to find the best and strongest references for it. I DO NOT write anything based on my whims, unlike some people.

    Imam Ibn Abdul Barr (a Sunni Islamic Scholar of high repute) said, “The jinn, according to the scholars of the language, are of different types:

    1. If one is mentioning the jinn purely of themselves, they are called jinni.

    2. If one is mentioning the jinn that live among mankind, they are called aamar whose plural is amaar.

    3. If one is mentioning the ones that antagonize the young, they are called arwaah.

    4. If one is mentioning the evil ones that antagonize humans they are called shaitan for the singular [and shayateen for plural].

    5. If they cause even more harm and become strong, they are called ‘Ifreet.”

    An Ifreet (strong) from the jinns said: “I will bring it to you before you rise from your place (council). And verily, I am indeed strong, and trustworthy for such work.” [The Noble Qur’an 27:39]

    Types of Jinn:

    The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) mentioned that there were three different types of jinn:

    Abu Tha’labah al-Khushani said:
    The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, “The jinn are of three types: a type that has wings, and they fly through the air; a type that looks like snakes and dogs; and a type that stops for a rest then resumes its journey [i.e. they appear to be nomadic].” [Reported by al-Tahhaawi in Mushkil al-Athaar, 4/95, and by al-Tabaraani in al-Kabeer, 22/214. Shaykh al-Albaani said in al-Mishkaat (2/1206, no. 4148): al-Tahhaawi and Abu’l-Shaykh reported it with a saheeh isnaad]

    Their Abilities:

    The jinns have abilities beyond that of human beings. Some jinn can fly, they can appear in different forms, travel quickly, and have an extraordinary level of strength. Their bodies can also be sustained underneath the ground, underwater, or in outer space (i.e. flying near the Earth in the lowest heaven). The jinn have a much longer lifespan than humans, but they eventually die. Due to the fact that the bodies of the jinn were created from fire, when they die, their bodies evaporate into the air. Unlike man, whose body was created from the Earth, this is why humans decay and become one with the Earth when they die.

    The jinn may also appear in the guise of other creatures. For example, jinns can take the form of humans. This is mentioned in the following hadith:

    Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) said:
    The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) put me in charge of guarding the zakah of Ramadan. Someone came to me and started scooping up some of the food, and I said, “By Allah, I will take you to the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).”-He [the thief] complained of being in need and having dependents, so Abu Hurayrah took pity on him and let him go. This happened three times, and on the third occasion, -Abu Hurayrah said: “I will take you to the Messenger of Allah. This is the third time and each time you say that you will not come back, then you come back.” He [the thief] said, “Let me go and I will teach you something by means of which Allah will benefit you.” I said: “What is it?” he said: “When you go to bed, recite Ayat al-Kursi, “Allah. There is no god but He, the Living, the Self-subsisting, Eternal…” [2:255], until you complete the verse. Then you will always have a protector [angel] from Allah, and no devil will come near you until morning comes.” So I let him go, and the next morning I told the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) what had happened. The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “He told you the truth, although he is a liar. Do you know who you have been speaking to for three nights, O Abu Hurayrah?” He said: “No.” He said: “That was a devil [a shaytaan or evil jinn].” [al-Bukhari no. 3275]

    If one wants to reject what is mentioned in the Qur’an as well they may go ahead. They will just be doing wrong to themselves. One can also find this in the book ‘The world of Jinns and Devils’ by Umar Sulayman Al-Ashqaar. As for rooh it literally means spirit not soul. Nafs = souls. Plural anfus.

    The spirit is the living force and jinns cannot be denied of having life, hm?

    Anyway, the point is the authenticity of different types of Jinn and I have presented the references for it.

    “The shayaateen are from among the jinn; they are the rebellious ones and the most evil among them, just as the devils among mankind are the rebellious ones and the most evil among them. There are among the jinn, as is the case among mankind, devils who are the rebellious ones and the most evil, kaafirs and evildoers. There are also Muslims among them who are righteous and good.” Kitaab Majmoo’ Fataawa wa Maqaalaat Mutanawwi’ah li Samaahat al-Shaykh al-‘Allaamah ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn ‘Abd-Allaah ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him), vol. 9, p. 373

    As for using words like demons and evil etc. ??? Ya Rabbi! If one has to explain an Arabic term in English they should now invent their own words for it because, literally, the Christians have used almost every word!!

