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Multiple Questions, About Ruqya, Magic, and Jinn in Islam

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Hello & thanks in advance for any response. I’m actually a Christian but I need prayers for my Muslim friend and also i need some questions answered on why a highly respected Sheikh would even be talking about black magic all the time as well as insisting that the only reason my friend is sick & not recovering is because the (alleged victims/targets) of the magic did not pay him the thousands of dollars he had asked for. Which (in his defense)he said is only to cover the cost of some expensive incense that needs to be burned. Also in all fairnes to his side of the argument,as i hear he is a highly respected man in his country & has done many good deeds for my friend & others too. But i want to know……

1- Is a true Muslims “Man of God” even supposed to insist on black magic getting reversed/removed as the ONLY way for my friend to get better & not end up d***??

2- Is it possible for magic from an item (intended for someone else) to be transfered to another person just because this other person touched it??

3- Are incense even a necessary part of the work of a “true man of God” removing black magic from someone?? (FYI) he’d also asked for almost all the things you mentioned on your list of what signs to look for in a magician. (Mother’s name,clothing..)

(The original target of this magic item do not believe in magic of any kind & also would never agree to give 1000′s to someone they don’t even know because he claims there was magic done on them but this Sheikh had insisted that he gets the item & later due to some misunderstandings he ended up working on removing it without the knowledge of the target ppl. So…

4- According to Islam, is my friends’ healing or release from magic really even dependant on whether the originally targeted people end up giving him this man (Sheikh) the “sacrifice”/ money in order for my friend to get better ???

Please answer my above questions & also pray for him and his family. God bless…

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“1- Is a true Muslims “Man of God” even supposed to insist on black magic getting reversed/removed as the ONLY way for my friend to get better & not end up d***??”
No, it is Not permissible to cure blackmagic with counter-blackmagic. Since blackmagic requires acts of polytheism and the Prophet (pbuh) only allowed treatment of such cases through methods that does not involve polytheism.

“2- Is it possible for magic from an item (intended for someone else) to be transfered to another person just because this other person touched it?? ”
No, magic is bound to a victim through a Charm, in other words, a piece of paper that has writings on it, pointing towards a trace that belongs to the victim. Traces like Hair, Nails, Garment belonging to the victim. So touching that charm would do nothing.

“3- Are incense even a necessary part of the work of a “true man of God” removing black magic from someone?? (FYI) he’d also asked for almost all the things you mentioned on your list of what signs to look for in a magician. (Mother’s name,clothing..)”
Incense is basically the main tool of Wicca practitioners. Those who practice witchcraft and paganism, burn incense of different sort, depending on which type of demon they wish to summon. However, people often use incense in Mosques but there is nothing wrong with that, unless you use it to cure blackmagic by calling upon a demon /jinn with it.

“4- According to Islam, is my friends’ healing or release from magic really even dependant on whether the originally targeted people end up giving him this man (Sheikh) the “sacrifice”/ money in order for my friend to get better ???”
Islam does not allow such treatments as you mentioned above. This is Haraam and not permissible. A True Muslim Healer would never ask for money, because we Muslims believe that only Allaah can reward us, and we do everything merely for the sake of Allaah.

People like these will Always tell you that you are bewitched. It is their business. They can speak to your Qareen (Companion Jinn), and find out your weakness and your daily workouts. He will then lure you with your interests he found through your Qareen and eventually bankrupt you.

According to Islam, Treatment for Magic is very generic. It is the recitation of some Chapters/verses of Quran that provokes the jinn appointed to that task. Then you simply ask the jinn where the Charm is buried/ concealed; and once you get rid of the charm everything is back to normal by Allaah’s Leave.

It is not an effort really, that would cost 1000s of dollars/pounds. In fact, people often donate but the healer will Never ask you to fill his pocket up Before a treatment.

I hope I have answered your questions. Please keep your questions coming.

