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Treatment of Sihr al-mahabba (Magic of Love)

Recite the Ruqya mentioned in the Second-Stage of Treatment – Omitting verse (Al-baqara: 102), and replacing it with (At-Taghabun: 14-16). I have compiled an Audio file accordingly. Download bellow. Download: Ruqya_for_Magic_of_Love.mp3 In most cases, the patient does not become epileptic, but his/her limbs become numb, his/her chest tightens, he/she has a headache or a bad stomachache, especially if he/she happens to have...

Third stage of Treatment of Sihr, Magic, Witchcraf...

If you have not read the First and Second Stage of Treatment, you may want to read them here: First Stage of Treatment Second Stage of Treatment (Important) Now we come to the Third stage, also known as the Post-Treatment. If the patient recovers through the Stage 2 (Ruqya) of the treatment and feels well, you should praise Allaah Who has made it possible. It should give you the feeling that we are all in need of Allaah,...

Third Condition of Patient during Ruqya

It often points to the possibility that the patient is not bewitched and that there is no sign of a jinn.  The patient may not feel anything during the recitation of Ruqya. In this case, you should further diagnose the case, asking for more details to confirm if it is not a medical illness. Reciting the Ruqya at least three times would be suffice to determine a verdict. However, if some symptoms exist (in the history of the...

Second Condition of Patient During Ruqya

During the recitation of Ruqya, the patient feels dizzy, shivers or has a severe headache; but would not become epileptic. In this case, repeat the Ruqya (2nd stage) three times. If the patient does become epileptic then follow the 2nd stage as mentioned before. Now, if the patient does not become epileptic with repeating the Ruqya, but his shivering or headaches begin to ease, then recite the ruqya as in the 2nd stage for...

Seeking help from a Muslim Jinn

Question Is it permissible to seek treatment with one who claims that he has dealings with a doctor from among the Muslim jinn? Answer It is not permissible to seek the help of the jinn for medical treatment or anything else, and it is not permissible to go to one who claims to do that. The Muslim should not be deceived by the success of anyone’s treatment or seeing the effects of that, for the Dajjaal will tell the sky to...

Ruling on seeking help from the Qareen Jinn Compan...

Question There is a person who appears outwardly to be righteous, but he says that he treats people by means of the qareen (i.e., his qareen asks the sick person’s qareen, and he tells him about the sickness). Please note that he does not ask the sick person about his mother’s name. What is the ruling on this action? And what is the ruling on going to these people? Answer There are many actions contrary to sharee’ah...