    ‘And stop writing words like devils , demons and spirits in brackets. Only Christians use those terms.’ It seems like incoherent speech to me.

    ‘Please stop writing whatever you have read on stupid websites. The bravest people can be possessed whereas the most cowardly may go through their entire life without ever being bothered by them. This is common sense.’

    First refer to the comment made by brother Rizwan on the topic ‘Inform you relatives…’

    If one likes to give critical analysis of an article they shouldn’t miss all points. I have also mentioned that sometimes such cases can be a test or trial from Allah (SWT).

    Sheikh ul Islam Ibn Taimiyyah (may Allah be pleased with him) explained, possession of the human by the jinn can occur from desires, lusts, passions, zealousness in the same way that a human is in accord with another human…And it also occurs, and this is the majority of the case, due to hatred and revenge. For example one of the humans harms a jinn or the jinn thinks the human was trying to harm them by urinating on some jinn or throwing some hot water on them, or a human might kill a jinn, even though a human might not have realized that.

    “Jinn enter human bodies when man commits errors. However, if he lives according to the Qur’aan and the Sunnah of the Prophet ( ) and uses the prescribed supplications and prayer shields (tahassunaat) which the Prophet ( ) taught us, he will not be afflicted by the jinn. The jinn may afflict one who is far from supplications, the Sunnah and Qur’ânic recitations.” Shaykh Sa‘eed Muhammad.

    Interview with Shaykh Muhammad Taahir ‘Abdul-Muhsin – BA in Islâmic Studies from al-Azhar University, specializing in qiraa‘aat, 1978. 10 years of exorcism practice.

    “Q. Based upon your communication with possessing jinn, what are the main reasons why jinn possess humans?
    A. The reasons are as follows:

    1. Walking around the house naked.

    2. Being isolated and unprotected by the prophetic morning and evening prayers.

    3. Entering the toilet without the fortifying prayers because the toilets are among the dwelling places of the jinn.

    4. Pouring hot water on the jinnee without mentioning Allaah’s name.

    5. Going without making the fortifying prayers to areas of the jinn, like mountain tops and garbage dumps, hurting them by urinating on them or stepping on them – The jinn may then ignorantly hurt the person much more than he deserves. In such cases, the treatment involves addressing the jinnee and telling it that the patient had accidentally – and not intentionally – hurt it. If it was harmed in the patient’s home, it should be told that it had not right to be there in the first place, for jinn are not allowed to live in the homes of humans. Thus, the jinnee should be told that it is in the wrong. The will actually reply. Sometimes they will say, “I love him.” Other times they may threaten those in their presence by saying, “I will leave and hurt him.” In such cases, the exorcist must have strong faith and believe in the oneness of Allaah and say to the jinnee, “You are certainly not able to do anything at all because the only one who can benefit or harm is Allaah.” At that point, the jinnee will become fearful and cause the person to shake.”

    A person is brave if the person has taqwa. A shaytaan cannot enter the body of a mo’min. He cannot bear the adhkaar and prayers the mo’min does. It pains him.

    Many books have been written on this matter. Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allaah have mercy on him) mentioned a great deal on this topic in his books. There is also a book by one of the scholars entitled al-Marjaan fi Bayaan Ahkaam al-Jaan, by al-Shibli, which is a useful book. There are other books written on this topic as well. You can look for them and ask for them in any bookstore. You could also read the books of Tafseer and learn from the commentary on Soorat al-Jinn and the other aayahs from Soorat al-Ahqaaf and elsewhere which speak of the jinn. You can learn a lot from what the mufassireen (may Allaah have mercy on them) said about the jinn, both the good and the bad among them.
    Lets move to some of the other stuff you have written

    ‘Reciting Surah Jinn is a cure form black magic as well.