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Thank you very much for your prompt response. I actually do have many questions about this but i’m trying to (as much as possible) keep my questions very generic since this problems involves other people’s personal life & this is a public forum. It’s also about a religion & a subject (magic) that i’m not at all familiar with and for all i know maybe in some Islamic sects this man’s ways are accepted & considered the works of a good Muslim & in another sect it may be considered forbidden & unholy. This is what i’m trying to figure out & learn about now after almost 6 months of witnessing everything deteriorate in my friend’s life while i tell myself “Maybe it’s a Muslim thing & i should not question the validity of an Islamic elder when i don’t know anything about the religion”.

Also i keep wanting to consider the possibility that (Islamically correct or not) maybe this man’s intentions are good even if his ways are considered wrong according to the religion. These are things that i keep in consideration (even now as i am in the process of officially questioning this man’s advices & methods) because i don’t want to allow myself to accidently cross the lines of being fair to all characters involved (even the seemingly suspicious ones)…

Now, as for my counter response to the valuable answers you’ve provided. Please note that my questions will be marked by a line (-) and my side notes will be marked by an astrid (*)

About Question # 1 you replied…

“No,it is Not permissible to cure blackmagic with counter-blackmagic. Since blackmagic requires acts of polytheism and the Prophet (pbuh) only allowed treatment of such cases through methods that does not involve polytheism”

* Although i agree with your answer but what if the man had never specified the exact methods he’ll be using for removing the magic..When i 1st started hearing about this story i never questioned my friend on what exactly this man meant by “removing the magic from the item” that has black magic on it..I always assumed that since this man is considered a top spiritual leader & my friend has high regards for him and also because it’s not my religion so i just didn’t think that i should really question this man in any way.

– But is it still possible that what he meant by curing the black magic might’ve been by praying?? Or would you still give the same answer regardless of whether he actually said “praying” or not???

– Did you maybe assume that he meant (counter-black magic) because i used the word “reverse”???

* If the answer is “yes” then let me explain that although i don’t remember hearing about him saying “reverse the magic” but because of the things i heard about it were at times more like a description something being reversed & not just canceled..So this was why i included the word “reverse” in my original question.

– Would you have still given the same answer if i’d only used the word “remove” in my question ???

About Question #2….

“No, magic is bound to a victim through a Charm, in other words, a piece of paper that has writings on it, pointing towards a trace that belongs to the victim….”

* In this case the item was not a piece of paper.

– Does it make a difference???

– Please explain what you mean by..”pointing towards a trace that belongs to the victim”

* Your answer may be based on what Islam teaches (and that is the area i want my answers from) but let’s assume for a minute with 100% certainty that this man was speaking as a magician…

– Would your answer still be the same ??

* Based on what you may know about magicians does it make sense (even by magicians rules) that a curse or black magic can be transferred from an object to a person it was not intended for??

* I’ve also heard that this person has said on many occasions that once he starts working on removing the magic from the item he is risking the magic going on him…

– Could this also be true by any Islamic or even Magicians’ book of rules????

About Question #3….

“However, people often use incense in Mosques but there is nothing wrong with that, unless you use it to cure blackmagic by calling upon a demon /jinn with it.”

* I agree, just as we Christians do in our churches which i assume is only for the ambiance. And yes without a doubt the incense were mentioned countless of times as “absolutely necessary” for the process and in fact they were the reason for what this man has called “my work” or “the victims sacrifice” never being completed”..(meaning the cost price of the incense).

– So according to your answer would i be right to draw the conclusion that anyone insisting on incense being used while he is working on helping the victim of magic is definitly describing an act of a magician and not just an Islamic holy man’s methods of helping a victim ???

You also said…

“Those who practice witchcraft and paganism, burn incense of different sort, depending on which type of demon they wish to summon.”
* Based on what i heard he’s claimed that the incense were only to call upon “good Jinns” & “Angels” for council & guidance while praying.

– What would you say about that ???

About Question #4….

“Islam does not allow such treatments as you mentioned above. This is Haraam and not permissible. A True Muslim Healer would never ask for money, because we Muslims believe that only Allaah can reward us, and we do everything merely for the sake of Allaah.”

