Assalam alayekum, I have a question that has been bothering me for a while.Many muslims attest to having a "good -jinn" which guides them to the right path in terms of Ibadah. It sometimes comes to them in form of a spirit and you will notice a big change in the person e.g. a woman talking in a man's voice.I grew up hearing it alot but it seems like shirk to me. Please advice.
As Salamu Aleikum Wa Rahmatu Allahi Wa Barakatohu. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. Before I would like to forward my question(s) on the subject of the relation between humans and jinns, kindly note my appreciation for your noble work. I pray to Allah S.W.T. to bless you and increase your rewards for your service and to fill your lives with joy and success. My question is again about the relation between human beings and jinns: What means the Arabic word "taskhir" and what does it mean with specific regard to jinns? And is it possible for humans to contact those jinns who are Muslims? If yes, what is the Islamic ruling on contacting Muslim jinns? I am asking the last two questions because the issue hasn't become much clear to me though they were answered by Azharite Scholar Subh.
As-salamu `alaykum.For nearly 2 weeks. I?m seeking the answer of a question that comes to my mind described in the following paragraphs:As far as I knowFrom www.IslamOnline.net (Search : ?jinn paralyses?)?Because jinn can see us while we cannot see them, the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) taught us many ways to protect ourselves from their harm. They are seeking the refuge of Allah from the accursed Satan, reciting Surat Al-Falaq and Surat An-Nas, and reciting the words taught by Allah in the Qur?an. Allah Almighty says, ?And say: My Lord! I seek refuge in Thee from suggestions of the evil ones. And I seek refuge in Thee, my Lord, lest they be present with me.? (Al-Mu?minun: 97-98)?Saying bismillah, (in the name of Allah) before entering one?s home, eating or drinking, and having intercourse will keep Satan from entering the house or partaking with a person in his food, drink and sexual activity. Similarly, mentioning the name of Allah before entering the toilet or taking off one?s clothes will prevent the jinn from seeing a person in a state of undress or harming him?And I also know that from www.IslamOnline.net?We have in the traditions of our prophet (pbuh) and the biography of early Muslim physicians much evidences to the value of reading the Quran and using its verses as therapy and a form of exorcism.?So, if we evaluate all the informations above we can come to a conclusion that ?Alhamdulilah we are muslims. We dont have to fear from jinns. As our Prophet taught us many ways to protect ourselves from their harm. Even in case of a jinn possession, reading the Quran and using its verses as therapy and a form of exorcism would In sha Allah help us?.(Coming to my question :)?However, I could had been borned to be a non-muslim (Budhist, Shamanist, Christian, Jewish, any religion and belief). I could had no knowledge, lack of knowledge or misunderstanding about Islam. If I were a non-muslim, would not I have been protected against jinns and gotten heal from jinns possessions? In another words, are there any protection ways for non-muslisms like muslims (the ways our prophet taught us) and how could non-muslims heal from the jinn possessions (muslims by reading Quran) ? Is Allah merciful to the non-muslims as just as to the muslims in this issue??I would be pleased if you can make a clarification on this issue by considering the following time intervals (Satan excites apprehension ) : ? The History before existence of Islam (Pre-Islam. I could had been borned anytime in the history before Islam as a non-muslim and had no knowledge on God and any prophet), ? History from the existence of Islam till today, ? Today and the future. Thanks a lot. May Allah be with us.
Salam. I wanted to know what Quraan, Hadith and Islam in general has to say about black cats. I am getting a black kitten and my family keeps saying that black cats are jinn and that jinn are allways black cats. I am very confused and want to know if this is just superstition or if there is some actual Islamic logic behind it.thank you.
As-salam-u-alikum. Q.)Sir, here in Pakistan, there are many superstitions regarding Jinn (ghost). Most of the people think that Jinn (ghost) dominates over the man/woman who use perfumes. A person who has fair complexion & good-looking should not use perfume as he might be loved by Jinn. I could not understand this because using perfume is the sunnah of our Holy Prophet (S.A.W). How it can be risky??? People also say that if someone urinates near a tree or a plant, there are also attacked by Jin (ghost) as tree are the house of Jinn. What does ISLAM say on such issues?
Is it possible to contact Muslim jinns? If yes, is it prohibited or allowed in Islam? Please answer these two questions clearly.
Salamun aleykum,I have several questions about jinn, spirit possession which I compiled them in to two parts.The first part consists of:Question 1: According to Islamic Law (Fiqh), a person who is possessed by jinns, spirits could be legally counted to be an insane?Quesiton 2: Legally (Acc. to Fiqh) is it possible to apply to people who are religious, reliable and have spirit medium capabilities to proof that such a person is really possessed by jinns, spirits?Question 3: If a person shows some symptoms of jinn possession and when the family, neighbours,friends and people around the person understand and observe that the person is possesed by jinns, in such a situatiton is the person legally counted to be an insane?Thanks for your help. May Allah (C.C.) be with us.
Assalamualaikum,I was wondering if you can explain to me how a person gets touch of shatan(if he is controlling the back of their head)?Also can you list the symptoms which occur if a person has this problem. Are symptoms such as depression,laziness,dizziness,feeling trapped,feeling un-normal and physical and mental slowness all related to this problem?Gazak-Allah
Assalamalikoum. If a muslim makes a roqiah using a muslim djinn, is it lawful?given that this person does not ask for money but practices fisabilillah just for good purposes
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. Could you please give me more clarification on jinn possession and how can it be removed or avoided? Jazakum Allah khayran.
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. Allah says in the Qur’an that He has sent the Messengers among human beings and the jinn but I want to know whether any Prophet came among the jinn also? Jazakum Allah khayran.
According to popular belief, ‘susuk’ is a small piece of gold, silver or metal, which is inserted into one’s body to make him/her attractive. What is the ruling for such an act?
As-Salamu `alaykum. Is it impermissible to write fictional stories about the Jinn? Thanks.
Dear scholars, as-Salam `Alaykum. Would you tell us what the word Qareen means? Some people claim that they have seen demons, taking different shapes and talking to them, in their dreams and could not help doing anything except seeking refuge in Allah against this evil spirit. When they wake up, they feel very disturbed. What does this mean and is there any way to exorcise such demons?