    Ok, please tell me where you got this from. I’m not saying it is false because reciting any surah of the Holy Quran will have benefits. Because of this fact you get away with what you wrote, but you know very well what I want to say.’

    I only understand things that I am told about directly. As for surah al-Jinn, it is part of the many surahs that is recommendd to say in Ar-Ruqyatush Sharee’ah.

    As for me, I believe in the Oneness of Allah alone. I believe in the pillars of Islam and follow them to the utmost, may Allah increase my abilities in this regard (ameen!) Shahadah, Salaah, Zakah, Sawm and Hajj. No addition no subtraction. I believe Muhammad s.a.w.w. was a prophet. The best human being but not an intercessor of my prayers between my Lord and I. I do not believe in any kind of follow-ups to the prophethood whatever name one may give to it. I do not worship graves (utter stupidity). I believe that mutah, sighe, misyar (and what other terms are used for this trash) are form of prostitution that corrupt, wayward and fake mullahs preach (may Allah do justice with them, ameen!).

    If you have read my other comments and posts you would know what nationality I belong to. Common sense. However, I fail to understand the hostility towards Arabs by some authors on this website.

    What I say is what Islam says. What I say is what the Prophet s.a.w.w. said and practiced. What I say is what Allah (SWT) has revealed to mankind in His Book.

    I request before making nonsensical comments one should carefully research and not plan on making a record in writing in 5 minutes with utter nonsense.

    May Allah give you the ability of following the siraat al mustaqeeem, ameen!

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  9. The terms you have mentioned for jinns sound like a joke.

    >>>In Arabic when Jinn are mentioned in general terms they call them with the word Jinni.

    Jinni is not a general term. Jinni is singular. Jinn or Jinns is plural. If there is a general term then that is Jinns.

    >>>Jinns dwelling in houses are called ‘Aamir (dweller). [do not mistake it with the name Aamir that is derived from the name/word ‘Amr, meaning longevity.]

    This is totally wrong. You sound like a specific group have a dwelling while others don’t.

    >>>Those Jinns that interact with children are called Arwaah(spirits).

    Do you even know the definition of the word Arwah? Arwah is the plural of Rooh, and the word Rooh literally means soul. It is wrongly used as a general term to refer to Jinns and Hamzaad. Also, any jinn can interact with children.

    >>>An evil Jinn is called Shaytaan (devil).

    An evil jinn is NOT a Shaytaan. A non-Muslim jinn can be evil but he/she is not a Shaytaan.

    >>>If the Jinn is worse than Shaytaan he/she is called Maarid (demon).

    Oh God! What is worse or better than shaytaan? Either a jinn is a shaytaan or he/she is not a shaytaan. And stop writing words like devils , demons and spirits in brackets. Only Christians use those terms.

    >>>If he/she is worse than that as well, he/she is called ‘Ifreet.

    Once again, there is no worse or better.

    Lets move to some of the other stuff you have written

    >>>**One of those people, who are most likely to come under the possession of Jinn are those who fear them a lot.

    Please stop writing whatever you have read on stupid websites. The bravest people can be possessed whereas the most cowardly may go through their entire life without ever being bothered by them. This is common sense.

    >>>**Reciting Surah Jinn is a cure form black magic as well.

    Ok, please tell me where you got this from. I’m not saying it is false because reciting any surah of the Holy Quran will have benefits. Because of this fact you get away with what you wrote, but you know very well what I want to say.

    The overall theme of this post is that just be brave, religious, believe in destiny and nothing will happen to you. It is true that a person should be religious and brave, but haven’t you heard of the most religious people out there suffering from possession and black magic. Are you as naive as you portray to be or have been visiting saudi websites too much? That can be the only reason for the messed up terms and the overall wahhabi nature of this post. You haven’t revealed your nationality to us. Do you happen to be a saudi by any chance? I still remember how you told us that cupping cures posession and black magic. I dare you to bring some proof. I hope you didn’t undergo cupping, losing blood, because that can affect the brain negatively. One reason why you would preach wahhabi garbage.

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