* I know your above answered questions make it seem unnecessary for me to ask any more questions here & i agree with everything you said (morally as well as based on my own religion) but he is claiming that he was under the impression that the victims would pay for it or as he calls it “make the sacrifice” or “pay the gift” or “cost of the incense ONLY”…

– In that case would he be within his rights to still be insisting on being paid (according to Islam) ???

* Also what i really meant by my #4 question was not so much about the moral aspect of it but more so to find out if it’s even a part of the Magic Rules (according to Islam rules on magic removal) If a victims’ healing or release from magic is based on the covenant /agreements/promise kept between the victim & the man of God trying to heal or release him from it.

– Can this be true or valid law according to Islam rules for removal of magic or even magician rules for removing magic ???

– Could the complete cancelation & freedom from black magic (by anyone’s rules book) be based on this particular rule this man claims ???

* What makes this story sound more bizzare & almost funny to me is that in this case the man of God is saying that the “present victim” is not released from the magic because “the original victim” (other ppl) did not pay for his work when he was working on it for them..And because later (I never figured out how or why exactly) but somehow the so called “present victim” (my friend) came into contact with the cursed item & as a consequence the black magic will stay on my friend until “the original victims” pay for the incense or “sacrifice” etc..or else he will d**!!

– Does this even make sense according to Islam rules on magic or even by magicians’ rules on how magic removal works ????

In closing…

I’m sorry for making my questions long & too time consuming to read & respond to. It is only because there are a lot of specifics to this story & because it’s all accumulated questions that i’m finally allowing myself to really ask from a Muslim who is also dedicated to this topic.

Please answer all my questions if possible.

Each one of them are very important for helping me decide what may be happening to my friend and how i can possibly help him and his family because it is more than one person being devestated by all this and it’s been going on for almost a year. It’s about time that someone starts asking the right questions & i’m hoping i’m asking them in the right place. I feel i may have even waited too long to really start trying to get to the bottom of this bizzare situation.

Hope it’s not too late and please pray for my friend, his family, myself & even the man in question to come out of this situation with clarification & Godly guidance & protection from anything evil.

God bless and again thanks in advance for your upcoming response.

I should explain that what i really meant by “keeping my questions generic” was that i’m trying to exclude the detailed chain of events which would probably make it simpler to get the point across & easier for the reader to form an opinion & give me irrefutable answers but at the same time this would risk revealing too much about the ppl involved. So for this reason i chose to share only briefed versions of the facts & concentrated more on going into asking detailed & varied questions instead. :)

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“- But is it still possible that what he meant by curing the black magic might’ve been by praying?? Or would you still give the same answer regardless of whether he actually said “praying” or not???
– Did you maybe assume that he meant (counter-black magic) because i used the word “reverse”???”

First of all, I assumed and perceived him as a deceiver who plays magic and acts as a man of God, apparently. The reason for assuming this was,
1 – You said he asked for money in advance,
2 – You said, “(FYI) he’d also asked for almost all the things you mentioned on your list of what signs to look for in a magician. (Mother’s name,clothing..)”
These items are used because they keep a unique scent and an identity in them. Whosoever asks for this is using Magic, simple is that.
3 – Another major reason was that, you said, “The original target of this magic item do not believe in magic of any kind & also would never agree to give 1000′s to someone they don’t even know because he claims there was magic done on them but this Sheikh had insisted that he gets the item & later due to some misunderstandings he ended up working on removing it without the knowledge of the target ppl.”

This again clearly proves that he plays with magic. Since there is no way one can find out who bewitched whom; unless,
• – Either, you have a jinn/demon working for you; that tell you whether the client that has come is bewitched or not. In fact, these people will Always tell you that the reason for your sickness is due to Magic done on you. Like I said before, it is their business.
• – OR, if you manage to recite the Ruqya (the recitation for healing), and provoke the jinn bound to that magic and ask him (the jinn) about the situation. There is absolutely no way one can find out about this.

So if he assumed or confirmed that your friend is bewitched, without a Ruqya, then he is apparently a Magician/ MORE LIKELY, he is only trying to play with your subconscious and simply making up this story when in fact there is no such thing as magic done on him.

I do not possess the specifics of this matter so I cannot assume further into this matter. However it is much generalized – “If there is a simple and a basic way of exorcising a Patient, one that does not require incense or expensive medicine but mere recitation of the Quran, then why chooses the hard way?”
Mind you, if there is any sacrifice involved in your friend’s treatment, it is for sure the work of a magician. The easiest and probably the only way a magician can heal others (truly) is to sacrifice a living creature in the name of the demon. Since he has already agreed on preaching evil in his society, hence curing someone requires a major sacrifice.

“- Does it make a difference???
– Please explain what you mean by..”pointing towards a trace that belongs to the victim””

Charms are of different sort. I will reply to this question disregarding the situation that your friend is in. Magicians may even bewitch Water/Food and even Perfume. Next, whosoever drinks from that water and eats from that Food, or even uses that Perfume will be caught by it. But Magicians again need to specify it, because, if one jinn is bound to a perfume, and if, suppose, 50 people use that perfume, it will not be possible to the jinn to complete the task for he cannot judge which one was the real victim. So instead, the magician asks for the Mother’s name of the victim – from his client – Making it easier for the Jinn to act on the only target that has the mother’s name provided.

So what I meant by ‘pointing towards a trace that belongs to the victim’, is that – the magician writes on a piece of paper all the praises to the demons, and then writes down Direction (as in – how to harm/act the target), and then points towards the trace of the victim (hair/clothing etc).
So the jinn takes the order from the Charm, and next he looks for his target, which is confirmed from the Traces of the victim bound within the charm – All the piece of paper with directions and name of the victim’s mother, and the traces are sealed/tied together as one piece.

“* Your answer may be based on what Islam teaches (and that is the area i want my answers from) but let’s assume for a minute with 100% certainty that this man was speaking as a magician…
– Would your answer still be the same ??”

I do not understand this question, if you would like to go through it once more. If you wish to know whether my answers are based on the Islamic teachings then Yes. There is a book by the name, “The exorcist tradition in Islam – By Dr. Bilal Philips”. You will learn how people have improvised different ways of curing their patients. In the end, it comes down to one simple rule stated by the Prophet (peace be upon him): That anyone may benefit/cure his brother, through any method, provided that the methods does not involve acts of polytheism.

By now you might think – What if this man of God, truly has an improvised way of treating his patients, one that does not involve polytheism? The answer is clear from the above discussion. All of his methods point towards the use of Magic. Why choose such a hard and expensive method to heal a patient when All praise is due to Allaah, we possess a very simple way of exorcism through the teachings of Islam and from the life of the Prophet (peace be upon him).

“- Based on what you may know about magicians does it make sense (even by magicians rules) that a curse or black magic can be transferred from an object to a person it was not intended for??
* I’ve also heard that this person has said on many occasions that once he starts working on removing the magic from the item he is risking the magic going on him…
– Could this also be true by any Islamic or even Magicians’ book of rules????”

I hope you now know the answer to this one. If not, you may refer to the answers I wrote in reply to your earlier questions in this comment.

“- So according to your answer would i be right to draw the conclusion that anyone insisting on incense being used while he is working on helping the victim of magic is definitly describing an act of a magician and not just an Islamic holy man’s methods of helping a victim ???”

If you sum this “use of incense” up with the other specifics that you have given me about this person, then obviously Yes. I already wrote on how one can assume whether a person is playing with Magic.

“* Based on what i heard he’s claimed that the incense were only to call upon “good Jinns” & “Angels” for council & guidance while praying.
– What would you say about that ???”

First of all, angels are a Programmed creation of Allaah, they do not possess a free-will to follow traces of good smell in this world when they have better things to do. However, Jinn may follow incense but a good jinn is not allowed to contact this world, as we are not allowed to contact their world. So basically, whichever jinn contacts this world is not a good-jinn. He may even appear as a good Muslim, but he is viable to trick you by the end of the day. It has been known throughout history how people have been tricked by so called Muslim-jinn helping people and eventually ask them for Sins in return for all their help.

“* I know your above answered questions make it seem unnecessary for me to ask any more questions here & i agree with everything you said (morally as well as based on my own religion) but he is claiming that he was under the impression that the victims would pay for it or as he calls it “make the sacrifice” or “pay the gift” or “cost of the incense ONLY”…
– In that case would he be within his rights to still be insisting on being paid (according to Islam) ???”

I do not strictly say that one cannot earn a living by doing such a good thing. But I have not heard of incense that costs over 1k, as you speak. One ought to always donate something if one feels that the Healer is in need of money for his living. There is another Forbidden tradition some people follow. It is called the Zar-circle. In short, it is a ritual where women dance and play music of the choice of the Jinn that dwells within the patient. Later on, on the seventh day of this ritual, they offer a sacrifice to this Demon. With that done, the Jinn leaves the Patient ‘happily’. I hope this is enough for you to understand the difference between the two. Offering a sacrifice or Pleasing the Jinn in order to get him out of the possessed body is forbidden. Because ‘That – sacrifice for the jinn (or anyone other than Allaah Alone)’ is All the demons are on a mission to spread among Mankind. Hence, it is mere promoting the work of Satan instead of countering.

“* Also what i really meant by my #4 question was not so much about the moral aspect of it but more so to find out if it’s even a part of the Magic Rules (according to Islam rules on magic removal) If a victims’ healing or release from magic is based on the covenant /agreements/promise kept between the victim & the man of God trying to heal or release him from it.
– Can this be true or valid law according to Islam rules for removal of magic or even magician rules for removing magic ???
– Could the complete cancelation & freedom from black magic (by anyone’s rules book) be based on this particular rule this man claims ???”

Basically, when the jinn is provoked and asked of where he has buried/hidden the charm. Muslims then offer him to embrace Islam for the rewards that awaits him, and the glad tidings that he can finally set himself free from the Magician with a few verses. Most of the Jinn agree on accepting Islam because they are most of the times forced by the Witch to have them fulfill his/her tasks. If the person is a Muslim, we repeat the already revealed teachings of Islam – on how it is bad for a Muslim to harm another Muslim. Eventually the jinn often cries with joy and happiness and by learning the true meaning of Islam. This way the jinn promises to leave and never come back.

However, there are wicked Jinn – whom, after being burnt with the recitation of Quran, come to the point where he puts forward a condition. He offers the healer that if he swears by the name of a Demon or any Human, other than Allaah, he would leave the patient immediately. And I believe that is the Ultimate test. The healer may be tired and might wish to simply be over with the exorcism just by swearing on the name of a creation of Allaah, but that again serves the purpose of the Jinn.

So in the end, it depends on what type of promise/covenant you refer to. If it is a good promise, never to come back and bother the patient, and to live with the Muslim jinn, then OK. But if he asks the healer to do something Evil then the answer should be No.

“* What makes this story sound more bizzare & almost funny to me is that in this case the man of God is saying that the “present victim” is not released from the magic because “the original victim” (other ppl) did not pay for his work when he was working on it for them..And because later (I never figured out how or why exactly) but somehow the so called “present victim” (my friend) came into contact with the cursed item & as a consequence the black magic will stay on my friend until “the original victims” pay for the incense or “sacrifice” etc..or else he will d**!!
– Does this even make sense according to Islam rules on magic or even by magicians’ rules on how magic removal works ????”

I hope by now you realize what magic means and how it is done.

“And they followed [instead] what the devils had recited during the reign of Solomon. It was not Solomon who disbelieved, but the devils disbelieved, teaching people magic and that which was revealed to the two angels at Babylon, Harut and Marut. But the two angels do not teach anyone unless they say, “We are a trial, so do not disbelieve [by practicing magic].” And [yet] they learn from them that by which they cause separation between a man and his wife. But they do not harm anyone through it except by permission of Allah. And the people learnt what harms them and does not benefit them. But the Children of Israel certainly knew that whoever purchased the magic would not have in the Hereafter any share. And wretched is that for which they sold themselves, if they only knew.” (Quran: al-baqara: 102)

Magic was first brought down by then two angels Haroot and Maroot – as a Trial, and the Ultimate use of Magic was – Separation.

I do not possess any knowledge of who this OTHER PEOPLE or ORIGINAL VICTIM is, but if he is a friend or a known person, then it could be that the person wishes to get money, and ultimately cause separation between the two.
Only Allaah Knows Best.

Best is that a person contacts the Imaam of his Masjid, and tell him about his problems. If the medical cannot confirm the cause of the sickness, and if the symptoms match those of the symptoms of Magic, then even an Imaam can recite the Ruqya, if he is strong enough to talk to a jinn and not feel frightened. If not, he may even point you to a True Healer. One way or another, IF – your friendly really is bewitched, a true healer will never require Incense or Medicine or even a Word from the Original victims or whatsoever is the story. Islam is much generalized. It is the Media and people who claim to be men of God, but are deceivers and nothing more.

If your friend is a Muslim, tell him to learn the chapters and the verses for Protection from Evil. Nothing can harm him without the Leave of Allaah, and it is Only for Allaah to decide whether the time has come for one to leave this world, and not a Jinn.
I hope I have answered your questions, please keep your questions coming.

P.S, if there is anything you would like to mention privately, you may e-mail me at

jinndemons@gmail.com

The e-mail address is already stated in the Post above, if you have missed it.

May Allaah’s Peace and Blessings be upon all of us.
Ameen.

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WOW!! Thank you so so much for the thorough, attentive & responsible way of you respond to my questions. There are things i want to add now (i promise it won’t be as long as the previous ones) but at the moment i can’t get into it. I will be writing you back as soon as i’m free to concentrate on this.

Just wanted to make sure to say thanks for now until i respond back.
God bless & thank you again….

I wonder what type of Muslim you are & what is your background in this subject..I found nothing really about you on this site.

I don’t expect an answer on this. I find your forum a little more professional & focused than others on this subject so I was just wondering about the background of the person behind it.

About my previous comment & question of..
” Your answer may be based on what Islam teaches… but let’s assume…that this man was speaking as a magician…” Would your answer still be the same ?? ”

* You answered that you do not understand this question & asked if i’d like to go through it again.

* I asked this question under the subject of (items with magic on them). You see, I’m not only trying to figure out if this person is a fraud Muslim (this is maybe 95% of my goal) but the other 5% is in trying to figure out if this person is also a complete fraud even by Magicians’ standards/rules.

* So, when i asked ” Would your answer still be the same ?? ”

* What i meant by it was.. “Would you say that a true Muslim could never say that an item’s magic can be transfered”..Or would you say ” BOTH a true Muslim AND a true Magician would never make this kind of claim”…

* By…”covenant/agreements/promise kept between the victim & the man of God ”

* Your response about it was focused on the covenant/promise between the Magician and the Jinn. But i was asking about the covenant between the Magician/Healer & the Victim.

* So let’s put it in the following example…( A victim of magic goes to a healer to be made free of the magic. The healer tells him/her it will cost you a certain amount of money & it needs to be paid by a certain date…The victim agrees. The healer gets to work on the supposed magic and then the victim (for whatever reason) decides he/she does not want to pay him the money agreed upon or maybe that he/she can not afford it. Then the healer threatens that the magic will never be removed now. Not because he admits that he stopped working on it or whatever but because he claims magic can only be completely gone/canceled if the victim honors the promise agreed upon from the beginning. The healer insists that these are the common rules of magic removal and there is no other way around this rule.)

* I was trying to ask if as far as you know for either a true Muslim or even for Magicians, is there a rules that says..”According to our rules, a magic can not be completely removed until the victim of this magic pays and honors his promise to the healer.

These were what i was asking :)

Thank you again for all your answers and God bless…

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“I wonder what type of Muslim you are & what is your background in this subject..I found nothing really about you on this site.”

I tend not to expose myself publicly on this website, for I do not wish to find free trouble. But since you asked; I am 22 years old and I am a Computer Programmer by profession. Being a graduate of Computer System Engineering, the reason I know so much about this topic is mere Curiosity. In the early days, I would surf the web for details on this topic but I would find very little information, that too without any reference. Most of the articles would even contradict each other. But Now, All praise is to Allaah, I have learned a lot through my experience in the past few years. And I just felt the need to start a blog relating to Jinn, since there is no such information on the internet that speaks of the Required detail, ‘of such an amazing creation of Allah.’ Since I started this blog, I felt the need to learn even more to have people answered and that lead me deeper into this subject. My Life-time experience are not brief to describe here at this time. However, I am a Muslim, and I consider the different schools of thought as mere stubbornness of some Students of the Leading scholars. Most people are Muslims ONLY because their parents are Muslims. They would consider themselves as part of a specific school of thought yet they do not know the teachings of that type. It is a long debate and we can talk about it if you are interested in Islam.

Throughout my study about this topic, I researched for all the traditions and teachings followed by people in Islam and most of the other common religions. Basically, Magic has infiltrated our religion to a vast extent. These so called Men of God, help people through Jinn and claim it to be the help from God Himself. This way they gain the people’s trust and today, people actually bow towards these men of god instead of bowing towards Allaah for help in their prayers. This is Shirk (Worst Sin). Most people do not realize this due to the lack of knowledge and the True teachings of Islam. It is to such an extent that the true teaching may sometimes fall on deaf ears. Hence I believe the information on this blog can easily elaborate all of this corruption.

I also find this topic to be of great importance in today’s world. Science cannot prove God, but can they prove Jinn? A subject that is neither Theory nor imagination, but a Fact. Science failing to explain a phenomenon does NOT mean that the subject is Fake, but that Science is yet Weak. I believe, if you show an atheist a Jinn, manifesting itself in different forms and moving objects around Live, there is a huge chance of him reverting towards religion. Because at that time the science which he considered Superior to Religion – Fails; and he might eventually ask himself – “if he cannot see anything yet he confirms their existence, Hence there can be a God for this world and everything in it are His signs and proof of his existence.”

All praise is to Allaah, people have converted to Islam just by reading through this blog just because it answered the major questions and doubts in the people’s mind. Like – Exorcism, Jinn possession and Jinn manifestation into Physical forms and many other Real-life experiences that yearned for an answer. May Allaah’s Peace and blessings be upon All of them. I seek to promote this website somehow but it is still young and I hope it grows fast enough so that one day, anyone who searches for the keyword ‘Jinn’ – may see this website on the first page. God Willingly.

I think I got off the topic here but I will come to your questions now:
“* So let’s put it in the following example…( A victim of magic goes to a healer to be made free of the magic. The healer tells him/her it will cost you a certain amount of money & it needs to be paid by a certain date…The victim agrees. The healer gets to work on the supposed magic and then the victim….”

This is an absolute Lie. There is no such thing as a covenant between a healer and the patient – but there could be one between a MAGICIAN and a client/victim. There are no rules set in the true method of Healing with the recitation of Quran. The sooner the patient is brought, the better it is for the patient. It does not bother or affect the Healer at all.

“* I was trying to ask if as far as you know for either a true Muslim or even for Magicians, is there a rules that says..”According to our rules, a magic cannot be completely removed until the victim of this magic pays and honors his promise to the healer.”

Not at all, If the person has said this then obviously he sees your friend caught in his trap. Now that the person feels that he has the upper hand, he can force your friend to pay for the cost or get killed by the Magic (as he speaks).

I am glad to have helped. Keep your questions coming.

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